To earn $20 to woo his high-class girlfriend Samantha, Dobie and Maynard take a job as waiters at a sorority house party, but when Samantha shows up as a guest, the boys become girls to avoid being detected.

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Doris Packer ...
Clarissa Osborne
Jennifer West ...
Samantha Digby
Warrene Ott ...
Sally Sorree
Jean Blake Fleming ...
Martha Van Trees (as Jean Blake)
B.G. Norman ...
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Dobie's latest girlfriend, Samantha Digby, is a blue blood who will only date boys in her social class. So how did Dobie get her to begin with? He didn't tell her that he's a poor schlub from a working class family. To be able to take Samantha to the upcoming dance, Dobie needs $20, which his father refuses to give him. He can't earn enough himself by the time of the dance, so he convinces Maynard to apply with him for two advertised $10 paying jobs for a day's work. Those two jobs end up being waiters for the Eta Theta Sorority open house under the watchful eye of Mrs. Osborne. What Dobie didn't count on was Samantha attending the open house as a potential pledge. He has to figure out a way to be undetected by Samantha while working at the party, doing his job and adhering to Mrs. Osborne's strict rules, which includes not going into the girls-only area of the house. Written by Huggo

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8 May 1962 (USA)  »

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This episode could serve as a sort of proto-pilot for the early 1980s sitcom 'Bosom Buddies (1980)', wherein Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari disguise themselves as women to live in an all-woman apartment house. See more »

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Dobie
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Written by Lionel Newman & Max Shulman
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