Joe is worried. He is on a train to New York City. He has a job there but he might get fired because he is always late and sweats too much. Joe also can’t get a wife. The ladies think he is too loud and sloppy.
But Joe is a good guy. He gives money to the orphanage. That’s why he is always late to work; he needs to stop there and give toys to the kids. The kids love Joe. He gives them piggy back rides and they play circus. Joe wishes he could adopt them all but he can’t cook. He can only make eggs.
Joe searches for a wife at Grand Central Station. It is busy and loud there. It smells like rats. No good woman is there for Joe. He does not give up though. He gets on the train and whistles his favorite songs and reads the paper. He knows things will get better. Does Joe get fired? No, he doesn't. Does Joe find a wife? Yes, the secretary at the orphanage. Joe always pulls through.