That Girl

That Girl

Season Two

DVD - 2006
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Aspiring actress Ann Marie and her devoted boyfriend Donald Hollinger see their relationship grow deeper, but Ann still isn't going to put marriage plans ahead of her career. Her determination starts to pay off as Ann finds herself in a play with Ethel Merman, begins to appear in commercials, is cast in a Broadway hit and shows up on the cover of a magazine. Of course, Ann's doting parents still worry about their daughter, and her father clings to the notion that no man--including Donald--is good enough for Ann.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Shout! Factory ; New York, NY : Distributed by Sony BMG Music Entertainment, [2006]
ISBN: 9780738935959
Branch Call Number: DVD 791.4572 THAT SEASON2
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (ca. 780 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Feb 21, 2018

Let me tell ya - If I ever happen to encounter a girl who even comes close to being like "that" girl - I will run, run, run away in "that" opposite direction - Like - Pronto! I really will.

My overall summary of "That Girl" goes like this - It was an irksome, ill-conceived TV show all about a dumb, clueless, annoying blond who just happened to be a brunette. End of story.

As far as the Ann Marie character being a "struggling actress" goes - With a super-low IQ like hers - It's no wonder she was struggling - 'Cause - (Let's face it) - Real-life actress, Marlo Thomas (who played that girl) couldn't act her way out of a wet, paper bag. (No. Not even if her life depended on it)

Anyway - I cannot believe that this dreary, painfully predictable TV show was such a big, comedy hit way back in the mid-1960s ('cause it actually endured for 5 unbelievably awful seasons).


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