A shoe salesman (Don Knotts), who strongly resembles a famous TV star, initially tries to deny it until an attractive woman (Julie Newmar) hits on him; a woman (Jane Wyatt), who was separated from her husband (Jean-Pierre Aumont) in WW II, hopes to reunite with him; Isaac (Ted Lange) decides to become a writer but can't decide on what kind of genre to write. Written by
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Out on deck, when Gopher isn't buying Herb Grobecker's story that he's not Devon King, Herb pulls out his wallet and shows Gopher his driver's license. Gopher reads the name on the license as "Herbert J. Grobecker." Later, when Herb shows Marla that he isn't Devon King, he pulls out his wallet to show her his driver's license. This time the audience sees the license: "Herb Grobecker, 718 E. 6th St., Los Angeles, CA." See more