Taking a break from reading the funny papers, Fibber reads an article on positive thinking, and being happy all the time. He laughs his way through the sales pitch of the girl selling magazines at the door. Will the positive attitude work to cheer up the Old Timer? He’s having woman troubles with his girlfriend Bessie. Billy Mills plays a peppy dance tune.
Fibber has his happiness challenged when Abigail Uppington arrives at the door. Fibber spreads his cheer, and even Harlowe Wilcox is down in the dumps. The pitch for the sponsor barely picks him up.
As Molly leaves the scene, Teeny pops in, but the tiny tot isn’t having any of Fibbers sweet talk. The Kingsmen sing, MacNamara’s Band.
Tired of seeing his sick patients, Doc Gamble pops in to get a dose of Fibber’s frivolity. Will the jaded doctor get a pick me up?
Who is Hefflefinger, and why can’t Fibber place the name that has been popping up through the show? It won’t ruin his mood will it?