Synopsis by Janiss Garza
In this comic farce, two couples get entangled in each other's affairs. The first couple, Horace (Billy Mason) and Kitty Dillingham (Edith Roberts), are having trouble making ends meet, so Kitty goes to work as stenographer at her husband's law offices. One day, when Horace is out to lunch, Jonas Collamore (George Hernandez) walks in. His wife (May Emory) wants a divorce and Jonas has decided, reluctantly, to let her have one. To keep him from taking his business elsewhere, Kitty agrees to have lunch with him. Thanks to her love for maraschino cherries, Kitty winds up drinking far more than she should, and Jonas then takes her to a roadhouse -- his intention is to compromise himself to make it easier for his wife to obtain the divorce. Meanwhile, Mrs. Collamore and her lawyer (who happens to be Horace) are hot on Jonas' trail. But when Kitty hears her husband's voice, she dashes out the window. She and Jonas turn the tables on Horace and Mrs. Collamore by finding them in what they believe is a compromising position. Eventually both couples straighten out the situation. This was an amusing programmer that's not quite as snappy as it could have been.