A high end charity fundraiser is being held at Dino's, the private event being televised to bring further publicity. Among the highlights are the six young socialites chosen from around the country to model a total of $1 million dollars worth of jewels being loaned by jeweler, Halevy. Stuart has been hired by the insurance company to oversee the security of the jewels. After the organizers deal with a medical incident where "Miss Boston" Laura Stanley, a diabetic, goes into what is eventually deemed insulin shock, Halevy notices that the Morfield diamond necklace she was wearing, it valued at $100,000, has been replaced by a fake. The incident occurred when Stuart was dealing with another issue in the main room, namely throwing out known jewel thief, Phil Ashton. Halevy eventually receives a ransom request to pay the $100,000 after what would be the end of the charity event for return of the diamond, which may be a more palatable option to the insurance company than they paying the ...
Did You Know?
The first time that a song, besides the series theme song, is listed in the end credits, the song in question being "Kookie's Love Song". See more
[after her trio completes a performance of a love song for Kookie to his impromptu date
Hey Kookie, am I ginchy?
[followed by he planting a thankful kiss on her cheek
Ginchy? That's the squarest, doll! You're the skizziest!
Music by Richard Rodgers
Performed by The Frankie Ortega Trio
[Played when the girl asks if they can take off the jewelry] See more