Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Entranced by movie idol Roberto Rockellini, Wilma tells Fred that she'd like him to be a little more romantic--and maybe even grow a Rockelliniesque mustache. Not only does Fred raise the required lip adornment, but he also adopts a "continental" approach to his manners and speech. At first, Wilma is charmed by the new "Frederico"--but when a series of silly coincidences lead her to conclude that women literally swoon in Fred's presence, she begins worrying that she'll lose her husband to someone else. The fun really begins when Wilma becomes convinced that the "someone else" is Mrs. Slate, the wife of Fred's boss!