Donald has to forgo his scheduled lunch with Ann to work in order to please the magazine's new editor, who Donald doesn't really yet know as a boss and thus doesn't want to rock the boat by missing a deadline. When Donald mentions to Ann that the man's name is Lewis M. Franks, Ann is certain that he will let Donald go to lunch with her. Why?: because they had an auspicious series of encounters five years ago the summer Ann worked as a meter maid in the small town of Fenwick. The story... Ann was initially torn between not wanting to ticket anyone for parking violations against her job of upholding the law. But when she was told by the police to rescind a ticket written for a car parked next to a fire hydrant - that car belonging to the mayor - Ann was appalled at what she saw as the corruption, however small. So Ann went to the local newspaper, whose editor at the time was Lewis, hoping that he would write a feature article on the issue. He refused seeing that it was not big news, but... Written by
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In the scene taking place at home during the flashback, this is supposed to be prior to moving to Brewster, yet the house appears to be the same, right down to the furnishings. See more