Fibber is worried, and frantic as he explains to Molly how he stole a car. He has to do the right thing, and phone Mrs Uppington to tell her about it. A polite police woman knocks at the door, and in giving Fibber the benefit of the doubt, it only serves to drive his paranoid juices to a boil. Teeny pops inane it’s plain to her that he has a problem that’s eating away at him. Will he pour out his heart to a woman? Billy Mills plays a jumping tune.
At his lawyer’s office, Fibber and Molly can’t make sense of what he’s talking about. On the street they meet the Old Timer, who thinks that Johnny and daughter are on the way to the courthouse to get hitched. Will the old gent be a character witness for Fibber?
As Harlowe Wilcox makes his appearance for the usual sponsor message, Fibber still frets over who might be a witness for him.
Getting desperate for a good witness, Fibber pops into Doc Gamble’s office. Good thing Molly has the bill paid up, but there’s no chance of being a character witness when Doc is busy and has to run out to a house call. The Kingsmen sing, Coming In On A Wing and A Prayer.
Finally at the police station, Fibber braces himself to face up to his misdeeds. Will he get his story straight? Will Molly do better in sweet talking the cops? When Uppington shows up, the truth behind the trouble comes out.