Actually, incomplete due to having commercials and theme music cut, otherwise it’s all there.
Walter Denton approaches Miss Brooks with a problem. He and Harriot had been caught necking out on Outpost Road, but to avoid being identified after their narrow escape, they claimed to have loaned his jalopy to Miss Brooks and Mr Boynton. An interesting prospect for Connie, but she doesn’t want to be dragged into the mess. Connie only agrees to play along if Mr Boynton does. Amazingly, he does, and the two teachers plan to return to the scene of the crime for their own necking session.
There is just a snag, or two. Mr Conklin gets word of the escapade, and thinking it’s Walter and his daughter Harriot in the jalopy, he hides in the backseat to surprise them. More snags arise when Conklin finds out who is really in the front seat, and still more when strange turns of events finds Conklin in the front seat with Connie. It’s a set up just waiting for Mrs Conklin to be on the spot to catch them together.
Along the way, the jokes, and comic situations keep on coming. A wierd, convoluted ride you won’t want to miss.