Its the kind of day where it would be good to be outside. Join the McGee’s as Molly tries to convince Fibber to take a walk. Abigail Uppington enters to prevent
Fibber from his exercise. Uppie is walking on air after being elected president of her ladies club. The club has to do with tracing genealogies back to the Mayflower, and it gets Fibber interested into digging into his own roots. As Fibber fights it out with the hall closet, Billy Mills plays, I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo.
The old Timer visits with a unique request. He wants to stay healthy by eating grass. He also shares a joke about driving too fast. Will Fibber’s family hold up to Uppie’s? First a little chat with Mirt the phone operator who brings up a misunderstanding about a lady with a tattoo on her chest. Harlowe Wilcox visits to put a spin on the genealogy topic to sell the sponsor product.
As Fibber takes a walk in search of his roots, the Kinsmen sing, It Ain’t necessarily So Back home, Molly is eager to hear what Fibber learned at the library about his family tree. Wallace Wimple tells about winning a contest by sending in boxtops. He shares a poem with a wartime sentiment, and the latest about his big old wife, Sweetie Face.
Mayor Latrivia enters and gets confused over a blind horse. This time its the McGee’s turn to get a little flustered. Will McG be offered a job? There’s just one problem, and it involves his genealogy.