Henry has died at age 70, and finds himself checking in at the elegant office desk. He is sure that he should be in the place he has been told to go to often enough in his life, but he finds he doesn’t meet the requirements. Reviewing his life, he thells about being irresistible to women. As a young adult, Henry has his sights set only on one love interest. Too bad that Martha is to wed his cousin, Albert. Is there any chance of winning her over? I don’t think the stalking thing is going to work. It only makes him look like a mad man. Her resolve begins to crack, and Henry carries Martha out to elope.
Continuing his story with the devil, Henry fast forwards ten years later. Things aren’t so happy on the home front, and we find that Martha has left. Is she leaving to go back to the bland Albert? The misunderstanding is resolved, and more years are spent together.
Growing older, Henry is losing his appeal to the younger ladies, but his marriage to Martha keeps going. Will he have a reason to be jealous of Martha? The news turns out to be a medical condition that claimed her life in the next few months. Not wanting her hubby to worry, she lived her life to the fullest, making his good as well. At age 70, Henry finally slipped away, and here he is now. After hearing the whole story, the devil sends him away for the elevator going up.