Fibber has it in mind to be a cowboy, and brags to Molly about his uncle Sycamore’s ranch. Cattle rustlers, law men, and ranches that span across states. Will Molly have to do something about his exaggerations? Maybe a little kick for the tall tales? Alice Darling arrives to hear about the ranching, and get a phone message about dating someone from the airplane plant. Molly steps out, and Teeny visits. Teeny wonders why Molly is always gone when she gets here. Doesn’t she like little kids? How are Teeny’s grades at school? Billy Mills plays, I Get a Kick Out of You.
The tall tales, and kicks keep coming, when Mr Wellington visits to ear about the Summer ranch visit. Is Fibber as good a horseman as he makes himself out to be? Harlowe Wilcox gets in on the ranching theme to deliver the sponsor message.
How is Beulah set for a Summer vacation? Just plans to cook. She gets an ear full about the ranch plans, and learns about Fibber getting kicked for his fibs. The Kingsmen sing, Swinging onn A Star.
As Fibber goes to find a book on horses, Doc Gamble arrives, and is willing to join in the kicking reminders. Doc’s plans lean more towards golf, and asking to buy Fibbers boat. Will he manage to haggle for a good deal?