Keith wants to date the new girl in school, but she does not want to go with him because he has a love 'em and leave 'em reputation. He wants Laurie to convince Dina to go out with him.

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Keith wants to date the new girl in school, but she does not want to go with him because he has a love 'em and leave 'em reputation. He wants Laurie to convince Dina to go out with him.

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22 September 1973 (USA)  »

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Mr. Lonely, without the 'L'
29 March 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

The cleverly titled "None But the Onely" has Keith trying to get a date with pretty blonde Dina Firmly (Kathleen Cody), but his less than sterling reputation precedes him. With Laurie offering lonely hearts advice for the local paper, he hits upon the idea of inventing 'Mr. Lonely,' in the hope that his sister will set him up with Dina. Unfortunately for Keith, Laurie easily discovers the truth, his typewriter skipping the letter 'L,' just like 'Mr. Onely.' She decides to play along by telling her brother what a psychiatrist said about the mysterious 'Mr. Onely,' that he's strictly 'out to lunch.' Keith ends up humiliating himself in public, while a flattered Dina stuns Laurie by going out with him after all. Kathleen Cody was best remembered for her portrayal of Carrie Stokes on daytime's DARK SHADOWS. The featured song is "Alone Too Long," composed by Mark James and Cynthia Weil, from eighth LP BULLETIN BOARD.


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