- Johnny Arthur - Darla's Father
- Wilma Cox - Darla's Mother
Plot: It's Mr. Hood's thirty-second birthday, and all he can think of a nice peaceful night at home with his family, but the serenity is broken up by his first spoonful of soup as Alfalfa, Porky and Philip arrive. They sing to him and render gifts of a frog, a duck and a cat, disrupting the dinner and keeping him from getting one taste of his soup. By the time he gets to it, it's cold and has to be reheated. The main course is a roast chicken, but Alfalfa flips a spoon into the gravy bowl and splatters Mr. Hood's suit. He goes to the kitchen to clean up, but the boys (who have already eaten one dinner) and Darla eat the whole chicken before he returns to the table. When it looks like he might get some of his birthday cake, Percy swings by to give Alfalfa a message to head home, taking Mr. Hood's piece of cake with him. This appears to be the last straw as he announces he's going to a restaurant to finally get something to eat.
- "All I had for lunch today was a lettuce sandwich on gluten bread." - Mr. Hood
- George McFarland does not appear as Spanky in this short. After completing the previous film Came The Brawn, his contract with Hal Roach expired, and he retired from the series. However, McFarland would return once the series moved to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, beginning with Aladdin's Lantern.
- William Thomas Jr., Darwood Kaye and Tommy Bond also don't appear.
- This was the second appearance of Johnny Arthur as Mr. Hood; the first time was in Night 'N' Gales. In Wedding Worries, he's replaced by another actor and revealed to be a dentist.
- Music director Marvin Hatley actually supplies the piano playing which Darla is heard playing.