Marcia is walking around in a daze. By the flowery language she is using, Carol knows why: Marcia's in love. The object of Marcia's affection is Harvey Klinger. Despite Mike thinking they should stay out of Marcia's love life, Carol tries to help Marcia get Harvey's attention, he who has no idea that Marcia even exists. She does so by helping Marcia learn about Harvey's hobby: insects. It's not so much a hobby, but an all-consuming passion. Carol's ploy works. It works a little too well as Harvey asks Marcia to go steady. Carol believes thirteen year old Marcia is too young to go steady. When Marcia's version of thirteen year old steady gets a little too serious for both Carol and Mike's liking, Mike, using some words straight out of Marcia and Harvey's mouths, thinks he knows how to make them realize that their puppy love is not adult love. Written by
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The title is based on the exclamation from a baseball announcer as a home run ball heads out of the ballpark: "It's going...going...gone!" See more