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That Girl: Season Five
That Girl Season Five
Actors: Marlo Thomas, Ted Bessell
Director: Hal Cooper
Genres: Comedy, Television
G     2009     10hr 0min

The fifth and final season of That Girl leads the audience down the aisle. Ann Marie (Marlo Thomas) and Donald Hollinger (Ted Bessell) finally cement their long relationship with an engagement to wed. The ring, the cake, t...  more »


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Actors: Marlo Thomas, Ted Bessell
Director: Hal Cooper
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Comedy, Classic TV
Studio: Shout Factory
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 05/05/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 10hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 6
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: G (General Audience)
Languages: English

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Five Stars for Season Five and the Finale of That Girl!
Tante Maren | Ohio, United States | 01/11/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Finally, we get to have the fifth and final season of That Girl! It has been a wait that is well worth waiting for! Ann finally becomes engaged to her 4 year boyfriend, magazine executive Donald Hollinger. This season features a few episodes that focus on just how serious planning to get married is for Ann and Donald.
There are great guest stars in this last season that include the great Phil Silvers playing Ann's Uncle and Cloris Leachman playing Don's sister. For the second time, Ann's real life father, Danny Thomas appears in her show, and this time he does more than just a walk-on. Ann and her father Danny close this episode with a musical stage number! This last season closes with highlights of all 5 years of That Girl, while Ann and Don remember their favorite moments together, when they are trapped in an elevator. It's a fitting ending for such a wonderful series!
Here are the final seasons episodes from 113 to 136:

113.(9-25-1970) COUNTER PROPOSAL...After 4 years of dating, Donald pops the question.
114.(10-2-1970) DONALD, SANDY, HARRY AND SNOOPIE...Cloris Leachman guest stars as Donald's sister who is serious about a man Donald thinks is not good enough for her, so Donald sends Ann to spy on him.
115.(10-9-1970) I AIN'T GOT NOBODY...Ann finds her reputation tarnished when her photo suddenly turns up in Playpen Magazine's foldout, wearing nothing more than a staple.
116.(10-16-1970) NO MAN'S A MANHATTAN ISLAND...Ann appears on a game show Know Your Neighbor, and when she does poorly, decides to get to really know her neighbors.
117.(10-23-1970) RATTLE OF A SINGLE GIRL...Worried Ann wants pre-marital counseling.
118.(10-30-1970) THERE SURE ARE A BUNCH OF CARDS IN ST.LOUIS (Part 1)...Ann travels to St. Louis to both appear in a play and meet Donald's parents, and Ann is certain that Donald's mother hates her.
119.(11-6-1970) THERE SURE ARE A BUNCH OF CARDS IN ST.LOUIS (Part 2)...Baseball great Stan Musial guest stars in this finale.
120.(11-13-1970) THAT CAKE...Ann loses her engagement ring in a fruit topped cheesecake that she bakes for New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller.
121.(11-20-1970) THAT GIRL'S DADDY...When Ann's mother is away visiting relatives, Ann's lonely father Lou spends a few days with her and takes a liking to one of Ann's flirty friends.
122.(11-27-1970) STOP THE PRESSES, I WANT TO GET OFF...Ann volunteers to write an article for a magazine while doing a photo shoot for them, not realizing the magazine knows she'll get Donald to do the actual writing for really cheap.
123.(12-4-1970) SUPER REPORTER...Don is forced by Ann and his friends to wear a "Super Don" suit to mark his milestone at Newsview Magazine.
124.(12-11-1970) THAT SENORITA...Doing a comedy sketch, Ann finds some of the jokes degrading to Latinos. Alejandro Rey guest stars.
125.(12-18-1970) AN UNCLE HERBERT FOR ALL SEASONS...Ann's father's brother Herbert comes to visit Ann from Iceland with some of his get-rich schemes. The great comedy master Phil Silvers guest stars.
126.(1-1-1971) THAT SCRIPT...Ann schemes to meet a noted American writer whose book she sees as a perfect vehicle for a movie with her as the lead. William Windom guest stars.
127.(1-8-1971) THOSE FRIARS...Ann inherits her Uncle Harry's old trunk filled with bits and pieces from his vaudeville career. Milton Berle and Danny Thomas guest star, with Ann and real-life father Danny Thomas doing a musical number at the end of the episode.
128.(1-15-1971) A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT...Donald gets cold feet and breaks his engagement to Ann.
129.(1-29-1971) THE RUSSIANS ARE STAYING...Ann helps a Russian comedian defect and the KGB are following Ann.
130.(2-5-1971) THAT SHOPLIFTER...Ann believes she is testing the staff's alertness by shoplifting for "security", until she realizes the real security is not the security she's been working for.
131.(2-12-1971) CHEF'S NIGHT OUT...When Ann's father takes a vacation from his restaurant and the staff are out with the flu, Ann and Don run the restaurant themselves during the weekend rush.
132.(2-19-1971) THAT KING...Ann is contacted by the U.S. State Department for the sake of international diplomacy when the King of Kowali wants to meet her after seeing her in a commercial. Donald gets jealous until they find out that the King's age certainly does not match up with Ann's.
133.(2-26-1971) STAG PARTY...Donald's friends throw him a bachelor party.
134.(3-5-1971) TWO FOR THE MONEY...Ann gets assigned a modeling job at Belmont Race Track where co-incidentally a horse has her name. Don's friends see this as a sign and all bets are on.
135.(3-12-1971) SOOT YOURSELF...Ann pickets Newsview Magazine where Donald works with an ecology minded group.
136.(3-19-1971) THE ELEVATED WOMAN...When Ann and Don get stuck in an elevator, they go through memories together showing some of the most classic scenes of the entire series.

Good old fashion clean television shows
Jennifer J. Kettle | 05/26/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love That Girl. I love everything about it. Morals and humor are compatible no matter what Hollywood says!"
I will miss this show!!!
C. Bunkowski | 06/06/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am 29 years old and my mom used to love this show whn she was younger so me and my sister bought Season one for her for her birthday one year. I watched one or two of the shows with my mom and when she was done watching it i took it and watched it. After that i bought all the seasons for myself on DVD. I love this show. i just got done watching the fifth season and i dont know what i'm going to do - i want more! This was a great season, just like all the others it's hilarious and it makes me happy everytime i watch it. if i'm in a bad mood, i can't be after i watch this show. I'm going to miss it!!!!"
+Chaps and -Chips! Hahahaha!!
William Smith | Fontana, CA United States | 05/10/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)


You can't go wrong with Don and Ann's chemistry.. I think we all know this is a TV show while watching but to me they are as legit a couple as you will ever find on TV.. and beyond. The amount of dialogue learned for some episodes is often staggering, check out Counter Proposal the first episode of the season.. the exhaustive explanation Ann gives for not wanting to see the price or her ring and the ways around that are simply marvelous! Another plus is Shout factories continued consistent packaging and not skimping on the extras just because this is a final season. Plus the scripts are still often fairly strong for a 5th season; That Script, Counter Proposal, and Uncle Herbert come to mind.


Where on earth did they get the crazy notion for a theme song change to this degree? I am a fan of music of this era but I have to say the new theme song is horrendous! I'm not really crazy about Ann's new shaggy mop. The show benefits from a certain innocence and looking at Ann's mop sort of reminds me of the real world of this era.. hard to explain. Lastly, I have to mention the major flop of 'That Senorita', wow, just painful to watch. The script is overly PC and poorly acted imo and tries to make a point on racial stereo-types and the very next episode they meet Uncle Herbert at the airport and are greeting by Asian tourists who all take pictures of each other. I thought it was hilarious but out of step with the message of the previous episode."