This comedy by the author of Doubles and Temporary Help consists of three witty one acts about the difficulties inherent in relationships between men and women. In To Wit and to Whom a husband returns home just after leaving for work because he suspects his wife has a lover. A clumsy, tongue tied man struggles to find a way to ask an attractive, recently divorced woman to marry him in Otis Proposes. Triangles for Two introduces a long married couple who are dressing for a black tie affair. He is officious with a disdainful view of women while she clearly doesn't think much of men. Even so, each respects and loves the other.