After feeling like a wallflower at one of Patty's parties, Cathy asks a newspaper columnist how she can be more popular. Cathy tries hard, but the results are not what she expects.
Did You Know?
Film from the house dance party was used in the making of the regular opening and closing credit scenes for the series. (opening credits): "Patty likes to rock and roll; a hot dog makes her lose control." (closing credits): "From Zanzibar to Barclay Square". See more
While Cathy is sitting on a park bench reading a book titled "You Can Be Popular", she is holding its mailing envelope, stamp-side-up, pressed against the outside back cover. The distant shots show the envelope with the stamp located in the lower-right corner, and the closeup shots show the envelope turned 180 degrees with the stamp located in the upper-left corner. See more
References The Flintstones