Ron has his first lead article for the magazine, despite the on-the-surface dry nature of the topic: how international trade affects the average person. Things are down to the wire in getting it to press on Monday as Myrna still needs to type it and Nicholson needs to read it. Despite the tight time-line, Myrna just isn't in the mood to type it. Not typed correctly by the end of the day Friday, Myrna and Doris convince Ron to let Myrna complete it at home over the weekend, and Doris will personally proof-read the typed copy before getting it to him to give to Nick on Monday morning. By the time Doris arrives at Myrna's on Sunday afternoon, Myrna can't find where she left her completed typed copy or even the handwritten copy. Myrna, remembering that she put it in her purse to take to the office, and Doris have to retrace Myrna's less than conventional steps with the purse over the previous 24 hours, with Myrna's job on the line if they can't find it. They may have to go to extreme ...
Did You Know?
If you listen closely to the music that Doris is dancing to during the audition, it is an instrumental version of the song "Ups and Downs", which was a hit by the group Paul Revere & The Raiders
, who were produced by Miss Day's son Terry Melcher
. See more
Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)
Written by Jay Livingston
(as Livingston) & Ray Evans
Performed by Doris Day
Series theme song played over the opening titles and credits See more