This is a delightful comedy about America's most beloved staqe family. The play embodies three skillfully interwoven stories: one dealing with Andy Hardy's love life; one dealing with the Judge's determination to retire from the bench and "take it easy and enjoy life," plus Mrs. Hardy's determination to dissuade him; and the third concerning Andy's sister, Marion, in a career-vs-marriage situation. When Andy comes home from his last year at Colorado Prep School - having managed a detour to Mexico which is several thousand miles out of his way - he arrives with the aplomb of a matador. How his cherished - and expensive - scheme of trying out the scientific system he has evolved for dating girls in general and Polly Benedict in particular backfires in the hands of a rival; how Mrs. Hardy threatens also to retire and take it easy if the Judge does, putting a "For Sale" sign on the front lawn and then finding herself in a spot where she has to sell - these are just a few of the many highlights of this comedy. The characters are richly human, and there is thoughout a thought-provoking quality which makes the play more than a mirth-provoking comedy - it is also very well worth while.