Last week Fibbers house guests were quarrantined. A week later temperaments are less than delicate. Gildersleeve tries to leave, but faces off with Fibbers Closet. Fibber and Molly try to remember what the doctor told them on an earlier phone call. Molly gets upset when she learns a poker game has been going on in the basement. Fibber checks on the sick Teeny to tell her a story. Everything he tells reminds her that she’s hungry. It’s amazing how many stories there are about food. Billy Mills plays.
Fibber tries to remind Nick Depopollos why he has to stay locked up under quarrantine. Gildersleeve returns to have words with Fibber, in a hateful, yet chummy sort of way. They check on Molly’s progress in breaking up the poker game. She does… by winning everybody’s money. All their friends are eager to know what the doctor had said, even Boomer is ready to leave, since he missed an important meeting. The Kingsmen sing, A Tavern in the Town.
When even the well mannered Abigail Uppington complains, the gang demands to be let go. Fibber phones the health department, but gets Mirt instead. Gildersleeve uncovers the truth about the quarrantine, and the gang are all ree at last. Whew! it all sounds like a big mess, but so much more funny to listen to.