Snub goes butterfly hunting in Grffith Park and catches Marie Mosquini by accident. They go to a café where all the men have a lot of hair on their faces and the usual mischief ensues. The plot was later re-used in the Laurel & Hardy classic, THE FIXER-UPPERS, but here it just results in one reel of the usual mayhem, decent enough for the pain-is-funny crowd, eked out with some nice extension of mistaken identities. 'Sunshine' Sammy Morrison has one of his typical scene-stealing outings, this time as a a youngster to whom Snub gives a baby he has been saddled with to watch. Eddie Boland, who shortly would begin his own, good series of comedies at Roach is on hand, as is studio regulars Noah Young.
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