|Cast||Clarence Elmer Jennie Nelson Robert Fischer|
|Plot||Clarence Murray, a henpecked husband, calls up his wife on the 'phone during lunch hour, and tries to explain to her that he will not be home for supper, as he has an important business matter to attend to at the office. Jane does not let him get in a word, her tongue is a cyclone, and Clarence is bewildered. Old Bud Fisher wants to get hold of the 'phone, but is told that it is busy. Fisher pushes and tries to give Murray the hint to ring off. Finally he grabs the receiver and tries to talk to his party, but Jane does not let up her tirade, still believing that Clarence is on the other end of the wire. Fisher, who thinks that he has his call, is in turn almost driven crazy by the talk that comes back to him. Presently he asks Murray, who is on the wire, and is informed that it is his wife. The old man knows he stands no chance against the "lingo" of the woman, and, throwing the receiver down, walks out. Murray again returns to the attack and finally being worn out, shouts, "good-bye," and staggers out.... search for At the Telephone on IMDb|
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