A topic ripe for argument is aunt Sarah. Is she as sweet and lovable as Molly claims, or as horrible and unspeakable as Fibber says? The door bell finds a delivery from the female mail carrier, or baguette, as Fibber calls her. Will the gift in the box prove Molly’s generous thought of her aunt, or Fibber’s view of her stinginess? Billy Mills and the orchestra play, Karaoke.
The McGee’s marvel over the diamond stick pin that was delivered. What will Alice Darling think of the gift, or of aunt Sarah? What does the young airplane worker know about jewelry, and where little pearls come from? V-mail is all the rage in sending letters overseas for only 3 cents, instead of the 8 cent airmail rate for coast to coast delivery. Harlowe Wilcox pops in to find out about the diamond.
Before the McGee’s leave to have their diamond appraised and insured, the show the glittery gem off to housekeeper, Beulah. What’s the latest about her boyfriend, Ira, and his financial endeavors? The Kingsmen sing, Don’t Fence Me In.
Downtown, the McGee’s meet up with Doc Gamble where the verbal sparring includes each others weight, eating habits, and physical condition. Is doc impressed by the diamond? Harlowe plays a double role as the appraiser, a relative of Harlowe, who examines the stick pin. What’s the final verdict on its worth? Lets just say Fibber’s original opinion of aunt Sarah is restored.