Donald needs an angle for the plum assignment he has about writing an article, with his own byline, on the television dating show, "The Mating Game", where an eligible bachelorette asks three unseen eligible bachelors relationship and dating questions upon which she chooses one to go out on a date paid by the show. Don believes the angle is to get a girl on the show who he knows to provide him with a first hand account, without telling the show's producers that he's planted a female contestant. He asks Ann, who initially declines since she isn't "eligible", but ultimately agrees if only to help Don while giving her and thus her acting career national exposure. Ann does manage to get on the show, but after her interview, the show's producer, Eddie Turner, thinks that Don would make a perfect bachelor contestant on the same show as Ann's. Don agrees, but isn't allowed to tell Ann, and as such he also decides to disguise his voice on the show so that she won't know it's him. Don believes... Written by
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References Never on Sunday