Donald can't stop gushing about how great his new secretary Pat Crawford is. Having only spoken to Pat on the telephone, Ann already doesn't like her if only because of a little jealousy in how fond Donald seems of her, and how Pat has effectively placed an air of formality in any connection between Ann and Donald at least during work hours. So when Ann finally meets her and sees that she is also an attractive young unmarried woman, Ann's jealousy and dislike only grows. Further, when Donald cancels one date after another with Ann for work reasons and as Donald needs to head off on an out of town business trip with Miss Crawford in tow, Ann makes a unilateral decision about her and Donald's relationship. Donald makes a unilateral decision of his own about his personal relationships which in turn results in Ann needing to do a little backtracking.