“Don’t take my picture, dahling,” Zsa Zsa Gabor pleaded. “People will think I’m getting fat with all this food.” Of course I didn’t comply as I didn’t believe she’s in danger of getting fat any time soon. Zsa Zsa was grazing at the buffet table at Ma Bell’s restaurant following the opening of Good Evening Nov. 14, 1973, at the Plymouth Theatre. The hilarious play features Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, both back in New York for the first time since their great success a decade ago in Beyond the Fringe. Cook’s fiancée, Judy Huxtable, wore hot pants even though no other fashion-conscious woman would be seen in them these days because, she said, “Peter thinks I look sexy in them.” Also at the opening night party were Julie Newmar, Jack Albertson, John Gavin, and Constance Towers, none of whom seemed to mind the hot pants.