When showing a woman customer some ranch property, real estate agent John Weems's car is disabled by a terrible storm, and he and his client are forced to take refuge in a roadhouse. Weems's wife Constance finds out about her husband's adventure and, bored with her marriage, determines to file for divorce. Constance calls upon Reginald Jay to testify about the roadhouse incident, and Jay, reluctant to testify, feigns illness and is hospitalized, promptly falling in love with one of his nurses. After several comic incidents involving Jay's attempts to convince the doctors of his malaise, Constance is reconciled with her husband and Jay wins the love of his nurse.
With Bebe Daniels as the Nurse OH BOY! LET'S ALL BE SICK! (Print Ad- Nevada Daily Mail, ((Nevada, Mo.)) 21 January 1921)
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It was based on a 1918 Broadway stage play Sick-a-bed by Ethel Watts Mumford starring Mary Boland. The spelling of the movie varies from the spelling of the play. See more