Hanging a sign for the new law office,, Lum directs as Abner pounds nails. Doesn’t Lum need a college degree to practice law? Abner thinks he’s biting off too much, when Lum already has a store and a movie theater to run.
How does Lum plan to go after the charges brought up on his own horse? He tries to talk Mrs Philips out of the charges, but he has already been too convincing in selling her on the idea.
Enlisting Abner’s help, will he be able to give a good character reference for Lum, without giving away who the real owner of the horse is?Will the client settle for having her costs covered?