Fibber is expecting some mail, and feels that the mail service is somehow holding out on him. He decides to write a letter of complaint. The McGee’s maid, Lena enters to tell about her absent husband as she finds a pencil for Fibber. Still in need of more, Fibber opens the closet. Billy Mills plays, Among My Souvenirs.
Molly tries to help Fibber with the meaning of various words as Wallace Wimple visits. He tells how his big old wife Sweetie Face runs his household, and he finds solace in his bird book. Harlowe Wilcox defends the postal service as he hears about Fibbers missing special delivery letter.
Mayor Latrivia talks about horse racing. When he says he’d like a cup of tea with relish, Molly and Fibber gets confused over the wrong kind of condiment to serve to him. The Kingsmen sing, Molly Put the Kettle On.
At the post office, Fibber is ready to chew out the postmaster, but first Doc Gamble gets an earful. Doc promotes the Easter Seals before Fibber enters to get satisfaction for his missing letter.