Mary, Lou and Murray take Ted out for lunch to celebrate his birthday. That lunch ends up being one of the worst dining experiences solely because their incompetent waitress doesn't really seem to know or care that she's incompetent. Mary reluctantly complains to the restaurant maître d', who implies that the waitress will get fired. That waitress, whose name is Randy, ends up being one of the applicants for the secretarial job in the newsroom, that job which is supposed to take much of the clerical burden off Mary's shoulders. Randy doesn't recognize Mary or the others, and besides Mary, the other three don't recognize Randy as their horrible waitress. Feeling guilty about getting Randy fired especially as she learns that Randy has a young daughter to support, Mary, who Lou has let make the final decision on who to hire, hires Randy despite she not being qualified and there being other qualified applicants. Randy ends up being as incompetent and uncaring in this job as she was as a ...
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Mary explains to Murray the meaning of the word "feeb" over the closing credits, one of the few times in the series' run that the customary "curtain-call" credits weren't used. See more
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Written and performed by Sonny Curtis See more