Four years have passed since Patsy's marriage. He has been blessed with twins, and has become a prosperous berry farmer. Sykesy's marriage has been an unhappy one, and his inability to earn a living have drawn him and Tilly further away from each other. When the landlord comes to collect his rent or evict them, Sykesy decides to secure some kind of employment and strangely enough secures it from his old enemy Patsy, who, in pity for Sykesy's ill luck, magnanimously forgets the past. We see him at work packing berries for his old enemy, while the latter is among the berry rows with his happy wife and twins. We also see that while happiness is deep, so are his troubles as the father of two bouncing girls who demand much more attention than his tiny wife can give them. Then a time comes when the stork is again expected and the care of the children devolves entirely on their father and grandfather a task which they approach bravely and, be it said, successfully, the once irascible Mr. ...
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14th and final release in Lubin's "Patsy Bolivar" 1-reel comedy series. See more
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