Those nutty nomads are back, and with a generous musical mix, they have a few car troubles. The fast talking Fibber spins yarns as Harlow Wilcox acts as his straight man, and Molly gets in her own jabs to keep Fibber humgle. Jokes about those high gas prices of 16 cents get some patriotic laughs.
Being the underpaid actors they are, Molly keeps a close eye on their funds, while Fibber tries to hide his splurge over spending his money on a hot dog. His tall tales continue as car troubles and travelling jokes grow.
Jokes on aging lead to the McGees singing one of their early novelty songs.