In Clarkston, a trap for unwary motorists from the city, Tony brushes Edgar Crawford's car. Crawford pretends serious injury and his wife Thelma, begins to scream. Arrested and put in a cell with a drunk, Tony won't allow Roger to call Jeannie for help. She learns What happened when Roger phones Dr. Bellows. The drunk is incredulous when Jeannie blinks up food and finally whisks the cell back home. Tony orders her to change everything back, but to speed up Dr. Bellows. Crawford arrives at the trial in a wheelchair and Cashman, Tony's attorney, practically joins the DA, Farrow and Judge Miller in convicting him. Tony finally takes over his own defense. Jeannie speeds up Bellows' car and succeeds in turning the trial into a shambles. Tony realizes Crawford is the only one who can prove his innocence. When Jeannie blinks, Crawford's wheel chair smashes into a wall. Crawford dumps up, proving he's in perfect shape, as his wife chases him out of the courtroom. With Jeannie's help in speeding up his car, Bellows arrives, handcuffed to a traffic cop.