Titre original : An Invitation with a One-Way Ticket
Candy brings back home a basket of oranges from Florida for Albert and finds an invitation to the Broadway production of "Romeo and Juliet" along with a train ticket that Terry sent her. In seventh heaven, Candy talks of nothing anymore but Terry. Albert inquires after the boys she ever had feelings for, and she confesses that her first love was not Anthony, but the hilltop prince. Meanwhile, Susanna's mother blames Terry for the loss of Susanna's leg as much as he blames himself and demands that he stays with her all his life, because Susanna loves him. He goes by the hospital each day to pay Susanna a visit, but she wishes to see no one. Meanwhile, "the show must go on" and Karen takes Susanna's place. The Cornwell brothers, Patricia and Annie take Candy for a farewell dinner. As they enjoy an ice cream cone, they meet Eliza and Neil. Eliza tells Candy she will be going to Broadway and visit Terry. But nothing Eliza says can bring Candy out of her good mood. And while Eliza takes every opportunity to disparage Candy, Neil finds he cannot. Terry is finally welcomed by the depressed Susanna. She tries to be strong and asks after Candy, of whom Terry has not thought anymore since the accident. He tells her that Candy is coming, and in the face of the loss of her acting career and Candy's visit, Susanna breaks down and asks Terry not to be bothered by her anymore, to work on his Romeo and make Candy happy.