A phone call sets the theme of the day, when Molly learns her old flame Otis Cadwallader is to visit. Why doesn’t Fibber like that guy? It may run deeper than mere jealousy. As Molly spruces up, Teeny pops in, a nd the topic shifts to what her dad says about Fibber. Will there be some fighting words going down? Why are fire engines red? Listen to Teeny’s mathematical reason. Billy Mills plays You’re in the Army Mr Jones
The train that Otis is on won’t be stopping for long, and he won’t likely be visiting. Fibber still rants about the man anyway. Abigail Uppington pops in to get the butt end of some birthday jokes. Fibber gets some word definitions mixed up before Harlowe Wilcox visits with his sponsor message.
As Fibber continues his rant on why he doesn’t like Otis, the Old Timer visits with word about seeing Otis at the depot. He also tells a radio joke about his dad. The Kingsmen sing, Please Woncha Leave My Girl Alone.
Mayor Latrivia visits, and needs an opinion from Fibber on patriotic behavior, and the need to conserve. Fibber gets confused, thinking the mayor kicked a dog. The flustered mayor leaves, and Wallace Wimple enters. Will he go to the movies with the McGee’s? He would go, but this is Sweetie Face’s night to teach commandos how to fight dirty. Stay tuned to learn the truth behind why Fibber has bad feelings with Otis.