To help with improving etiquette for the coming out party, Lum wants the Golden Era Discussion Club to make it the topic for the meeting. Lum is sure the socialites from St Louis will all be down, to see his party, and peeking in his windows, to get pointers.
The gents have all gathered, and the meeting is called to order. Striving for a higher type of ignorance for Pine Ridge, Lum tries to talk about etiquette without giving away his party plans. He reads off scenarios of social flux pas, and the club is to say what’s wrong.
The situations with pretend people in them soon are confused for names Abner knows. How does it degrade to a party full of thieves and pick pockets? Will there be a posse sent on the trail of an unsuspecting victim?