While shopping at the local market, Fran meets Glen Mitchell, a well-dressed and handsome man who works on Wall Street. Fran and Glen start dating, the relationship which extends to Maxwell, who also strikes up a friendship with Glen. After Maxwell accepts a stock tip from Glen, Fran learns that Glen, although an employee on Wall Street, is not a stock broker as she inferred, but rather a hot dog vendor. Maxwell, at his men's club, is about to hand over $100,000 to Glen, so Fran has to take some drastic measures to stop the deal. She first tries to appeal to Maxwell's business manager, C.C. Although the $100,000 is company profit and thus partly hers, C.C. would rather see Fran screwed than to save the $100,000. Fran decides she needs to appeal directly to Maxwell, but the men's club does not allow admittance to women. Taking a cue from a pop cultural icon, Fran manages to sneak into the men's club. Once inside, Fran's overall success works as successfully as most of the plans hatched... Written by
Did You Know?
In the beginning, Fran takes Gracie to "pick up guys"/buy groceries, meanwhile you see several bags of groceries on the kitchen table in front of them. See more
["analyzing" Corbin Bernsen, the former star of L.A. Law
Well... I can tell you're not a lawyer...
Why can't I be a lawyer?
Well, not in New York... maybe L.A.
References I Love Lucy