Miss Brooks is competing for Mr. Boynton's affections with Miss Enright and decides she needs to be more domestic. Connie offers to make him dinner on his new stove but must hide the fact that she can't cook.

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Osgood Conklin
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Philip Boynton
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Walter Denton
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Gloria McMillan ...
Harriet Conklin
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Miss Daisy Enright
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Miss Brooks is competing for Mr. Boynton's affections with Miss Enright and decides she needs to be more domestic. Connie offers to make him dinner on his new stove but must hide the fact that she can't cook.

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3 June 1955 (USA)  »

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Mrs. Margaret Davis: Of course after you get married you'll have to tell him you're not much of a cook.
Connie Brooks: By then who cares.
Mrs. Margaret Davis: You're right dear. After marriage all a girl need is a lipstick and a good can opener.
Connie Brooks: And if she has the right lipstick she doesn't even need a can opener.
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