Connie talks about having feelings for Mr Boynton, then about her favorite student, Walter Denton driving her to the beauty salon. Walter tells Miss Brooks about her rival, Miss Enright, going to the movies with Mr Boynton. If nothing else, Boynton is just as oblivious around Miss Enright as he is around Miss Brooks.
Frank Nelson is the hair dresser, and gets busy sprucing Miss Brooks up. Right after Miss Enright comes in to swap catty remarks with Miss Brooks. At the request of Miss Enright, the hairdresser gets special instructions to sabotage Connie’s hairdo. The new style is so transforming that people have trouble recognizing her.
At home, Connie talks with Mrs Davis about phone messages. She then chats with Boynton over the phone, about the movie he just went to . Mr Conkllin comes over to ask Mrs Davis to help with the school refreshments at the school dance. I don’t know if that will be a good move, but I’m not the one who has to eat it.
Conklin is driving Connie back to the salon to make an adjustment to her hair style, and he talks to her about his wife, and going to the beauty shop. Back home, Boynton phones her again, and Connie rethinks her hairdo once again. It looks like a busy day for the hair dresser. I wonder if he gets paid by the hairdo?
At the Conklin home, he tries to make his wife jealous, and inspired to take an interest in her looks. The odd twist doesn’t seem to work. At least Harriot is appropriately jealous. Time for the dance is getting close, and Connie gives the hair dresser one more whirl. At the dance, all the ladie’s beauty treatments are outdone by Mrs Conklin when she appears. A big surprise for Mr Conklin who is pleasantly surprised and speechless. Good for him, but when he reassigns Boynton to chaperone duties, it’s bad for Miss Brooks. No dancing for her.