Lovers in the park may cuddle, but will Mel take Betty’s suggestions to heart, and act on them? Rather than cuddling closer, the two grow apart. When he hears of the seperation in the engagement, Mr Colby is extatic. Mel will have to look to his assistant, Zookie to help patch things up with Betty. He can be trusted with Betty, can’t he? Hartley Benson visits Mel. With all the bragging Hartley does about women, will he have some advice to win Betty back? Not if he also has a date with Betty.
Victor Miller and his Orchestra play, I Believe. As Mel tries to get his own dates to make Betty jealous, Mr Cushing pops into the fix it shop. What pragmatic marriage advice will the Mighty Potentate offer to Mel? Gad! Wat a temptation he has to bump off his wife. Still, Cushing advises Mel on doing some play acting to pick up girls.
After her exploration of other men, Betty has come to determine that there’s nobody who can take the place of her sweetie, Mel. The characters that Mel has lined up to bowl her over is already in motion, and can’t be stopped. Colby sees through his act, but will Betty? When the young lovers return to their park benches to snuggle, will Mel finally get romantic, and do the same with Betty?