Donald is receiving a prestigious humanitarian award at a televised event this evening. Ann, with the assistance of one of Donald's colleagues Charlie, who has been stopping by her apartment at lunch each day over the past week to act as a model, is completing sewing a super hero costume for the collective "boys in the office" to give to Donald as a gag gift for winning the award. Donald is tickled by the gift, which he tries on right then and there at the office. As a further gag, Jerry steals his clothes, which he vows to Ann - who knew nothing about this part of the scheme - that he will return to Donald before the day is out so that Donald can at least get ready for the awards ceremony. In return, Ann vows not to tell Donald where his clothes are. Being "Super Don" in costume places Donald in some embarrassing situations, but the costume does have the effect of turning Donald into a super hero of sorts, which he hopes to culminate at the awards ceremony with a special topic at the...
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When Jerry mentions that Don must change into his super hero costume in the closet because a phone booth is not available and when the drunk passerby urges the policeman to avail the phone booth to Don who is desperate to get out of his super hero costume, the notion that a dressing room for a super hero is a phone booth (nearly a thing of the past nowadays with the ubiquitous use of cell phones) is an allusion to the classic Superman comic strip wherein Superman always did his lightning fast costume change in a phone booth. See more
Lyrics by Sam Denoff
Music by Earle Hagen
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