Cupid has let loose with is arrow, and love strikes in Pine Ridge. It’s not Lum this time. Instead, Andy is in love with Zazu Pitts, but she doesn’t know it yet. Lum takes it upon himself to play matchmaker, and arrange a coming out party. Cupid with a handlebar moustache.
Wanting to do it right, Lum consults the high society pages of the news paper. To help with Abner’s confusion, a book on etiquette is read..
How will Andy feel about his status as debutante, the butterfly coming out at the ball… just like Cinderellla? Abner still thinks the two are just nuts. Interesting, but nuts. The role playing finally gets to Andy as well. Will he draw the line at wearing a dress?
Lum goes to build up Andy to Zazu Pitts, but as he departs, she enters.
Abner learns that she secretly has a crush on Lum. Though he tries to tell her about Andy’s party, she takes it to mean the engagement announcement is for her. Opie Cates and his orchestra play, Digga Digga Doo.
Abner shares with Opie about the mix up. The matter is a little too much for the two of them to grasp, The matter is cause for Opie
to share with Abner about a failed love interest he had many years ago.
Getting back to Lum. The fly has just walked into the spider’s web. Mix ups explode as honeymoon plans are made. Zazu can’t understand why Andy needs to join her, and Lum
is confused at her mixed messages towards him. Poor Andy, how will it all turn out at the ball?