Molly is a little apprehensive when Fibber has pulled out his old chemistry set. What’s he hope to do with it? He has concerns that the city water supply is unsafe. Mayor Latrivia is less concerned over Fibber’s fears, than in hering what Doc Gamble is doing with his girlfriend. Billy Mills plays, and the Kingsmen sing, Give Me Five Minutes More.
Doc Gamble enters to get an earful about Fibber’s concerns over the unsafe water. Can he convince Fibber that the microbes he saw under his microscope are harmless? Listen to get a glimpse of the growing three way love affair with FiFi Tremain, and the other man, Mayor Latrivia.
Refusing to drink the water, Fibber becomes increasingly dehydrated, and desperate for a drink. Elsie from the beauty salon visits, but tells how she got started in her line of work, and some of the nasty faces she has to deal with on a daily basis. The Kingsmen sing, It’s a Pity to Say Goodnight.
Wallace Wimple talks about his big old wife, Sweetie Face, and how she takes his bathwater. He also tells about her latest incident that calls for her to be in a cast. Will Fibber ever get a glass of water to drink? Teeny pops in, and tells her own story of how dangerous water can be. She also reveals a secret about Fibbers germs that he thought he saw in the water.