|Director||Rollin S. Sturgeon|
|Writers||Hanson Durham (as W.H. Durham)
|Cast||Robert Thornby Mary Charleson Major J.A. McGuire Florence Weil Loyola O'Connor|
|Plot||After the honeymoon Ethel and Jack show their real dispositions. Jack complains about the breakfast which Ethel has prepared. They have a quarrel. He goes to his business completely upset. She decides to take a position, make her own living. Jack looks in the newspaper and picks out a boarding place, where he secures board. He is given the only vacant room in the house. Ethel secures a position as a cashier in a quick lunch restaurant, then she answers the same ad as her husband and the landlady sees a chance to rent the same room to Jack and Ethel. Ethel's position as cashier keeps her busy at night, therefore, she cannot occupy the room except in the daytime, and Jack can only occupy it at night. Jack comes home at night and discovers a woman's belongings in the room, and tosses them upon the floor. He leaves for his office in the morning, and after he has gone Ethel returns from the restaurant and finds her bureau and wardrobe filled with men's attire. She calls the landlady, who removes Jack's things. The young wife begins to tire of her position as cashier, and Jack is disgusted with the condition of things. Ethel, who has already started for the restaurant, resigns her position and goes back to her lodgings. She enters the room and is horrified to see a man occupying it. She walks boldly to him and both look imploringly at each other, and finally both confess that they are sorry for their disagreements, and are anxious to make up and live happy ever afterward. Eagerly they kiss and are reconciled.... search for After the Honeymoon on IMDb|
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