Lou has decided to take Mary with him on a business trip to Washington DC to attend a two-day politics and the press seminar. Lou is excited to be able to show Mary a good time with all his old contacts from his days covering the Capitol Hill beat for the Detroit Free Press. As this trip marks Mary's first time in the nation's capital, she's excited to experience it the way Lou talks about it. Mary makes her own contacts at the seminar, they who want to take her and Lou to events where some of the most important people in national and international politics will be in attendance. But Lou, certain that his old friends will call, wants to wait for what he considers a better offer. While Mary ultimately goes off without Lou, all she can think about is that he is all alone in his hotel room waiting for people who won't call. Or will they? Meanwhile, much to Murray's dismay, Lou has appointed Ted in charge during his absence. Ted wants solely to be a figurehead boss, but comes to the ... Written by
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This show has one of the most memorable lines of the series. Mary, refusing to believe that she's really on the phone with Betty Ford
, responds: "Hi, Betty. This is Mary... Queen of Scots". See more
[Mary has answered the phone and refuses to believe that she is really speaking to Betty Ford
Hi, Betty. This is Mary... Queen of Scots.