As the McGee’s get ready for some Christmas shopping, the band plays, Laura, and Hharlowe Wilcox delivers the opening commercial. Join Fibber and Molly on the 14th floor of the Wistful Vista department store. Though Fibber has forgotten the shopping list, they do their best without it. Will Teeny get her new doll? Fibber resorts to his inner child as he tries out all the new toys on display, andshares puns and wisecracks for any who that will give him a chance. The Ricco Marccelli orchestra plays, and Kay Donna sings, Red Sails in the Sunset.
Fibber continues to cause trouble playing with drums, shooting arrows, and trying to lay a smoke screen of words to cover his track of destruction. Meanwhile, Harlowe returns for a sponsor break, and the band plays a mellow dance number.
Fibber moves on to the cigar department, by way of the perfume counter, spouting jokes along the way. He brags to the cigar salesman about being, Handsome McGee of the Havanna Cigar Trade. What tall tales might he tell about the tobacco and rubbr business? Checking out the shortwave radio sets, Fibber and Molly are treated to a few moments from the BBC in London. Taint funny Limey, says McGee.
Ricco Marccelli and the band play over the radio, My Lucky Star. The nosy Fibber just can’t keep out of trouble, but has he finally done something serious this time?