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To help Jack impress an old friend visiting from out of town, Rhoda offers to be his date for the evening. Jack spares no expense to make the evening special in his mind, the effort which Rhoda appreciates if not the actual actions. Things change once she meets Jack's friend Larry Kruger, and Larry's wife, Sharon Kruger, at the restaurant. For Rhoda, it's hate at first sight as Larry is a self-centered, egotistical male chauvinist who doesn't care who she is. Sharon is a stereotypical dumb blond who is subservient to Larry's every whim. Jack feels the only way to impress Larry is to be exactly like him, which by association includes Rhoda treating him exactly the way Sharon treats Larry. The slow disintegration of the dinner speeds up once Rhoda learns from Larry and Sharon what Jack has told them about her. The dinner hits an abrupt end due to an action by Jack which results in a further action by Rhoda in retaliation. The question becomes whether Jack and Rhoda's relationship, both personal and professional, can overcome this evening.
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