Mark drives the hopeful Kitty home after popping the b ig question. Plans for a wedding and honeymoon are made. Is she making the right decision?? Her family and friends think otherwise. Kitty has been let down before.
Kitty and Mark are too busy being dreamily in love as they make their plans. What could there be to worry about? Delicate family situations complicate matters.
Trying to make up, Mark has a hard time. Can Kitty believe him now? Will she melt once again in his arms? After the marriage, Kitty goes to Philadelphia to meet Mark’s uppercrust family. Will she meet up to their standards and expectations? Maybe the young couple should just run away together.
PS: There’s an interesting figure of speech in the show, “Free, white, and 21” meaning that you’re old enough and responsible to make your own decisions. Does the opposite of those things, or being any less and different from those 3 adjectives mean a person is in some way incompetitant? Or less capable, or deserving?