Audio is a touch scratchy, but OK. Wanting to be included among the big names in inventions, Fibber is wrapped up in his latest scheme. Wallace Wimple pops in to learn about Fibber’s ground breaking idea on airplanes. Billy Mills and the band play, the Anniversary Song.
Molly comments on the model airplane that Fibber is working on. Will she under the engineering terms Fibber uses to explain his theories? For that matter does Fibber?
Doc Gamble visits for his dose of insults, at least until a medical case calls him away. The flying theme flavors Harlowe Wilcox’s commercial as he drops in. and learns how Fibber’s idea has just made aircraft as we know them obsolete.
Lena is a woman from a large family, but who sent her to visit the McGee’s? What kind of work is she looking for? The Kingsmen sing, My Gal in Calico.
Fibber is ready for his big moment, but first Mayor Latrivia pops in. Will the mayor put his legal expertiwse to work to help Fibber with his avionic invention? Will Fibber solve the problem of flying at supersonic speed? At the mention at his involvement in the Catepillar club, Latrivia sets the stage for a moment of frustration, and slow burn.
The model plane is tested, and sets out in flight. Will Fibber have his moment of fame? Molly points out one little detail that he forgot about.