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That Girl - Season 2
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This season debuted with one of the most popular episodes from the series. In "Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman," Ann gets a one-line role in a short-term revival of Gypsy and invites Ethel Merman (playing herself) back to her apartment for a home-cooked meal.
Here are all 30 color episodes from the second season, along with rare bonus material and guest appearances by Sid Caesar, Rob Reiner, Teri Garr, Ruth Buzzi, Rich Little, Bill Bixby, Norman Fell, Joan Blondell and Ethel Merman.
Marlo Thomas Interview Featurette
Never-Aired 1965 Pilot for Two's Company Starring Marlo Thomas
Audio Commentaries with Marlo Thomas and series co-creator Bill Persky
That Girl Promos
- 30 episodes on four discs
- Commentary by Marlo Thomas and co-creator Bill Persky on select episodes
- "That Show That Woman The Creation of That Girl: A New Beginning For Women" featurette
- Original, unaired "Twos Company" pilot starring Marlo Thomas
Top Customer Reviews
Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman 9/7/1967
The Good Skate 9/14/1967
Black, White and Read All Over 9/21/1967
To Each her Own 9/28/1967
The Apartment 10/5/1967
Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (1) 10/12/1967
The Philadelphia Story (2) 10/19/1967
There's Nothing to Be Afreud of But Freud Himself 10/26/1967
The Collaborators 11/2/1967
When in Rome 11/9/1967
Thanksgiving Comes But One a Year, Hopefully 11/23/1967
The Mailman Cometh 11/30/1967
It's a Mod, Mod World (1) 12/7/1967 040 0 Reviews 3.9
It's a Mod, Mod World (2) 12/14/1967 041 0 Reviews 3.1
'Twas the Night before Christmas, You're Under Arrest 12/21/1967
A Friend in Need 12/28/1967
Fur All We Know 1/4/1968
The Rivals 1/11/1968
Sixty-Five on the Aisle 1/18/1968
Call of the Wild 1/25/1968
The Other Woman 2/1/1968
He and She and He 2/8/1968
Great Guy 3/7/1968
The Detective Story 3/14/1968
If You Were Almost the Only Man in the World
Just Spell the Name Right 3/28/1968
The Beard 4/11/1968
The Drunkard 4/18/1968
Old Man's Darling
The boxset itself is another Shout! masterpiece full of content like commentaries (when they speak!) and even an unseen pilot Marlo shot before That Girl. The packaging is smart and colorful, durable and yet sensible, in a way they just packaged That Girl in the very way it was produced. I may have just found this show last year but it will be with me for a lifetime:) Please release season three ASAP!
Now if Shout! Factory would just release season sets (complete with similar bonus features) of a few fondly remembered, one-season-wonders from the same era: "Hey, Landlord", "Love on a Rooftop" and "Occasional Wife"!
The series follows the experiences of a young woman trying to lead her own life in the big city of New York--a bold concept for situation comedy in the 1960s. Marlo Thomas plays Ann Marie, who leaves a comfortable homelife in small-town Brewster for the bustle of New York. Armed with Broadway dreams and faithful boyfriend Donald Hollinger (Ted Bessell), most of the episodes in THAT GIRL tended towards Ann's various attempts to break into showbusiness. Lew Parker and Rosemary DeCamp play Ann's well-meaning parents. Sadly, producers did not bring back Ann's neighbours, Leon and Judy Bessemer (played by Dabney Coleman and Bonnie Scott) for the second year.
THAT GIRL was a ratings smash for the ABC network, originally airing in the lucrative Thursday night line-up with "Bewitched" and "The Flying Nun".
This 4-disc set from Shout! Factory includes all thirty uncut episodes from the second season of THAT GIRL, plus some great extras (new interviews with Marlo Thomas, audio commentaries on several key episodes, and rare promotional footage). The original unsold, unaired pilot of a proposed sitcom entitled "Two's Company" is also included here. It was Marlo's performance in this show that got producers at ABC talking about tailoring a sitcom especially for her...and the result was THAT GIRL.
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"Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman" - Ann Marie is ecstatic to get a role in a Broadway musical starring Ethel Merman, but becomes tongue-tied every time she sees her.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did you know Marlo Thomas married Phil Donahue? He was the host of The Phil Donahue Show.Published 4 months ago by Carl W.
What can I say? I have always loved this show with Marlo Thomas. I loved her as a teenager and I love her still.Published 8 months ago by benny