Mickey is ready for another date with Minnie. She tells him he is 3 hours early, but Mickey says he's just "obsessed" with her. As he comes inside Minnie's apartment, the two happily start kissing each other, when Fifi pops up between them. Minnie tells Mickey that Fifi doesn't love anyone but her loving faithful owner, but Mickey tells her it's going to change, because he is a world favorite. Minnie then wishes him good luck, and goes off to change.
Mickey tells Fifi it's time to be friends. Fifi growls at him, but he thinks it's just a smile. But as he tries to kiss Fifi, she chomps on his head. Luckily, Mickey gets his head out of her mouth, then asks why she doesn't love him. He shows her a picture of Minnie, but this makes her even angrier. Fifi smashes him, grabs his shoe, violently throws him across the room, knocks over her pictures, and violently smashes him against the floor. Minnie comes downstairs to let Mickey know she's almost ready. She sees a "happy" Fifi laying on top of a beaten and petrified Mickey and finds it adorable. Minnie says she'll be ready in a jiffy and runs back upstairs. Fifi, who is now angry, starts chasing Mickey, who closes the door to the kitchen. Mickey doesn't get why she doesn't love him, but then he gets an idea. He calls Goofy, who is playing poker with Pluto and the other dogs, for some advice. Goofy then hands the phone to Pluto, who gives Mickey an idea.
Mickey later comes back from the store with a few bones, chew toys, a hybrid SUV, and a pillow made from his grandma's wedding dress, but finds that Fifi has vanished. He feels a drip, which turns out to be Fifi hanging from the ceiling fan. She attacks Mickey, hits him with her chew toys, and throws them out of the window. Mickey tries to stand up for himself, telling Fifi to get out of her naughty behavior. They both see the pillow, and begin fighting over it. It then gets ripped in half, and Fifi falls out of the window, and is now hanging on a flagpole. Mickey panics and jumps over the window to save her. Fifi can't hold on any longer, and starts to fall. But Mickey grabs her left front paw, telling her he will never let her go.
Minnie is now ready for the date and goes downstairs to tell Mickey she is ready. She sees Fifi licking her boyfriend and finds it adorable. Minnie embraces him and the two happily start kissing each other again, until Fifi pops up between them again. Mickey tells Minnie that he knew that and Fifi would be friends, to which Minnie agrees. But Fifi growls at Minnie, who mistakes it for a smile. But as Minnie tries to kiss Fifi, the violence starts all over again as Fifi starts knocking over her owner's property, and continues to do so as the credits roll.
- Mickey Mouse (voiced by Chris Diamantopoulos)
- Minnie Mouse (voiced by Russi Taylor)
- Fifi (voiced by Bill Farmer)
- Goofy (voiced by Bill Farmer)
- Pluto (voiced by Bill Farmer)
- This marks Fifi's first main role in any cartoon since 1947's Pluto's Blue Note, 72 years prior.
- At the credits roll, Fifi continues her tirade.
- This was Tara Billinger's second time drawing Tramp for one of these shorts.
- The Disney dogs playing poker is a reference to the Cassius Marcellus Coolidge paintings of the same name, which have been referenced/parodied multiple times in various media throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.