Ann has a job for a television commercial, but she's depressed about it. It's not the job itself, but why she got it: because she exudes a wholesome, well-scrubbed image with no connotation of sexuality at all. On top of that well-scrubbed exterior, Ann wants to be considered glamorous and sexy. She wants Donald at least to feel that animal passion when he looks or thinks of her, and not just love out of friendship and respect. Donald is in a conundrum as he wants to make Ann feel sexy and desirable while still respecting the status of their relationship. However, Ann may be shown that she is sexy from an unexpected source, and beyond the wanted end message whoever it's from, an unwanted source. Written by
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In Don's office, Ann looks at a glamour model mag ( Elite magazine) that is a prop magazine seen in a number of programs in the 1960's, including The Man From UNCLE, The Lucy Show, and even Star Trek. See more