Donald has lots of trouble when he turns their incident at JFK during the blizzard into a television script.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Ann Marie
Donald Hollinger
Lew Parker ...
Lew Marie
Harry Cook
Alice Borden ...
Ruth Bauman
Arthur Julian ...
Milton East
Forrest Compton ...
Jonathan Adams
Tom Kennedy ...
Barry Forbes


Ann and Donald are invited to the launch party of the third season of The Barry Forbes Show, a successful comedy television show on which Ann once appeared. The show's producer, Harry Cook, remembers Ann and recognizes Donald's name from Newsview articles. Through party chit chat, Ann and Cook convince Donald that it would be a great idea to turn one of his articles, the one about the time they were all snowed in at JFK Airport, into a script for the show, with Ann playing herself. Despite Donald not considering himself either a comedy writer or a script writer, he agrees on the clause that Ann does indeed play herself. Donald runs into external problems when those around him give him pointers on what to write or not to write, fact or fiction. Ann ultimately loves the warm, sensitive script Donald writes, which also gives Barry Forbes some real acting to do. However, Milton East, the show's story editor, hates the script, and Cook himself, while liking the script, feels it's not right... Written by Huggo

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6 November 1969 (USA)  »

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In this show, Ann states, of Don's article about her & he at JFK airport, that he's 'never' done an article about her. Forgetting that he had done a 2 to 3 page article about her in Season one's, "All About Ann". As well as in 2 other shows. See more »


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Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
Performed by Chorus
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