As Fibber takes a shower, Molly is talking with Abigail Uppington. Should she interupt the shower for Fibber to take a phone call? Molly takes a message, but her shorthand skills leave her without being able to read her own writing. Who is Jim, and what’s the deal with the urgent need to claim $50k? Can Fibber find Molly’s old shorthand book in the… hall closet?
Martha Tilton sings, Chin Ling Lo Swings High. The quest for someone to read shorthand leads to a visit from Teeny. What would Teeny do if she were in the same boat? Harlow Wilcox may not know shorthandm, but it makes an opening for a commercial.
Billy Mills can’t read shorthand, but tells what he did learn in school as he gets ready to play for the Kingsmen. They sing, Cowboy Serenade.
The McGee’s have hit the road, where they run into Wallace Wimple. The mild mannered man had to give up learning shorthand because his big old wife, Sweetie Face made him stop. Who else might they ask about shorthand? A store clerk, a librarian, how about the Old Timer? In the business college, the secret finally comes out.