Ann Marie is working at a newsstand in an office building. She meets Donald Hollinger, a magazine writer who works there. Ann has just gotten an acting job for a television commercial filming in the lobby of the office building.
Ann Marie moves out of Brewster, New York to an apartment in New York City, with the help of her agent Harvey Peck (Ronnie Schell), much to the chagrin of her father (Lew Parker).
Ann agrees to babysit for her neighbor and friend, Judy Bessemer, who assures her that she'll be back long before Ann has to leave for her audition for an acting workshop.
As Ann borrows Donald's car to move a rubber tree plant, a sewing machine salesman (Carl Ballantine) distracted by a pretty girl bumps into the car and sues her for damages.
Ann talks Don into a drive to Brewster to pick up her old hi-fi system, which leads to an on-the-road picnic that goes wrong.
While paying a parking ticket, Ann meets a rich young man (Sam Melville) who invests in the theater and tries to seduce her, much to the chagrin of Donald.
Landmark '60s sitcom may not click with kids.
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