Valentine's Day is approaching, and much of the activity in town seems to be centering on the White Sands Hotel. Hetty, having a case of writer's block on her latest romantic story, feels that she needs to observe people to make her story come to life. So she makes Simon Tremayne, the manager of the hotel, a proposition: she will invest in the hotel (needing an influx of cash for renovations and repairs) in return for her being allowed to observe the hotel guests directly. Mr. Tremayne, feeling desperate for money, agrees. He may regret this decision as Hetty's observation turn to interference. Mr. Tremayne comes to another agreement with her, one he hopes will solve both his problems. Another plan that he has is to have a Valentine's Day dance at the hotel. Gus asks Felicity to the dance, an invitation that she enthusiastically accepts. However, Arthur Pettibone has returned from veterinary school, he who also wants to take Felicity to the dance. Felicity loves the attention she is ... Written by
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I'd like to have a dance with her.
And I'd like to fly and spit diamonds, but that don't make it so.