Typical Lewis fare finds him a poodle sitter in love with St. John. Her well-to-do mother, Moorehead, disapproves of St. John's beau and, determined to break up the romance, hires Lewis to work in her department store. Despite the impossible requests of Walston, the store manager, Lewis
manages to do an admirable job in his own slapstick manner, and becomes buddies with St. John's dad, McGiver. Moorehead fires him but henpecked McGiver stands up and tells her off. The family is reunited in apologizing to Lewis and, happy at last, the two lovebirds walk their poodles accompanied
by St. John's parents. Under director Frank Tashlin's steady hand, this proved to be a f...