While the McGees wait for the bus, Wallace Wimple comes along. He tells about a mishap his big fat wife, Sweetie Face had with a bus. Just as Molly is ready to give up on the bus, and walk home, the bus arrives. Why won’t the driver let them ride? Billy Mills plays, On the Other End of a Kiss.
Fibber makes a scene with the bus driver over the refusald a ride, and police officer Mahooney has to deal with it. Consulting his book of charges, Mulhooney tries to see what he can haul Fibber in for as an infraction of the law. Will Harlowe Wilcox bring some relief to the freedom fighting Fibber? The cops have returned, and Doc Gamble is on hand to provide medical attention for anyone who might be injured. He may not offer much in the way of help for Fibber’s argument with the bus driver though. As the situation heats up the Kingsmen sing a medley of, Zippity Doo Dah and Sooner or Later.
The argument rages on, and it takes a visit from the Mayor to try and settle the matter. Listening to both sides, mayor Latrivia decides the case with a session of court held on the spot. Still Fibber discovers a small detail that changes everything.