Roscoe's sister brings her two boys over to his office -- he's a doctor in this one, with a nice beard, and a manner like Ford Sterling -- while she goes out shopping. He doesn't like them and they don't like him and spend a lot of time and effort in ruining his practice.
In many ways this looks like it was intended as a sort of 'Katenzjammer Kids' movie, but our sympathy is all on Roscoe's side -- ill-natured and sour as he is, the boys intend to make his life miserable from beginning to end. It is interesting to see Roscoe playing a character so far from his usual amiable self But the total effect of this movie is not worth it -- the gags aren't particularly funny, alas.
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