A package arrives for Molly. At first Molly thinks it’s from Fibber, but the name on the tag is Ralph. Uncle Dennis arrives to learn of the romantic situation. Will he be any help if figuring out who Ralph is? He gets confused over ostriches, operas, and more. Fibber’s jealousy over the secret admirer leads to a chat with Mirt the phone operator. She seems to have a heroic, politician of a relative. Billy Mills plays, That’s Swell.
As Molly revels in her flowers, Alice Darling enters to share in the admiration. Does Alice know who Ralph is? She shares a poem about flowers. Harlowe enters, inspired to send his own wife a bouquet. Does harlowe know Ralph? He delivers the commercial while he tells all about it.
Fibber fumes, and Molly disappears for water for the flowers, when Teeny enters. She learns how Fibber was raised with the Sioux indians. Does she believe his tales of the old West? Does she know something about Ralph? The Kingsmen sing, Don’t Touch It.
Molly sports a new look to go with her new flowers. Doc Gamble visits to learn about the jealousy that has Fibber burning. Doc has the answer to who Ralph is, but spends some time enjoying Fibbers frustration.