Having a need to write a letter for the Elks Club, Fibber discovers his fountain pen is missing. Old Timer visits and tells about his old Vaudeville act, and jokes about seeing a doctor. Molly suggests that the pen was left in a suit that was taken to the cleaners. Before the McGee’s can head out, Teeny visits. After being bribed into a story, Fibber tells a tale about Myrtle the Turtle. Billy Mills plays, Three Little Words.
Doc Gamble enters to learn about the missing fountain pen, teases Fibber about being in Vaudeville, and sets up a joke about the Elks club meeting.
Still not out the door yet, Millicent Carstairs visits to tell about the dry cleaners. Can Fibber trust the cleaners with his valuable pen? Mrs Carstairs also tells a little about the dog show her pet is in. The Kingsmen sing, Onsie Twosie.
Walking down town, Wallace Wimple tells about his poetic side. Fibber finally arrives at the dry cleaners and confronts the clerk there. Will his raging get results, or a poke in the nose from the clerk? Fibber manages to find his pen, but not where he expected.
PS: The dry cleaner is played by Arthr Q Brian, and his assistant is Bea Benaderet.