After stepping on a scale and getting her weight and fortune on a card, Connie learns she is about to meet a tall dark man. who could that be? Mrs Davis is thrilld at the romantic prospect, but Connie is doubtful. To make sure of the fortune telling, the gals go to a tea shop to have their leaves read.
Walter gives Connie a lift to school, and needs advice about girls. It seems that Harriot has shunned him over her fortune of meeting a tall dark man. Only Harriots prediction came from a ouija board. Is there something to all this fortune telling? News reaches Connie about the new French teacher, a tall dark man who has all the females going crazy over him.
The sultry Jacques Monet has Connie squealing like a schoolgirl. with all the gals going gaga over the tall dark stranger, will this be Connie’s big chance to make Mr Boynton jealous? Conflicts arise over frogs. Macdugal, and Jacques intention to have frog legs for lunch. How canabalistic! Jacques shares a personal secret with Miss Brooks. He wants to make a proposal to her. Don’t worry, it’s not marriage. But it sets up a few cute and comic moments between Connie and the French teacher before she figures it out.
Features Gerald Moore as Jacques Monet. If you don’t recognize the name, he’s the same guy who is the hard boiled, tough detective, Philip Marlowe. Go Connie! Interestingly, Mr Boynton is played by Jeff Chandler, the voice behind tough New Orleans detective, Michael Shane.