An aspiring actress moves to New York City to try and make it big, having to take offbeat "temp" jobs to support herself in between auditions. Starring Marlo Thomas and Ted Bessell.
S01:E01 - Don't Just Do Something, Stand There
Ann has just gotten an acting job for a television commercial filming in the lobby of the office building, but an encounter with the chivalrous Donald may put her new job at risk.
S01:E02 - Good-Bye, Hello, Good-Bye
Ann Marie moves out of Brewster, New York to an apartment in New York City, with the help of her agent Harvey Peck and much to the chagrin of her father.
S01:E03 - Never Change a Diaper on Opening Night
Ann agrees to babysit for her neighbor and friend Judy Bessemer, who assures her that she'll be back long before Ann has to leave for her audition for an acting workshop.
S01:E04 - I'll Be Suing You
As Ann borrows Donald's car to move a rubber tree plant, a sewing machine salesman (Carl Ballantine) distracted by a pretty girl bumps into the car and sues her for damages.
S01:E05 - Anatomy of a Blunder
Ann talks Don into a drive to Brewster to pick up her old hi-fi system, which leads to an on-the-road picnic that goes wrong.
S01:E06 - Rich Little Rich Kid
While paying a parking ticket, Ann meets a rich young man (Sam Melville) who invests in the theater and tries to seduce her, much to the chagrin of Donald.
S01:E07 - Help Wanted
When Donald's secretary goes on maternal leave, Judy Bessemer suggests hiring Ann as a substitute.
S01:E08 - Little Auction Annie
Ann's acquisition of a box full of various items at an auction draws the attention of a mysterious stranger (Michael Conrad) who has a strong interest in one of its contents.
S01:E09 - Time for Arrest
Ann is found in jail in a cave-girl outfit, after replacing her neighbor and fellow actress Margie (Jackie Joseph) on a side job that turns out to be a catering job for a Mafia boss.
S01:E10 - Break a Leg
A friend of Ann's named Sandy Stafford (Sally Kellerman) lands a role in a Broadway show and asks Ann to be her understudy. While Sandy is staying with her, she comes down with the measles.
S01:E11 - What's in a Name?
Ann's attempt to adopt a stage name based on a suggestion from her agent is met with disapproval from her parents. The recycled version of the original pilot episode.
S01:E12 - Soap Gets in Your Eyes
Ann's role as a villainess in a soap opera compromises a potential relationship with Don's mother (Mabel Albertson). Will a visit from the actor playing the hero improve her image?
S01:E13 - All About Ann
Donald works with one of the actresses in Ann's workshop to do an article about her, but she thinks he's having an affair.
S01:E14 - Phantom of the Horse Opera
Ann's apartment building is being "haunted" by an old movie theater organist (Sterling Holloway).
S01:E15 - Beware of Actors Bearing Gifts
A member of Ann's acting workshop tries to buy her friendship.
S01:E16 - Christmas and the Hard-Luck Kid
Ann tells Donald about her stint as a teacher in a boarding school, trying to bring good tidings and joy to a boy who won't be able to go home for Christmas.
S01:E17 - Among My Souvenirs
While sifting through boxes of souvenirs, Ann finds a ring given to her by a high school sweetheart and attempts to return it.
S01:E18 - These Boots Weren't Made for Walking
Ann tries her luck as a traveling door-to-door saleswoman selling shoes. What her boss (Paul Lynde) doesn't tell her is that the shoes are made entirely from cardboard.
S01:E19 - Kimono My House
When Ann finds out how messy Don's apartment is, she hires a maid to help him clean the place up.
S01:E20 - Gone With the Breeze
Donald hands Ann the manuscript for a novel he wrote, which she is suddenly convinced she lost.
S01:E21 - Rain, Snow and Rice
At the Bauman's wedding in Connecticut, a snowstorm traps Ann, Don and their friends at the hotel, but only two rooms are available and Ann has no intention of sharing a bed with Donald.
S01:E22 - Paper Hats and Everything
While Ann expects a dinner date with her father to be a surprise birthday party, Judy assembles one on short notice just in case it isn't.
S01:E23 - What Are Your Intentions?
Ann's father presses Donald as to whether he intends to marry his daughter.
S01:E24 - A Tenor's Loving Care
A famous opera singer (Carroll O'Connor) makes a play for Ann while Don tries to get an interview with the temperamental celebrity.
S01:E25 - Leaving the Nest Is for the Birds
A family dinner put on by Ann to show that life in New York City is safe is spoiled by an alleged peeping Tom (Jerry Van Dyke).
S01:E26 - You Have to Know Someone to Be Unknown
Finding out that Broadway producer Harold J. Davis (Herbert Rudley) is seeking a fresh-faced unknown for his next play, Ann goes out of her way to get recognized by him.
S01:E27 - The Honeymoon Apartment
Ann's cheap cousin (Warren Berlinger) and his brand new bride insist on using her apartment for their honeymoon.
S01:E28 - This Little Piggy Had a Ball
While bowling with Donald just before she has to accept an award for another actress, Ann reads about another bowler who bowled with his toes...and makes the mistake of trying to do it herself.
S01:E29 - Author, Author
For an upcoming audition, Ann needs a comedic line and seeks help from both Donald and a washed-up comedy writer, neither of whom prove to be adequate.
S01:E30 - The Mating Game
While working on an expose on the inner workings of a game show called "The Mating Game," Donald sends Ann to go undercover as a bachelorette.