Dick insults Nina once again and she has had it with him. She quits. Dick gives Harry the job but he's no good at the job. However, Dick is too stubborn to apologize to Nina and goes on without a secretary. After she hears Mary and Nina talk about their childhood ballet, Sally decides to take ballet lessons to get a youth. She also starts playing with Barbies and forces Tommy to play with her.
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Did You Know?
When Dick is reading the paper in the kitchen and Sally comes in dressed as a ballerina the headline on the paper reads, "Police Doubt Fire was Accidental" which is the headline from Mrs. Doubtfire. See more
Well, I can't take it anymore. I quit!
Dr. Dick Solomon
You can't quit. you're fired!
During the end-credits, an additional scene is shown with Dick & Mary at a photocopier. See more
References Pippi Longstocking