As the McGee’s discuss the name of a good architect, Wallace Wimple visits. Who designed his house? He has a special room to keep his bird books in. Why does he love birdwatching so much? Billy Mills and the orchestra play, Rainy Night in Rio.
Mayor Latrivia enters to comment on the blueprints that sprawl across Fibber’s desk. His use of a Greek phrase about his college fraternity get the McGees confused, which leads to a moment of frustration from the mayor. Will Harlowe Wilcox have any pointers for Fibber on a good architect. What project does Fibber have in mind? Maybe they can get Frank Lloyd Wright to design a building for them, like the building where the sponsor is headquartered. Teeny visits, but doesn’t know about architects. She has a request about her schoolteacher. The Kingsmen sing, Rickety Rickshaw Man.
Fibber has gone as far as to borrow a library book on architecture, so he can improve his knowledge. Doc Gamble enters to bicker with Fibber over his new found knowledge. When the architect finally shows up, eavesdrop along with Molly and Doc to learn exactly what Fibber’s project is all about.