One of the shining examples of great silent works that aren't made from the Big Three (Chaplin, Keaton, Lloyd), McCarey's short is hilarious in its simplicity and chemistry between the two leads. It speaks volumes to marriage that couples can relate to and uses it to the best comedic effect in it's slapstick hilarity.
Charley Chase is a new acquaintance for me and now I'm intrigued. I can't yet make that many assumptions about his talent compared to other comedians, but I'm willing to explore further. This particular short is quite simplistic and some of the scenes are a bit drawn out, but the main pair work together making this an entertaining piece.