Doris falls in love with an Italian in Rome and is heartbroken when a difference comes between them.
Doris must cancel her vacation to assist the magazine owner’s wife with her annual charity ball.
Angie goes to a spa with Doris who’s on an undercover assignment spying on the wife of a convict.
Doris persuades her finicky neighbor Mr. Jarvis to run for a seat on the city council.
Doris’ dating service computer match turns out to be more than just a lonely bachelor.
Doris’ cousin Charlie gets her involved in an espionage plot following his visit to the Far East.
Doris’ ego-tripping boss complicates her efforts to line up an interview with a TV talk-show host.
Doris and Mr. Jarvis wind up in jail after they are suspected of robbing a jewelry store.
Doris invades an all male camp-out when Grandpa can’t make the trip with the boys.
A doctor takes interest in Doris after meeting her at a ski resort.
Doris is surprised to learn that she has won a Doris Day Look-Alike Contest which the boys entered her in without her knowledge.
Doris is surprised to find that Colonel Fairburn’s son is a hippie.
French couturier Montagne goes to great lengths to repeat an earlier success getting Doris to model at his San Francisco showing.
Doris comes to Leroy’s aid when he starts squandering his rodeo prize winnings.
A charming widower is concerned that his daughter Sue Ann who is going on her first date with Billy will find out that he has fallen for Billy’s mother.
Doris tries to help Angie and Louie’s marriage and inadvertently sets off a chain of events that might lead them into the opposite direction.
Doris tries to rescue the love-smitten Duke from a blonde socialite whom Doris believes to be a gold digging phony.
Doris is surprised when Jarvis gets a visit from his uncle who is surprisingly unlike Jarvis in every way.