Comedian Billy Bevan was new to the U.S. when he starred in this L-Ko picture. It's obvious that the head of the production company, Henry Lehrman, had recently left the Keystone studios -- this silly story of domestic intrigue sounds like it's lifted practically whole from one of Mack Sennett's films. Lucille Lampen (Lucille Hutton) elopes with Billy Snookums (Bevan). When she calls with the happy news, her parents (Fred Starr and Fay Holderness) wind up having an argument and Mrs. Lampen angrily leaves the house. Lucille, meanwhile, has discovered her new hubby's womanizing past and decides to have a few flirtations herself. Mrs. Lampen is accosted by a certain Mr. Spifflegoofer (Phil Dunham, who also directed) and she seeks protection from Billy. Lucille, meanwhile, gets in trouble with a detective and winds up in a flirtation with Spifflegoofer. They head for a bite to eat, as do Mrs. Lampen and Billy and Mr. Lampen and Mrs. Spifflegoofer (Peggy Prevost). The mismatched couples all panic upon seeing each other at the same restaurant and their attempts to hide are interrupted by the detective. Introductions are finally made all around, and Spifflegoofer ends up in the cafe's fountain.