When his temper flares, Mr Conklin has trouble keeping secretaries. In those cases, Connie Brooks gets extra duties to fill in, as she explains to Mrs Davis and Walter. Connie worries her need for glasses might spoil her looks, but Walter assures her that men won’t think less of her. Well… maybe.
On another note, Mr Conklin plans to throw a stag party for his brother in law. Before he can lock on an exotic dancer for the affair, school duties call him. Leaving Connie in charge while he goes to shop for the party, situations for comic mix ups are in place, when she is to answer a call to hire a new secretary.
Miss Leroy, the dancer shows up, and both of the ladies confuse what the other’s real occupation really is. Who knew that both working women had so much work jargon in common? Maybe the new “secretary” ought to prepare to show a sample of her work? How observant will Mr Boynton be with Connie’s new look?
At least the hormone infused Walter recognizes a scantily clad dancer when he sees one. Can the dancer be covered up before Mr Stone arrives to get notes for a speech to the PTA? Slow burns, awkward moments, and obfuscation, all lead to hilarious moments. There’s just one thing that saves the day… let’s just say the dancer gets around.