What’s odd in it if a lonely father keeps reminding his married son to think of begetting a grandchild for him? But the retired colonel’s affectionate pleadings meet rejections from his figure-conscious daughter-in-law who prefers modeling over motherhood. The son indecisively hangs between the two. The rib-tickling comedy then blasts into tremor-like hilarity, as the erstwhile aging disciplinarian colonel suddenly begins to court a suitable lady. The romance of oldies invites ire of the family and more amusing sequences for the audience. At the crescendo, colonel walks off with the last laugh.