That Girl - Season 2

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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
That Girl fulfills the promise of the groundbreaking first season, but don't take our word for it. Marlo Thomas's Ann Marie, the quintessential small-town girl seeking a career as an actress in New York, is definitely getting noticed. The sparkling and literate episodes in That Girl's sophomore season not only broaden Ann's career prospects and that fabulous wardrobe one can't help but wonder how she can afford but also further ...
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Special Features

That Show... That Woman... The Creation of That Girl: A New Beginning for Women with Marlo Thomas; Never-aired 1965 pilot for Two's Company starring Marlo Thomas; Audio commentaries with Marlo Thomas and Bill Persky
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
That Girl fulfills the promise of the groundbreaking first season, but don't take our word for it. Marlo Thomas's Ann Marie, the quintessential small-town girl seeking a career as an actress in New York, is definitely getting noticed. The sparkling and literate episodes in That Girl's sophomore season not only broaden Ann's career prospects and that fabulous wardrobe one can't help but wonder how she can afford but also further test her relationship with writer boyfriend Donald Ted Bessel, with whom she has an "understanding" and -- thanks, network censors -- a "wholesome" relationship. They are separated when she accompanies a Broadway-bound play on its out-of-town tryout "Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder" but reunited when Donald arrives to review said play "The Philadelphia Story". Ann is romanced by a jet-setting English photographer the two-part "It's a Mod, Mod World" and, in a scenario that anticipates The Goodbye Girl, shares an absent Donald's apartment with an obnoxious, albeit charming and charismatic friend guest star Bill Bixby in "The Apartment." A bonus featurette makes a convincing case for That Girl as "a new beginning for women." Ann Marie is a TV icon, an empowering role model for a new generation of women not inspired by June Cleaver. But more than that, she's just delightful company.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/14/2006
  • UPC: 826663102031
  • Rating:

  • Source: Shout Factory
  • Presentation: Digi-Pak / Slip Sleeve
  • Time: 13:00:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 11,377

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Disc #1 -- That Girl: Season 2, Disc 1
   Play All
   The Episodes
      Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman
      Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman: Play With Commentary by Marlo Thomas & Series Co-creator Bill Persky
      The Good Skate
      Black, White and Read All Over
      To Each Her Own
      The Apartment
      Absence Makes the Heart Grow Nervous (Part One)
      The Philadelphia Story (Part Two)
   Bonus Feature
      Never Before Aired "Two's Company" Pilot
Disc #2 -- That Girl: Season 2, Disc 2
   Play All
   The Episodes
      There's Nothing to Be Afreud of but Freud Himself
      The Collaborators
      When in Rome
      When in Rome: Play With Commentary by Marlo Thomas & Series Co-creator Bill Persky
      Thanksgiving Comes but Once a Year, Hopefully
      The Mailman Cometh
      It's a Mod Mod World (Part One)
      It's a Mod Mod World (Part Two)
   Bonus Feature
      That Show... That Woman... The Creation of That Girl: A New Beginning for Women
Disc #3 -- That Girl: Season 2, Disc 3
   Play All
   The Episodes
      'Twas the Night Before Christmas, You're Under Arrest
      A Friend in Need
      Fur All We Know
      Fur All We Know: Play With Commentary by Marlo Thomas & Series Co-creator Bill Persky
      The Rivals
      Sixty-Five on the Aisle
      Call of the Wild
      The Other Woman
      He and She and He
Disc #4 -- That Girl: Season 2, Disc 4
   Play All
   The Episodes
      Odpdypahimcaifss (Translation: "Oh Don, Poor Don, Your Pants Are Hanging in My Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad")
      Odpdypahimcaifss (Translation: "Oh Don, Poor Don, Your Pants Are Hanging in My Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad"): Play With Commentary by Marlo Thomas & Series Co-creator Bill Persky
      Great Guy
      The Detective Story
      If You Were Almost the Only Man in the World
      Just Spell the Name Right
      The Beard
      The Drunkard
      Old Man's Darling
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    That Girl Season 2 Continues To Delight!

    After thoroughly enjoying Season 1 of That Girl, I anxiously awaited the release of Season 2. It was just as entertaining and funny and kept me wanting more episodes to be released. The look of the 1960's is totally captured in the decorating style of Ann Marie's New York City apartment, her colorful designer clothing and the sights of the city. Yet the show is timeless and the dialog and acting holds up after all this time. My young daughter-in-law is also a fan which proves that this DVD will be enjoyed by young and old.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    good and uplifting

    Although the storylines are rarely deep, it is a good way to enjoy something that just keeps you from thinking about your troubles. I guess that is why I bought the first and second seasons of this series.

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