Word comes that a happy go lucky friend of Molly’s is coming to town. Though Fibber would rather not meet her, Molly flatters him by wanting to show him off to her. Wallace Wimple pops in to tell about his milkman, and his bird book. He also shares a poem about the housing shortage. Teeny visits to tell about her own school buddy, Willie Tukes, hubba hubba. Then Fibber tries to give her a lesson about rain. I don’t think she’s buying it. Billy Mills plays, Linda.
Fibber is all spiffed up, and just in time for Thelma to visit. The jovial woman whips out the old vaudevillian jokes, all to Fibber’s annoyance. What will Harlowe Wilcox think about the wisecracking woman?
Lena the maid brings out the refreshments, and tells Harlowe about her odd sinus condition. The Kingsmen sing, I Do Do Do Like You.
Doc Gamble and Mayor Latrivia have joined the tea party to get an earful of the fun loving Thelma. Fibber isn’t alone in his annoyance with the brash woman, and the old jokes keep on rolling. Thelma has to rush to meet her train, to the relief of all the polite gentlemen. However, Wallace Wimple knows a secret about the flamboyant visitor that he shares once she has left their lives for the day.