Woody Allen's period-piece paean to tough-but-softhearted broads and the wisecracking investigators who love 'em. Manhattan, 1940: Rumpled C.W. Briggs (writer-director Allen), a top investigator for North Coast Casualty and Fidelity, is constantly butting heads with forward-thinking efficiency expert Betty Ann Fitzgerald (Helen Hunt). She, meanwhile, is having an affair with the otherwise sweet and well-meaning company head, Magruder (Dan Aykroyd). When the office gang takes a colleague out for his birthday, nightclub mentalist Voltan (the masterful David Ogden Stiers) hypnotizes Briggs and Fitzgerald and tells them they're in love. Before snapping them out of it, Vo...