This made-for-television follow-up to screenwriter Frank Tarloff's frolicking 1968 feature, "Guide for the Married Man," is the 1978 seriocomic look at Julie Walker's life. Played by Cybill Shepherd, Walker is bored, bored, bored. So she contemplates having an affair, of course. A host of celebrities traipse in and out of her romantic fantasies about extramarital trysts with every man she encounters. The wry comedy features an all-star supporting cast with Barbara Feldon as Shepherd's best friend and confidante, Charles Funk as her disinterested and clueless hubby, Peter Marshall as a jogger who makes a mad dash for her heart, along with a host of others, such as Eve Arden, John Beradino, John Byner, Bill Dana, Bonnie Franklin, George Gobel, Tom Poston and Chuck Woolery.