Moaning about his bad luck, Fibber tells about all that went wrong for him today. Molly hears it all, from pajama troubles, to his fountain pen, the news paper, and more. Using her feminine wiles, she calms Fibber’s savage beast. Will he make good on turning over a new leaf? With all the apologizing going on, Alice Darlin has to apologize to Fibber. Will the use of his razor to shave coconuts rile him up again? After sharing a punny moment of survival by a soldier friend, Billy Mills plays, Parade of the Wooden Soldiers.
The bad news keeps coming for Fibber. Even Beulah has done things to try the limits of Fibber’s explosive temper. What about Harlowe Wilcox? Will his word from the sponsor get under Fibber’s skin? Though Beulah gets to talk to the McGee’s directly, the news is still the kind to try Fibber’s patience.
The Kingsmen sing, Accentuate the Positive. Discussion of closing horse race tracks brings a moment of humor, but leads to more bad news from Molly. Doc Gamble arrives, and is surprised over the nice treatment that Fibber gives him. Will the insults from doc push Fibber over the edge, and fire up a new string of temper fueled insults?
To wrap up the short show, with commercials removed for the AFRS, the Kingsmen sing, Singing Down the Road.