Zac makes a date with lovely Beverly for the Saturday night dance, but when beautiful Bunny calls, Zac anxiously agrees to take her to the dance. He will just have Leo take Beverly instead and he will feign the flu. Max tells Alex he's got a plan to teach his young apprentice a thing or two about common courtesy and obligation and directs her to the mirror. Suddenly she's transformed into a gorgeous teenage redhead wearing a daisy in her hair. The daisy transforms her into Daisy Willis, Mumford high's new student from Oklahoma.
Leo strikes out with Beverly and when Zac meets Daisy at school, he immediately gives Leo Bunny's phone number and walks off making arrangements with Daisy for Saturday night. But the phone number doesn't do Leo any good, Bunny turns him down. Zac shows up to take Daisy to the dance, but she is surprised to see him, explaining she heard he was sick so she made another date. Leo then arrives to take his new acquaintance to the dance and Zac is left out in the cold.
The next day Leo tells Zac he's in love. He had the time of his life and he wants to marry Daisy. Zac goes to Merlin to tell him he finally learned his lesson without anyone's help. But Merlin shows Zac who Daisy really is. Seeing the seriousness of the situation after Zac tells Merlin about Leo's feelings, Max goes through a series of events to try to straighten Leo out. Zac tells Leo he better break it off with Daisy, but he's afraid he will hurt her feelings. Leo confronts Daisy's "family," and proceeds to bore them with an hour-long presentation on how he is not good enough for her. Daisy pretends to be upset, nearly breaking Leo's heart. He rushes to her and explains he is prepared to accept his responsibilities and marry her.
Max is forced to turn to drastic measures. He parades a group of Oklahoma farm folks by Leo, explaining that they will also be moving in with Leo. Then Daisy's "first husband" arrives and begs Daisy to reconcile with him. Leo encourages her to go back with him. Then Leo leaves relieved, prepared to never think about dating as long as he lives.
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