Rich doesn't remember until Pan reminds him that his and Gloria's first wedding anniversary is approaching. What's worse is that Rich was planning on heading off with Pan on that day to go for a multi-day wild horse hunt. Gloria is already angry enough by Rich forgetting and not making any romantic arrangements for their honeymoon, but to make the best of a bad situation, she decides to go along on the wild horse hunt so that she can be with Rich. As such, Pan decides to stay home instead, which ends up making him go a little stir crazy with nothing to do. Rich and Gloria's pursuit of the wild horses ends up yielding nothing, so Rich decides to ask advice on the whereabouts of the wild horses from his not so old friend and neighbor Cora Bartlett, who lives with her cantankerous, straight-talking and acerbic tongued mother Enid Bartlett. The visit with the Bartletts is bad enough in Gloria's eyes as she would rather be alone with Rich, but it takes a turn for the worse when Enid ...