Connie Brooks dreams of vacation plans at the breakfast table with her landlady, Mrs Davis. On the way to school, Mrs Conklin invites Connie to spend her vacation at their cottage at the lake. Even Mr Boynton is invited for the relaxing weekend, and to surprise Mr Conklin.
Mr Conklin has his own concerns about the rumors of the relationship between Miss Brooks and Mr Boynton, and implies that if things aren’t handled in a proper social standard, it could ruin her chances at becomeing head of the English department. Later, at Crystal Lake, Connie and Boynton surprise the stodgy principal, when they show up as part of Mrs Conklin romantic notions.
Will Mrs Conklin’s plans to spark Mr Boynton into noticing Miss Brooks produce any fruits? At best, there’s sure to be an annoyed reaction from Mr Conklin. Share some fun in the sun as the cast go swimming, and boating, but will the married mentors manage their work at matchmaking?
When Walter joins the mix, it’s enough to drive the hypertensive Mr Conklin over the top. Will there ever be a romantic moment between Boynton and Connie? Maybe.