After a procrastinating Donald can't find anywhere at the last minute for him, Ann and three other couples to spend New Year's Eve together, Ann suggests they take a different tact and have an intimate but still festive evening for two at home at her apartment. Donald enthusiastically agrees, as do the other three couples, who plan to do the same. But what starts off as a quiet evening for two quickly changes as one person after another stops by Ann's apartment for one drink, resulting in a small then extremely large impromptu party for which the whole world is seemingly looking. Beyond Ann and Donald who have insufficient food and champagne to serve their apartment full of unexpected guests, the only other two people who may be more annoyed at this change of event are Ruthie and Jerry, whose own romantic and quiet evening is constantly being interrupted by Ann in search of food and party accessories. Written by
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The title is based upon the lyrics from 'Auld Lang Syne;, traditionally sung on New Year's Eve: "Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind". See more
References Gone with the Wind