||Marge wants absolute perfection in the men she dates and drops one after another when they fall short of her standards. She is attracted to Gene Towns and they date, but Marge criticizes his hairstyle, his clothes, and the way he holds her when he kisses her. He takes offense at her incessant critiques, and drops her. One day, he reappears at her door, having made the changes in his style and life she wanted. Although he is now everything she wanted in a man, Marge realizes that what she loved was the old Gene with all his little imperfections rather than the new, perfect Gene. Later, he admits he pulled the make-over stunt to teach her a lesson. He resumes his old self, and Marge is delighted.