Season 2 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 30
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 30
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
That Girl Season 2 (1967-1968)
|2x01 Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman |
Ann is elated but nervous when she learns that she'll be on stage with the famous Ethel Merman who chose Ann for a walk-on role in "Gypsy". Source: www.TVRage.com
|Sep. 07, 1967|
|2x02 The Good Skate |
In order to get a part in a commerical for a brand of soda, Ann must learn to rollerskate. Source: www.TVRage.com
|Sep. 14, 1967|
|2x03 Black, White and Read All Over |
Donald, having finally finished his novel, begins to send it out to publishers, but starts to get discouraged when after the twelfth rejection slip arrives in his mailbox. Ann's father ...
|Sep. 21, 1967|
|2x04 To Each her Own |
While researching for an article on computer dating, Donald does a Compudate and ends up paired up with an attractive model, making Ann jealous. So to get back at Donald, Ann does her ...
|Sep. 28, 1967|
|2x05 The Apartment |
While Ann's apartment is being painted, she is forced to borrow Donald's apartment for her new telemarketing job since Donald's out of town. But complications arise when Donald's friend ...
|Oct. 05, 1967|
|2x06 Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (1) |
Ann Marie's elation at winning a Broadway role fades when she realizes its Philadelphia opening will mean a long separation from Donald.
|Oct. 12, 1967|
|2x07 The Philadelphia Story (2) |
Despite attention from a fellow castmate, Ann misses Donald while in Philadelphia to do a play.
|Oct. 19, 1967|
|2x08 There's Nothing to Be Afreud of But Freud Himself |
After a meeting with a famous doctor, Donald uses what he has learned to find out all out Ann's personality.
|Oct. 26, 1967|
|2x09 The Collaborators |
Ann and Donald learn that a couple that works together also fights together when they collaborate on a play about her life.
|Nov. 02, 1967|
|2x10 When in Rome |
Ann wins a part in an Italian movie, but turns it down when she discovers a nude scene.
|Nov. 09, 1967|
|2x11 Thanksgiving Comes But One a Year, Hopefully |
The Hollingers are upset that their son isn't coming home for Thanksgiving, and the Maries are upset that a family tradition is being broken. Trying to cook everyone's favorite dishes, ...
|Nov. 23, 1967|
|2x12 The Mailman Cometh |
While modeling at a famous restaurant, Ann meets an agent named Seymour who gets her a date with Dick Shawn as a publicity stunt, but he doesn't know about it!
|Nov. 30, 1967|
|2x13 It's a Mod, Mod World (1) |
Ann meets a fashion photographer named Noel Prince, whom Donald dislikes. Noel wants to take her to California to do a shoot.
|Dec. 07, 1967|
|2x14 It's a Mod, Mod World (2) |
Noel falls for Ann badly. Don sees a newspaper photo of Ann and Noel being arrested for frolicking in a fountain, he's on the next plane to Los Angeles.
|Dec. 14, 1967|
|2x15 'Twas the Night before Christmas, You're Under Arrest |
Ann purchases tickets for the Baumans from a scalper. Giving the scalper a check with her address on it and saying the tickets are for her neighbors, she fears they may be robbed (on ...
|Dec. 21, 1967|
|2x16 A Friend in Need |
When Ann sprains her ankle at work, Donald comes to the rescue cooking gourmet meals and cleaning her apartment with a vengeance.
|Dec. 28, 1967|
|2x17 Fur All We Know |
A fortune hunter named Buzzy has his eyes on Ann when she wears a borrowed chinchilla stole to wear at an elite party.
|Jan. 04, 1968|
|2x18 The Rivals |
Ann takes boyfriend Donald home to spend the weekend with her parents, only to find that her father is jealous of Don and sees him as a rival.
|Jan. 11, 1968|
|2x19 Sixty-Five on the Aisle |
After Ann invites her parents to see her Broadway debut, she learns that her lines have been cut considerably. Ann asks her father to change his reservations to the following night ...
|Jan. 18, 1968|
|2x20 Call of the Wild |
Ann becomes convinced that she has no sex appeal when she lands a part as the Creamy Soap Girl because the producer sees her as a fresh scrubbed face that no housewife could resent ...
|Jan. 25, 1968|
|2x21 The Other Woman |
Lou escorts Ethel Merman just to be nice, and the publicity thinks that they are an item much to Helen's dismay.
|Feb. 01, 1968|
|2x22 He and She and He |
Donald is stunned when Ann receives a marriage proposal from British fashion photographer Noel Prince. Noel expects his answer in the morning, despite Ann's protestations that she loves ...
|Feb. 08, 1968|
|2x23 Odpdypahimcaifss |
Mrs. Hollister stays at Ann's apartment and finds a pair of her son's pants hanging in Ann's closet.
|Feb. 22, 1968|
|2x24 Great Guy |
Marge tells Ann that she has met the man of her dreams, but he backs out when she proposed marraige.
|Mar. 07, 1968|
|2x25 The Detective Story |
Ann gets obscene phone calls and a police chief is called to stay with her. Donald thinks that there is something going on between the two of them when he comes out of Ann's bedroom ...
|Mar. 14, 1968|
|2x26 If You Were Almost the Only Man in the World |
Ann is knocked out by a baseball and the doctor that treats her looks exactly like Donald.
|Mar. 21, 1968|
|2x27 Just Spell the Name Right |
Ann is pressured to hire unscrupulous press agent Eddie Edwards who promptly links her to a divorce scandal with actor Buddy Hobart in the hopes that it will boost Ann's career.
|Mar. 28, 1968|
|2x28 The Beard |
Ann dislikes Donald's new beard and takes measures to get him to shave it off.
|Apr. 11, 1968|
|2x29 The Drunkard |
A drunk comedian named Marty is taken in by Ann to sober up, and he thinks that they had an affair.
|Apr. 18, 1968|
|2x30 Old Man's Darling |
Ann meets an elderly man, Andrew Washington at a party when he accidentally spills his shrimp cocktail on her new white crepe dress. He tries to make it up to her by giving her gifts, ...
|Apr. 25, 1968|
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Season 2 Characters
Season 2 Videos[none added]
Season 2 Quotes
|Season 2 / Episode 10: - When in Rome|
Vittorio Barrini: What have you appeared in? Tell me your credits.
Ann Marie: Well, last season I appeared in a play with Ethel Merman, for a whole weekend.
Vittorio Barrini: Oh, and how did you do?
Ann Marie: Well, the director said...
Vittorio Barrini: No, no, no. How do *you* think you did. Were you good?
Ann Marie: [chuckles] I loved me.
|Season 2 / Episode 28: - The Beard|
Donald Hollinger: Do you really mean it?
Ann Marie: No. Dramatic exit lines run in the family.
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