Donald is concerned about his widowed sister Sandi, who is coming to New York for a visit to meet up with her serious boyfriend, Harry Fieldstone, who is - gasp - an actor. Donald feels that Harry is probably after the insurance money Sandi received from her husband's death. Despite being somewhat offended by Donald's implication that if Harry's an actor that he must be no good as a person, Ann, who doesn't know or know of Harry professionally, uses whatever contacts she has to find all about Harry. Her snooping pays off - she finds that Harry is a hard working, upstanding citizen, which eases Donald's mind. But when Harry finds out that an Ann Marie has been asking questions about him, he calls Ann wanting to have lunch with her. Ann agrees to the lunch, with the issue of Sandi ultimately to be a coincidence. When Ann meets him, she finds out that he assumed she was asking about him since she had seen him perform and wanted to have a fling with him. After meeting Ann, he definitely ... Written by
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References Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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