Molly has something new to deal with at home, Fibber is bursting with energy and motivation. Chores around the house are falling prey to his new found pep? What’s the secret of his vigor and untapped energy? After reading a book, Fibber is existing on 4 hours of sleep. Doc Gamble visits to hear about this latest fad in healthy living. Doc has a near miss with the hall closet, but with his burst of energy, Fibber has already cleaned it out. Billy Mills plays, The Maple Leaf Rag.
Fibber gets a few word definitions mixed up, but Molly sets him straight. Lena the maid pops in to tell how she used to be a singer of novelty songs. Harlowe Wilcox gets an earful of Mcgee’s plan to share his pent up energy with the boys at the lodge.
Wallace Wimple visits to talk about that run down feeling his big old wife Sweetie Face gives him. Will he find respite in his bird books? The Kingsmen sing, That’s What Uncle Remus Says.
Still pinging off the walls, Fibber tells Mayor Latrivia about his book. No slow burns today, but Fibber races off for an all night discussion group at the Elks lodge. How will he be recieved? Will he win new converts to his new found gospel of energy? Let’s just say that a crash is sure to come.