George and Lynne are getting ready to go out. Lynne tries on a series of dresses which George thinks are too revealing and then too concealing. The final dress is, according to George, perfectly appealing.
Lynne is playing with George and he doesn't realise. They are getting ready to go to dinner at the house of a senior partner of his company. He has told George to tell his wife, Lynne, to wear something that shows off her figure but which isn't too revealing. George mentioned this in passing when the invite went out and Lynne has been waiting for her opportunity to tease him.
Having found a suitable dress, the one she was always going to wear, George will soon realise that it is too short and he can see her underpants. Having sorted out that wardrobe malfunction it will be time to turn to George's attire. He is insisting on wearing that blue shirt with a keyboard tie. Lynne will veto it and having already been in a foul mood for her joke backfiring will end up wearing the second dress just to spite George. This will not go down well at dinner.