Judy isn't sure if she should tell Ann what she saw, but she decides to do so: that Don, who didn't see her, was having lunch with a beautiful blonde. The blonde ends up being an actress colleague of Ann's named Sheila Harmon. Ann doesn't want to jump to the conclusion that Don is seeing another woman behind her back, but it's hard for her not to, especially as Don told her that he skipped lunch that day since he was too busy, and as Sheila, with who Ann is currently participating in an acting workshop, seems to be evading her or any mention of lunch. As such, Ann begins to act coolly toward Don, who isn't sure why Ann seems to be mad at him. What Don and Sheila are up to would make Ann happy if she knew, but Don, regardless of Ann's feelings, wants to keep it a secret from Ann until the project is completed, which may be too late for their relationship if Ann is no longer speaking to him.- Written by Huggo
Ann becomes jealous and suspicious when she finds out that Donald has been going to lunch with an girl from her acting workshop, and then lies to her about it.- Written by A Girl
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