Fibber grumbles as he goes over his bank statement. Molly wonders what has him so upset. As Fibber fights with the figures, the doorbell rings to allow Orvil Drake into the home. How does he know Fibber? Money was owed, and now he’s repaying the debt. Orvil is also a mining engineer. Fibber makes predictions about the expanded airlines after the war is over. After Orvil clashes with the hall closet, Billy Mills plays, Dance With a Dolly.
Alice Darling enters to meet Mr Drake, and tells why she’s upset over being stood up. Will they all be invited to New York to be guests of Orvil? After a bit of word confusion, Harlowe Wilcox arrives to deliver the sponsor message.
Teeny arrives, but has a personal problem dealing with Willie Tookes, to share with her older friend. She needs money to cover a broken garage window. The Kingsmen sing, Baia Ya.
The McGee’s are impressed with the good manners of their guest at dinner. Beulah arrives to be complimented on her skills in the kitchen. She talks about Navy Day being on Friday, and some of the heroics the Navy is doing in the war effort.
Doc Gamble pops in, and the shortage of doctors who have left to serve in the military has those still in civilian life over worked. After some verbal sparring, Fibber comes to realize something about their hospitable visitor.