Audio is clear of static and noises but is somewhat muffled.
Today Molly is in charge as she tries to get Fibber to handle household chores. She deals with marketing over the phone, pollsters at the door, and a visit from Wallace Wimple. He’ll type up a copy of his latest poem for Molly… right after he gets it out of the closet. The soft spoken, henpecked man tells about his latest dangers of being married to his big old wife, Sweetie Face, then Billy Mills plays a peppy dance tune.
Digging through the junk from the closet, Fibber gets distracted by long forgotten toys. The wordplay and fun is interrupted by a visit from the Old Timer. Advances with the closet take a set back when the old gent opens the door. The clean up continues as Harlowe Wilcox visits.
Fibber insists on cleaning the closet himself, and Molly goes to do her usual housework. Teeny visits, and she drops her troubles at Fibbers feet, claiming he’s her dad, and getting him in trouble after climbing a telephone pole. The Kingsmen sing, Bye Bye Baby.
When Molly returns, she’s thrilled to see all the junk picked up, and the closet cleaned out. A heavily accented Senora pops in to put a new spin on the misunderstandings, and rapid fire word play. Molly wants to reward her hard working hubby, but instead, she gets rewarded by discovering where all the junk from the closet went.