Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Harold Lloyd plays a dreamy young man in this Hal Roach short. Bebe Daniels (Lloyd's regular leading lady at the time) portrays a girl who is being courted by the unappetizing Snub Pollard. Harold, meanwhile, is at work, but it's spring, the day is beautiful and the office is next to a lovely park. His mind is anywhere but on his job, so he wanders off and the other office workers are unable to retrieve him. Harold causes so much trouble at the park that he is obliged to hide in a gigantic bush -- just as Bebe hides in it to get away from Pollard. Thus the two get acquainted. Bebe, for obvious reasons, finds him much more appealing than her beau and after a few more adventures, takes him home, where he discovers that her father is his boss. But the father is a man after Harold's own heart -- he advises Harold to "Do like I do and go to work whenever you please."