The Monkees want to enter the KXIW Rockathon contest to win $500, only to find out contest manager Jerry 'The Geator with the Heator' Blavat only allows mixed groups. Davy is chosen to dress up in drag. Soon, 'Miss Jones' falls in love with Daphne, a member of The West Minstrel Abbies who has to dress as a boy to enter the same contest. Written by
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This gives an indication of what the third 'variety style' season of The Monkees might have looked like, where the boys' comic antics would fill Act One and then a musical guest would be interviewed in Act Two. Davy chats with Charlie Smalls, later the songwriter for "The Wiz," using this format. The Jones-Smalls jam session was filmed more than a month after the rest of the episode, and is in fact the last segment made for the series. See more
I don't even know how to act like a woman.
Oh, well, that's a sinch, I have here this book: 'How to act like a feminine female in three easy lessons'.
References Some Like It Hot
The Door Into Summer
Written by Chip Douglas
and Bill Martin
Performed by The Monkees
Produced by Chip Douglas See more