Going into flashback mode, Fibber dreams of his life if he had become a doctor. Would he have invented a cure to a tragic disease? Would he have become a professor? With his amazing intellect, will he help Molly with her crossword puzzle? He next dreams about his life as a great musician. Molly is the bobby sockser president of his fan club. Crazy dadio.
What other career might Fibber have done? Maybe an author. Would he need to grow a beard for that one, while he writes his great American novel? Molly learns what started his imagination, and about Fibber’s lost career as a General. If only he had stayed in the Army. The visionary soldier would rather cultivate horses, than rockets for use in the military.
Still not satisfied, Fibber sees himself as a noteworthy psychologist. What kind of advice might he offer to his patient, Molly? Will she get her emotions under control?