The mail has arrived, and Fibber has a letter from his bank. This time they have gone too far, and Fibber thinks he has good reason to bring up legal action. Wallace Wimple visits to tell about why he doesn’t trust banks. Billy Mills plays, My Sugar Is So Refined.
As Fibber plans to burn up the phone lines to his bank, Doc Gamble visits, but the topic switches to FiFi Tremaine. What scandal will Fibber instigate about the girl who plays on the affections of both Doc, and Mayor Latrivia? Will Harlowe Wilcox lend a sympathetic ear to Fibber’s trouble with his bank? Nah, he instead waxes poetic about the sponsor. Mayor Latrivia pops in, and Fibber continues to spread more rumor about how FiFi is playing favorites with the other man. Will the mayor fall for it? Instead, the McGees think he’s going to steal an irmine fur for his gal. Get ready for another slow burn from the mayor as he tries to straighten out the mistaken McGee’s. The Kingsmen sing, The Coffee Song. (They’ve got a lot of coffee in Brazil).
Downtown, Fibber escorts Molly to the beauty shop and a visit with Elsie. How’s things going with her customers? In the bank, Fibber gets his chance to confront Mr MacDonald face to face. There’s definitly an oversight, but not the way Fibber thought.
PS: Say it ain’t so, did Fibber squeeze in a joke with sexual innuendo? What did he mean about men his age being in the mood? Hmm…