Liz tries to butter up George in hopes that he’ll let her try out for the play that the Young Matrons League will be performing. It’ll be all the rage of the social register. Not to mention there will be an important Hollywood director in the audience.
Despite George’s best judgement, Liz goes to the try outs anyway. Will she make as big a fool of herself as George expects she will? To enhance her chances of impressing the director, and after Liz finds out from George’s friend Corey that he and Corey are friends with him, she conspires to have the Hollywood man over for dinner
. At the tryouts, Liz manages to frustrate the acting coach. Later at home, Liz practices her lines, and George begins to think somebody is losing their mind. He even goes to consult a psychiatrist. The doc suggests a casual environment to observe Liz, so a plan for a dinner date is made. Watch out for mix ups, and misunderstandings when she mistakes the doctor for the director.
The overly dramatic Liz definitely makes an impression alright.