Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The second of Constance Talmadge's starring films under her new contract with Lewis J. Selznick, Honeymoon casts the bubbly comedienne as newlywed Susan Lane. Outraged when she sees her new husband Richard (Earle Foxe) conversing with another woman, Susan promptly sues for divorce. Had she bothered to ask, she would have discovered that her glamorous "rival" was actually the prospective wife of Richard's brother, and Richard had merely been trying to dissuade the woman from marrying into the family. Later on, Susan and Richard are reconciled and are about to consummate their marriage when word arrives that her divorce is now final. There is nothing left for the hero and heroine to do but to elope all over again -- which, after several brand-new complications, they do.