Donald has been away for two weeks. Although Ann is more than excited to see him upon his return, she is less than excited about what he came back with: a beard. It's dislike at first sight, and the impression just gets worse for Ann. Lew's impression of it is even worse, he thinking that Donald looks like a communist beatnik. Because Ann and Lew's want for him to shave it off seems more like an order than a loving request, Donald decides not to shave it off. But Donald's attachment to the beard grows stronger as he thinks it makes him looks distinguished and he believes that people are treating him better because of it. Can either Ann or Donald do or say something to the other to get them to change their mind on the issue? Written by
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