During the chase, while constantly changing places on the two cars and two cabs involved, and while eluding a zealous cop's attempts at stopping them, the three couples clarify their feelings for each other, and at the airport, Frank and Sylvia reconcile and depart for Fiji, Rudy and Gretchen console themselves with a trip together to the Hawaii, and Helen forgives Bob, who has already found a new job as a respectable journalist, and the two of them fly to Vegas to marry. The film was a box-office hit and one of the top 20 highest-grossing films of 1964. The numbers of young people suffering from depression in the last 10 years has risen worryingly, an expert says.

Helen panics at the idea that she's in turn falling for a married man, and upon suggestion from her mother, she meets Sylvia and tells her to go back to work at Frank's office, where the two of them first met and could stand together against Frank's business rivals.

Sylvia had initially rejected that suggestion coming from Frank (who had heard it from Bob), but she ultimately decides to follow the advice, thus reconciling with her husband.

The woman can't be named to protect the identities of her sons.

She sobbed in Kitchener's Ontario Court on Friday as the two incest charges were read out and the facts given.

Helen is very offended, having lost six appointments with patients due to the article discrediting her.

Bob wants to follow up by interviewing her, but she refuses.

The boys began visiting the woman and her boyfriend at her home again this year. He and his mother began a conversation about his girlfriend, which turned to sexual matters.

The two embraced, removed their clothes and sexual intercourse followed. His mother helped him downstairs to bed and started to tuck him in.

Guidelines on treating childhood depression will be published next year.

Professor Kendall says a lot more needs to be done to treat the illness. The Toronto Star, Kitchener-Record, by DIANNE WOOD, TORSTAR NEWS SERVICE, October 3, 2004 Kitchener - A Kitchener woman has pleaded guilty to having sexual intercourse with her two teenage sons on separate occasions.

A terminally lovestruck Bob forces another meeting with Helen and tries to convince her his marriage isn't legal, but Helen insists on hearing it from his wife and secretly asks her to come to her office.