His monthly bank statement has arrived, and it has Fibber fuming over errors in his account. Though he isn’t prone to swearing, it doesn’t mean Fibber’s language isn’t colorful. As he winds down, Alice Darling enters to tell about liquid stocking, a product to deal with shortages of the real thing, and learns what she might get for Fibber for Christmas. Doc Gamble pops in with his dose of gripes, and insults for Fibber. The gents bemoan a lack of cigarettes, and other items. Just how much is Doc’s bill? It might change Fibber’s attitude toward the medical man. Billy Mills plays, Strong Again.
As a favor to doc, Fibber decides to hunt down a pack of cigarettes for him, but talks to Mirt the phone operator about her young relative. Maybe being on a quiz show, where cigarettes are the prize will boost Fibber’s ego as well. Beulah is called on to postpone dinner arrangements. What will she think of the McGee’s being on a quiz show?
As Molly puts on her face, Teeny visits. She tells about her daddy being on the radio once. Will Fibber keep up with her warm up questions? After working out her homework assignment for her, Fibber and Molly head to the station to hear Harlowe Wilcox get his commercial ready for the air.
The Kingsmen sing, Tu Rah Lu Ra Lu. Under pressure of the moment, Fibbers confidence wanes, despite a bit of subtle hinting from the show emcee. The pressure is on for even the other contestant, and Fibber manages to answer his final question. Will his grand prize score him those much coveted cigarettes?