Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This comedy was a sequel to Skinner's Dress Suit and once again stars Bryant Washburn as Skinner and Hazel Daly as his wife Honey. In spite of Honey's protests, Skinner has decided to leave the firm where he is a junior partner and establish himself in the big city. He puts himself and his wife up in a fancy, modern apartment manned by a valet and a maid. In his office, he has the stenographer and clerk working furiously. But it's all show and no real business; besides, Skinner and Honey are frustrated because their servants keep them from being alone together. When Skinner's old partners stop by his office, however, and see how busy it appears to be they believe he is doing great and ask him to come back on more lucrative terms. This is fine by Skinner, who was just about ready to throw in the towel.