Molly is busy with cleaning house, but Fibber isn’t so motivated to get rid of the junk. Old Timer pops inwith a poem, a joke, and a telegram. What’s the important family news about? Molly has her own distraction with some old scented love letters that she finds. Did Fibber actually write all those gushy words>? The embarrassed Fibber hides in the hall closet after the expected avalanche of junk. The Kingsmen sing, Little Brown Jug.
Fibber is ready for some refreshment, but the reading of the love letters transitions into a visit, and commercial from Harlowe Wilcox. What kind of love letters does Harlowe get?
The McGees get confused over a series of words as Fibber complains over the love letters. On the phone, Fibber chats with Mirt about her little brother. Abigail Uppington knocks at the door with a matter of love concerning her little dog, FeeFee. Will she have anything to add when she hears a few lines of Molly’s old letters? Martha Tilton sings, Baiou Baio.
Wallace Wimple pops in with a word on his sentimental relationship to his big old wife, Sweetie Face. Or lack of it. Mayor Latrivia even enters for a quick word on the letters. Why has Molly and Fibber suddenly flipped sides on their ideas of the love letters? Will Fibber ever get his root beer?