A long lost cousin is to come for a visit. Salvvador is a famous artist, with work in a National Museum, at least according to Fibber. He and Molly seem to have conflicting memories on good old cousin Salvador. Is he an upright guy, or a bum? Inspired, Fibber has been working on his own masterpiece painting. Wallace Wimple pops in with a word about his own artistic venture. What? A new hobby other than swwapping torments with hids wife, Sweetie Face? Billy Mills plays, Bajia.
It’s time for Docc Gamble to make fun of Fibbers new hobby. What will the good doctor have to say about the impressionistic paintings that Fibber has been cranking out at the rate of 7 per hour? Milliscent Carstairs enters to join the string of Wistful Vista art criticds. Who cares how good the paintings look, Fibbers names for his creations are inventive enough for me.
Teeny visits, but avoids offering her opinion on the art by asking to be told a story. Fibber tells her one about kangaroos. The Kingsmen sing, the Blue Tail Fly.
Mayor Latrivia visits, but has trouble making sense of Fibber and his work. Fibber gets confused over what the mayor is telling the McGees about his sister, Muriel. Salvadore finally shows up to tell about his painting. Here’s a hint. It’s not what Fibber romantisized about.