Doris pens a piece critical of the divorce epidemic, calling on couples to forgive and forget hurts and betrayals. But Doris finds it difficult to heed her own counsel when she suspects Peter of a fling with a beautiful young actress.
A retired mobster makes Doris an offer she can't refuse: he'll donate $10,000 to her animal charity if she will babysit his dog Tiger for two weeks. It won't be easy money because the reigning syndicate leader as well as the police are determined to get their hands on the pooch.
Doris rescues two stray dogs from the dog catcher and then must try and persuade landlord Mr. Jarvis to relax his no pets policy. The episode is an earnest promotion of pet adoption and reflects Doris Day's real life passion.
Doris' old flame Sir Robert Kingsley is coming to the States on a lecture tour, but Cy is reluctant to allow Doris to interview him, fearing their hanky-panky will tarnish Today's World's image as a family magazine.
With Doris no longer with Peter, and Jonathan Rusk divorced from his wife, former candidate Jonathan returns to declare his love for Doris. But will her jealousy of his new globe-trotting reporting career come between them?