Donald tells Ann that if she wasn't in his life, he probably would have worked this weekend. As such, Ann does allow Donald to live his "without her" life, as she decides to head back to Brewster to visit with her parents for the weekend. But that plan doesn't come totally to fruition as Lew and Helen are heading into the city for the weekend for a convention. So Ann is left to her own devices at her parent's house. When she isn't fondly and not so fondly reminiscing about her growing up period in Brewster, Ann, who has too much alone time on her hands, hears every little proverbial bump in the night. Those bumps do cause Ann some grief, but probably not quite in the way she initially suspected.
Did You Know?
In looking at the TV Programs magazine (a knockoff of TV Guide), Ann reads that Carmen Miranda
and Andy Russell
appear together in a 1943 movie where a girl aspiring to be in show business disguises herself as a banana. These two performers appear in only one movie together: Copacabana
(1947), which is not from 1943, but is from 1947 and is about an aspiring actress wearing a different kind of disguise (i.e. as a French chanteuse) in order to get her big break in show business. Carmen Miranda
does appear in The Gang's All Here
(1943) from 1943 and performs in a number wherein she comes very close to being disguised as a banana. See more
Ann looks up phone numbers of former classmates in a very thick phone book at her parents' house. But Brewster (population 2390 in 2010) and surrounding areas are too small for such a thick book. See more
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