In Summerfield, the weather is a fine Spring day, and the family is outdoors in various activity. Marjorie is upstairs in the bathroom, giving a bath to Leroy’s pet pig. Tiger is the little critter that joined the family last episode, and has won the hearts of the family. Police Chief Gates stops in to deliver a complaint against the zoning ordinance of keeping pigs in town. I figured there would be trouble with that.
Can the family win the argument that Tiger is a pet, and not livestock? Will this go to court? Who could have raised the complaint? Gildy frets over the situation, and thinks Leila might sign a voucher for him to support Tiger. There’s just a problem, she’s on the outs with Gildy. This will be more difficult than Gildersleeves planned. Can he approach Judge Hooker about changeing the zoning ordinance?
Will there be a way to get rid of the pig without hurting Leroy’s feelings, or taking the pig to the butcher. What kind of advice can Peavey offer? Floyd the barber isn’t much help either. How will Gildy manage a happy, non violent solution to the piggy problem? Join in and get a laugh as our fickle hero deals with his problem.