Following twenty years of marriage to a philandering husband, divorcée Catherine Curtis begins life anew as a single woman. After struggling to be alone, Catherine finds romance with a sympathetic handyman, and then meets a much younger love interest.
Did You Know?
Peter suggests flying to his favorite city, London. Lucy Ricardo, Lucy Carmichael, and Lucy Carter all enjoyed trips to London, although only in the prime time special "Lucy in London" (1966) did Lucille Ball actually film there. See more
When Catherine's daughter Elizabeth calls her on the phone and turns the conversation to her father, Catherine says "Elizabeth, I did not call to discuss that" when Elizabeth clearly called her, not the other way around. See more
It was the worst single play I have ever seen in my life but I loved it because an English actor can read graffiti off a wall and make it sound like Shakespeare.
[affecting a broad English accent
For a rollicking good time, call Kinky Kitty; Stratford two, double seven, naught naught.
As the end credits roll and a jet flies off to San Francisco, Catherine and Peter's voices are heard. See more
References Sesame Street
Puttin' on the Ritz
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Joseph Bologna See more