As a fund-raiser for the hospital, Avonlea is hosting a Fair and Bachelor Auction at the White Sands Hotel. For the auction, the men are preparing picnic baskets, for which the women will be bidding and sharing with their preparer at a social following the auction. Beside Simon Tremayane who doesn't like the fact of the activities taking over the hotel, most townsfolk are abuzz about this event, the women thinking about on whose basket they want to bid, and the men dreaming about who will bid on theirs. On the female side, Muriel Stacey convinces Hetty King that love is not solely the domain of the young; Izzy Pettibone has her eye on a particular basket, despite she believing that that basket is already accounted for; and adolescent Becky Lester, who comes from a poor family, wants to attend the auction and bid on a basket, but she has little money to bid let alone get a new dress to look presentable at the event. On the male side, Felix King is hoping that a certain female will bid ... Written by
Did You Know?
Bachelorhood is a state of mind.
Does that mean if you're born a bachelor, you die a bachelor?
If you're smart it does.