1. COUNTER PROPOSAL
Donald finally pops the question to Ann but trouble brews when she discovers her engagement ring may have had a previous owner.
2. DON AND SANDI, AND HARRY AND SNOOPY
When Donaldís sister arrives for a visit with her new boyfriend, who just happens to be an actor, Don enlists Ann to launch an investigation into his background.
3. I AINíT GOT NOBODY
Donald is shocked to discover Ann is this monthís centrefold in Playpen Magazine. Even more shocked is Ann, who has never posed for such a picture.
4. NO MAN IS A MANHATTAN ISLAND
Ann tries her luck on a game show where knowing all about your neighbours is the key to instant money. Problem is, she doesnít know all that much about them! .
5. RATTLE OF A SINGLE GIRL
A married friend of Annís convinces her she and Donald should visit a marriage counsellor before their nuptials. They have no complaints about each other to convey at the session, but afterwards the truth is slowly revealed.
6. THERE SURE ARE A BUNCH OF CARDS IN ST. LOUIS (PART 1)
Ann travels with Donald to his hometown of St. Louis to appear in a play, and meet his relatives and friends, but is soon alarmed upon meeting an old flame of Donaldís.
7. THERE SURE ARE A BUNCH OF CARDS IN ST. LOUIS (PART 2) Ann is convinced Donaldís mother hates her, so when the lead role becomes available in the play in which sheís performing, Ann jumps at the chance in order to impress her.
8. THAT CAKE
Ann appears as ďMiss EverythingĒ at the ďNew York Has EverythingĒ exhibit, but the simple task of baking a cake turns into a frantic search when she loses her engagement ring.
9. THAT GIRLíS DADDY
Itís role reversal when Ann is concerned her fatherís platonic relationship with one of her acting friends may be more than meets the eye.
10. STOP THE PRESSES I WANT TO GET OFF
A shrewd magazine publisher hires Ann as a reporter, knowing full well that Donald will end up helping her write the articles, therefore snagging his talent at little cost.
11. SUPER REPORTER
Donald wins a prestigious writing award, so Ann and their friends present him with his very own Super Reporter costume. But Jerry takes things too far when he hides Donís clothes leaving him to really act the super hero.
12. THAT SENORITA
Ann is torn between a great opportunity and her conscience when she is made aware the Hispanic character she is playing in a Broadway revue could be taken as offensive.
13. AN UNCLE HERBERT FOR ALL SEASONS
Annís loveable but eccentric Uncle Herbert arrives for a visit, but when he fails to pay for anything, it soon becomes clear perhaps Louís belief that his brother is a con-man is right on the money.
14. THAT SCRIPT
Ann is captivated by a novel and seeks out the reclusive writer to convince him to turn the story into a screenplay, unaware she is closer to the story than she realises.
15. THOSE FRIARS
A mysterious trunk is willed to Ann by her late uncle Harry, bringing with it some over-zealous attention from Milton Berle and Danny Thomas. Just what is so valuable about that trunk?
16. A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT
Ann has her bridal shower, but Donald has caught cold feet and breaks off their engagement, leaving her to wonder about what the future holds without him.
17. THE RUSSIANS ARE STAYING
Ann takes a shine to a Russian comedian whom she ends up helping to hide when he decides to defect. But she may have involved herself too deeply when the Russian Secret Service start following her.
18. THAT SHOPLIFTER
Working as an announcer in a department store becomes the perfect disguise for Ann to take up shoplifting on behalf of the store security officer. But she soon becomes aware the man isn't employed by the store and that she has been stealing for real.
19. CHEFíS NIGHT OUT
Ann and Donald come to the rescue to run her fatherís restaurant for an evening, leaving Donald to learn the fine art of being a matreĎd... and a chef!
20. THAT KING
Ann is asked by the U.S. State Department to accompany the King of Kowali on a date, but is surprised to discover he is an 11-year-old brat.
21. STAG PARTY
Itís the night of Donaldís bachelor party, and like all girls before her, Ann worries the night just may get a little out of hand. Donald becomes a little too intoxicated and dreams about his marriage.
22. TWO FOR THE MONEY
Donald and his work pals form a syndicate and ask Ann to place their bet on a sure thing whilst she is modelling at the race track. But the win turns into a loss when Ann loses the ticket.
23. SOOT YOURSELF
Ann becomes aware of the effects of pollution on the environment and targets Donaldís boss, Mr. Adams, by inviting him to an anti-pollution dinner to prove her point.
24. THE ELEVATED WOMAN
Ann finds Donaldís article about womenís liberation to be condescending, so insists he accompany her to a meeting on the issue. On the way they become stuck in an elevator, providing plenty of time to discuss men and women.
DVD Special Features
Four Audio Commentaries with series star Marlo Thomas