Sapphire convinces Kingfish that they should adopt a baby but he soon sours on the plan after spending an afternoon with her bratty nephew.
In desperate need of money, Kingfish learns that an oil company is offering a $200 bonus to employment agencies that deliver workers for jobs in Saudi Arabia. Kingfish then schemes to get Andy on the trip by using a fake raffle.
Kingfish tricks Andy again when he sells him a useless lot once used by a movie company. When Andy confronts him, Kingfish concocts another scheme to avoid a lawsuit.
Kingfish tricks Andy again by selling him a broken down nag of a racehorse but with Amos's help, Andy gets the last laugh.
Kingfish adopts Andy as part of a plan to receive a $2,000 inheritance from his cousin Effie.
Kingfish, trying to do a good deed, instead gets himself and Andy in trouble with the law when he tries to repay a jeweler.
Kingfish outsmarts himself again when he tries to get his cousin Leo to buy an antique shop so he can receive a commission on the sale.
Andy takes a job as Santa's helper in order to get enough money to buy an expensive doll for his goddaughter.
On his birthday celebration, Sapphire wonders who sent Kingfish a card signed "Sweetheart."
Kingfish finds a wallet with two ballet tickets which he presents to Sapphire as a purchased gift but when she and her mother attend the event they're arrested on suspicion of robbery.
Andy's love life is a mess once again as he finds himself engaged to two women at the same time.
Along with Andy, Kingfish goes to pick up some of his brother-in-law's suits for a lodge rummage sale but mistakenly picks up clothing belonging to a police lieutenant by mistake. The policeman then tracks them down and arrests Kingfish and Andy for theft of the suits.
Thinking that her husband is seeing another woman on the side, Sapphire decides to make Kingfish jealous by having dinner with Andy.
Andy gets engaged to an actress but becomes jealous when she has to do a romantic scene in a play. Andy, with the aid of Kingfish, then schemes to take the leading man's place in the play.
When Sapphire takes a job as a secretary at a brush company she gets her boss to hire Kingfish as a door to door salesman. Not minding an honest days work as long as it's done by someone else, Kingfish cons Andy into selling the brushes for him.
Kingfish finds a valuable ring at a baseball game. Not realizing its true value, he sells it to Andy thinking it's an imitation. Upon finding out the ring's true value, Kingfish then scams Andy again to get it back.
Feeling bored and useless, Kingfish takes an aptitude test that says he has a hidden talent for painting.
When Sapphire's sister, Hortense, moves into the Stevens apartment, Kingfish decides to get rid of her by marrying her off to Andy.
Kingfish sells Andy some worthless glass company stock but then schemes to get it back when he learns that the stock has suddenly become worth $100 per share.
Andy puts in a new doughnut shop which is a success but Kingfish triest to cheat him out of it in order to give it to his mother-in-law's suitor.
Amos has to come to the rescue when Kingfish and Andy's tax return forms are lost in the mail.
Kingfish's car is used in a hold-up. Fearful that he might be blamed he decides to paint the car light blue. Things then go from bad to worse when Kingfish and Andy are arrested and hauled into court while attempting to paint the car.