Consumerism'll kill ya.
Following the same "let 'em loose" mentality that worked for The Bellboy, The Errand Boy, and The Ladies Man, this Jerry/Tashlin joint plays to both of their comic strengths: elaborate physical construction and joyful anarchism. Case in point, the vacuum setpiece has so many moving parts, sight gags and slapstick and reaction shots, that all coalesce to an absurdist tornado of wanton destruction.
Even still, latent & explicit misogyny keeps Lewis' comedy at a distance; we're still a few years away from the gaslighting farce Three on a Couch. Agnes Moorehead basically plays her Old Rich Shrew Who Doesn't Think He's Good Enough for Her Daughter as a non-magical Endora from Bewitched, and we're supposed to get pleasure from her being undercut by her henpecked husband. Tough material to divorce from next-level humor.