Waiting on pins and needles, Fibber anticipates an important delivery in the mail. It could change his life, make him rich, healthy, and smart. Does it have to do with investing in the stock market? The mail lady arrives, but all that seems to be there is news from Molly’s rich and miserly aunt. But wait… It’s the amazing, character foretelling system in the ancient art of horoscopes. Sounds complicated to me. Billy Mills plays an upbeat dance tune.
Molly takes a phone message from Stuffy Stilwell, a school chum of Fibbers. Who is Stuffy anyway? Fibbers horoscope studies don’t seem to shed much light on the topic. Harlowe Wilcox arrives to hear about the horoscope angle, then puts a slant on it to pitch the sponsor product. Who knew there was so much about horoscopes in selling wax!
Trying to track down his friend, Fibber first chats with Mirt the phone operator for a misunderstood word on her relative. Does Stuffy owe Fibber money? As Fibber contemplates that question, Teeny visits. What does the kid know about astrology? The Kingsmen sing, We Don’t Like It.
According to Fibbers horoscope, he needs to be nice to everybody. His patience is stretched when a visit from
Abigail Uppington waits for him. Will he appreciate her experiences in occult affairs? Will the mystery of Stuffy Stilwell be solved? Stuffy shows, played by Arthur Q Brian, the future voice of Doc Gamble. The horoscope is right, that a school friend would show up to repay a debt, but it isn’t what Fibber expects.