Brinsley Shaw and his wife, Evelyn Selbie, find Broncho Billy Anderson collapsed outside their home. They bring him inside, fetch a doctor and nurse him back to health, earning Broncho Billy's gratitude. Later, an old boyfriend barges into the place and kisses Miss Selbie; Shaw shoots him. When the sheriff comes and arrests Shaw, Miss Selbie seeks out Broncho Billy for help.
It's apparent that the kiss forced upon Miss Selbie was intended to be more and the film makers and their audience knew this. That would account for the extreme, melodramatic manner in which the couple behave, leading to a humorous handling of the situation by the low-minded but decent Broncho Billy. This varying tone makes this movie quite watchable.
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