Rush tells about his rugged day of sports with the guys in Tapman’s vacant lot, but Sade has more pressing plans. She has extended herself on a social matter. A young couple she barely knows, and keeps getting names wrong, has come to her attention. Social obligations are her thing, and sacrificing family convenience on that altar is of highest importance to her. Vic arrives and learns how the couple are stranded in town, married for only a few days, and of Sade’s expectations for him and Rush to lay out the red carpet for them. All it takes is a little guilt trip and emotional display from Sade to twist Vic’s arm. Uncle Fletcher arrives, and is excited over his own news. There has been a bank robbery, and the man and woman responsible are still on the loose. Of course, he’s certain the young honeymooners are actually the desperados on the run.
Mr and Mrs Gibbers pour forth with public displays of affection. A thing that drives Fletcher up the wall, but you have to admit that the amorous Albert is a little over the top. As Hazel and Sade compare notes on their loose family connection, it slowly becomes apparent that they are not only not related, but are total strangers. The horrified Sade begins to think she has done an unforgiveable social faux pa to open her doors. Is Fletcher right? Emotions explode with suspicions.
After the explosion of suspicions, things settle down. Suddenly a chance mention of someone from back home sparks a memory with Fletcher, and though Sade is still in a troubled state over her mistake, a family connection is made. After all these years of listening to his littany of crazy people, places, names, and situations, Fletcher’s knowledge of people pays off. Young Mr and Mrs Gibbens are related to his landlady. Now all is returned to normal, and they’re not strangers anymore.