Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Quick-thinking Barney saves the life of a child at an amusement park, but it is Fred who gets the credit. As a result, Fred is lauded as a hero, and showered with all manner of awards and honors--and even nominated as leader of his fraternal lodge. Though Barney takes all this in stride, Wilma is outraged that the swell-headed Fred is willing to accept hero worship that he doesn't deserve, and demands that he tell the truth. But only when he realizes that he can't live with himself (thanks to a rather obnoxious manifestation of his own conscience) does Fred do the right thing.