Synopsis by Janiss Garza
The outskirts of Jacksonville, FL, do a fair imitation of the Spanish countryside in this Vim one-reel comedy featuring Oliver Hardy and Billy Ruge as Plump and Runt. Pop Dale (Bert Tracy) whisks his wife (Helen Gilmore) and daughters (Florence McLoughlin and Ray Godfrey) off on a trip to Spain. The girls' sweethearts, Plump and Runt, come chasing after them and make it onto the boat, much to Pop's frustration (one gets the idea that escaping the guys was the reason for the last minute sojourn in the first place). While sightseeing, Plump and Runt fall for a Spanish dancer. The girls go to their mother with this dilemma, and the mother finds out that Pop, too, has been smitten. The ladies follow their men, who are taking flowers to the dancer. They all discover that she has a husband and six children. The men return to their original mates and give them the flowers. Although the women know the whole story, they decide to keep quiet.