Audio is a little muffled, but OK.
Molly gets confused as Fibber reads to her from a Western novel about cowboys and gunslingers. The old West is in Fibber’s blood as he continues the picturesque, if not confusing speech about ponies, tarantulas, wood fires, and more. Teeny arrives to get an ear full of Fibber telling how he was once known as Panamint McGee. Billy Mills has his song snipped from the recording.
Bringing in the kindling wood, Fibber begins building a fire for the fire place. Mr Wellington enters to learn about Fibber’s cowboy urge to build a fire. Harlowe Wilcox pops in, and the cowboy lingo leads up to the commercial, but it gets cut, due to the snips from AFRS. The extra time is filled in with an extra song. The Kingsmen sing, Surrey With the Fringe on Top.
Molly thinks the damper in the chimney needs adjusted to keep the smoke out of the house, when Alice Darling pops in. They all get confused over the pop corn popper. Eddie Cantor makes a special visit. He slips right into the Western lingo, jokes, and tries to leave through the hall closet. The Kingsmen sing, Polka Dot Polka.
The smoke problem is getting worse when Beulah enters. She needs instructions from Molly about her upcoming ladies party. Doc Gamble enters the smoke filled room to enjoy the fire.
The insults don’t get far, in between all the coughing, there isn’t much to say.
With still more time from the earlier snips, Billy Mills plays, The Karaoke.