Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Dorothy Revier took a break from her dramatic roles and starred in this Columbia-produced farce. Henry Brodman (Tom Ricketts) is angry that his son, Henry Jr. (Robert Agnew), has secretly wed and so he refuses to meet his new daughter-in-law. Meanwhile, John Durant (Ford Sterling), a business associate of Brodman's, comes to town with his wife (Cissy Fitzgerald). Mrs. Brodman (Ethel Wales) has just left to visit her mother, and Durant mistakes Brodman's secretary, Daisy Moran (Revier), as his wife. Brodman, determined to show his visitors a good time, takes them to a cabaret, with Daisy in tow. He even loans Daisy his wife's pearl necklace for the occasion. Unfortunately, Mrs. Brodman comes home early and calls the police when she finds the necklace missing. Then the cabaret is raided and, although Brodman escapes, Daisy and the Durants are arrested. Daisy is accused of stealing Mrs. Brodman's necklace, but then it turns out that she is the wife of Henry Jr., and everything is explained.