Synopsis by Janiss Garza
The lead in this domestic comedy seems tailor-made for vivacious Constance Talmadge -- Rosalie Wayne, who bobs her hair, much to the chagrin of her new husband, Reggie Carter (Harrison Ford, one of Talmadge's regular leading men). Continuing confusion results in a trip to Reno for Rosalie. After the divorce, she goes abroad for a year, and when she returns, she finds her ex-husband about to marry Marcia Hunter (Emily Chichester). That won't do for Rosalie -- if she can't have him, no one can! She heads over to his home, intending to vamp him back into her arms. Unfortunately, Marcia doesn't notice and the wedding plans continue. But finally Rosalie puts a halt to it by informing the Bishop that Reggie is divorced. Marcia's mother (Ida Darling) decides her daughter would be better off with her former suitor, poet Douglas Ordway (James Harrison), and Rosalie gets her man back. Unfortunately, this picture -- based on the play by Salisbury Field -- was not as amusing as Talmadge's usual vehicles.