Recovering, and feeling spry, Fibber is talkative and eager to tell people about his health. Interruptions begin when Alice Darling enters to check on her calls and mail. She hears about his ordeal with the nurses, until he has to take his temperature. Billy Mills plays, Speak Low.
Fibber’s hospital story is cut short once again when Mr Wellington the manager from the theater, visits. He tells how the folks at the Elks club passed the hat for him. The manager rushes out for his own appointment at the nursery. When Harlowe Wilcox arrives, he turns one of Fibbers jokes against him and spins the hospital theme into the sponsor message.
More stories pour forth of how helpful Fibber was in translating Spanish for the nurses. Doc Gamble arrives, and gets a report on how good a patient that Fibber was. The life of the 4th floor, and the witty, comic prankster type. The Kingsmen sing, San Fernando Valley.
Having a busy day of crosswords and more, Fibber chats with Mirt the phone operator. He learns about a mix up with her relative, but she can’t connect him to Kraemer’s drugstore, or stay on the line to hear about his hospital stay. Beulah enters to report on how she’s settling in with the kitchen work. She hasn’t been sick a day in her life, and listens to Fibber finally tell why his experience with the nurse was so frightening.