As Ann and Don are going through her childhood mementos at her parent's house trying to figure out what she should take back to New York, they find most of those mementos are of or from Freddie Dunlap - who Ann nicknamed Bunny because of his overbite - Ann's first childhood sweetheart, to whom she got engaged in the fourth grade. Their friendship lasted all through their school years until he left town when Ann was eighteen. She hasn't seen him since. Stories of Freddie are making Don jealous. So Don isn't too happy when Judy suggests to Ann that she return one of those mementos, Freddie's mother's ring, which obviously meant more about Ann and Freddie's relationship than their fourth grade promise to each other. In investigating Freddie's whereabouts, Ann and Don learn that he is no longer somewhere in California where Ann thought, but living on 73rd St. in New York City, five blocks away from Ann's apartment. Ann admits that she wants to see Freddie just to revisit their happy times... Written by
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In the opening scene Ann and Donald are going through some boxes of items she has saved from her childhood. At one point, Ann shows Donald a photograph of herself as a young child and the scene cuts to a close up of the photo which is a close up head shot of Marlo Thomas at a young age. When she grabs the photograph from his hands, the photograph is turned toward the camera and it is an obviously different picture; a recently taken full body shot of Marlo Thomas. See more
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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