Ever since seeing Ronald Coleman in a movie recently, Fibber has developed a British accent. To top off the affect, he also grew a mustache. The Old Timer pops in with a home remedy his grandma used to heal anything from scrapes to missing limbs. Mayor Latrivia is next to visit, but will he notice the new mustache? The mayor tells that he just bought the Gildersleeve place, and wants to know about the troublesome neighbor. Martha Tilton sings, Kiss the Boy Goodbye.
Adding to his new look, Fibber has even Removed the crystal from his watch to use as a monocle. A deliveryman drops off some new clothes to keep the look going. spats, yellow gloves, but where’s the purple smoking jacket? Harlowe Wilcox enters to learn about the new look. He may not notice the new mustache, but he has enough to spin into a sponsor message.
Teeny arrives with news of getting to go see Santa Claus. Does she get all the things she asks from Santa? She blames it on his secretary. Proud of his new fashions, Fibber brags about being Mill Dude McGee. The Kingsmen sing, Rosey O’Day.
Abigail Uppington barely recognizes Fibber in his new look. But will she notice the new mustache? She has her own trouble in the new city parking lots.
Trying to see where his smoking jacket is, Fibber gets Mirt on the phone, and finds out about a relative who got stuck in a revolving door. The Old Timer returns with another of his grandma’s concoctions. Will any of the remedies help the mustache grow?