Fibber sits at his desk, in hopes his handwriting sample will prove to send him on a new, and successful career. Boomer enters with his own plan… if he can only remember where he put it. Amazing how the contents of his pockets resemble the shopping list for a scavenger hunt. Donald Novas sings, A New Moon.
Abigail Uppington visits with her outlook on occupations as Fibber slips in a joke about her age. Can Fibber expect to uphold his career choice in the art of show biz, or will the handwriting analysis indicate he’s due for a career change?
Harlow sets things in an Egyptian flavored mood as he pitches the sponsor. The Old Timer pops in, and delivers a joke about revenuers and stills. Fibber gets his handwriting analysis back, and he learns where his true aptitude lies. Read the title. The Four Notes sing, When You and I Were Young.
Fibber makes it to the athletic club, also known as a gym. Mel Blanc is a hiccupping coach. Teenie tells how her dad is the best in the wrestling racket. Bookmatch McGee brags on his athletic past. The big moment arrives, and we learn just how well Fibber does in his new career choice.
PS: Can it be? Fibber tells a dirty joke on the air? Relax, it’s one of those family friendly kind of dirty jokes. Don’t believe me? Listen and learn.