An excited Jerry rushes into Donald's office while Ann is there. He obviously wants to talk to Donald without Ann, the hint which isn't lost on Ann who kindly departs for an interview for a recurring role on the Captain Gooney children's show. Ann does get the part, which could be the biggest break in her career. That break is threatened by what Jerry had to tell Donald, or more precisely show Donald: a naked centerfold photograph of Ann in Playpen men's magazine. When a shocked Donald confronts Ann about the photograph, Ann is as shocked as him. She admits the head is hers, it being a photograph she did for a hairstyle magazine, but the body isn't. After they confront the photographer who admits the situation but won't do anything since the magazine is already in circulation and Ann signed a waiver, they have to figure out how to minimize the impact of the photograph in its bad, especially to those who matter like Ann's father and Captain Gooney, and take advantage of whatever clean ... Written by
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The title is based on the 1915 song "I Ain't Got Nobody" by Spencer Williams and Woody Guthrie
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Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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