Hair is the topic of the day, and we find Fibber in a barber shop, with a heavily accented barber who serves him. Is six bits (75 cents) too much to ask to wash a guys hair? The highway robbery is enough to send Fibber storming out to tend to his own hygiene. What will Molly and Alice think about the high price at the barbershop. The ladies pay more than that on their hairdos. The girls switch the topic to zodiac signs. Is Fibber affected by the signs in the stars? Billy Mills plays, Fascinating Rhythm.
Complaints about having to take turns with the bathroom, and supply of hot water is an issue. Beulah enters to get in her two cents on hair care. The ladies think the prices at the barbershop are reasonable. But is there new competition for the hot water? On the phone, Fibber learns that Mirt the phone operator has a Brother who dropped 1500 feet out of… a what? Harlowe Wilcox enters to hear of the hot water dilemma, and sell some of the sponsor’s product.
Is the water hot again? Doc Gamble visits, feeling worn down after a busy day of seeing patients. Will Molly and Fibber feel sorry for his plight? The Kingsmen sing, the Whistle Song.
The much refreshed doc learns more about Fibbers frustrations at losing out with the battle of hot water. Is there any hope of making amends? Will Fibbers diligence turn round to sabotage himself?