After an accident with a fishing rod, Fibber has to repair a broken window. Fortunately he has plenty of extra window panes on hand, I’m sure he’s going to need them. As he prepares the window putty, Doc Gamble pops in to tease fibber about his troubles. Can Fibber get back by remarking about FiFi Tremaine, the shared girlfriend between Doc and the mayor? Lena, the new maid is called in to help, but seems to be having truble with her garters instead. Has the singing maid ever used her talent in nightclubs? Billy Mills plays, It’s a Good Day.
Wallace Wimple enters just after the window pane is once again repaired. He tells about some of the birds he watches, a window he had to repair, and his big old wife Sweetie Face. All it takes is a slam of the door to make the glass fall out.
Harlowe Wilcox enters for some advertising, and door slamming.
Teeny visits to tell about her boy dog named Margret. The Kingsmen sing, Wyoming.
With the window repaired yet again, the mayor visits. As he talks about his old Navy uniform, the McGee’s get confused about an imagined drinking problem. The slow burn is followed by the smashing of the last window pane, and Lena is back with the secret that might have helped Fibber with his repair trouble.