Harriot talks with Miss Brooks about dating, romance, and the Valentines Day observances. The gals compare notes on how they are treated by their respective boyfriends. It seems that Mr Boynton could learn a few lessons from Walter Denton, but Walter has other than romantic reasons for dating Harriot Conklin.
Mr LaBlanc, the French teacher enters the picture, but Connie doesn’t want to get romantic with him. Still, he has some pointers on how she might get in closer with Boynton.
With Boyntons preoccupation with frogs, Connie acts on the advice from Mr lablanc and has Walter buy her a female frog from the pet shop. Will MacDugals spirits pick up with a girl frog around? With his animal worries over, will Boynton follow suit, and let nature take its course between him and Connie?
Mix ups make for comic situations when Connie’s frog isn’t a girl. Can she save the day and end up with a romantic date?