That Girl: Season 3, Episode 12

Decision Before Dawn (12 Dec. 1968)

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Ann gets too much advice on what to do with the windfall in her latest paycheck.

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Ann receives notification that she has a residual check from an acting job down at the union office. She's expecting it to be a minimal amount in the realm of a couple of dollars. So she's shocked when she finds out it is for $743.62, which she believes makes her independently wealthy. When those around her bring her back down to earth in the realization that she can't yet retire, Ann receives a myriad of suggestions on what to do with her minor windfall. Her father thinks she should invest in stocks. Her mother thinks she should make a cultural investment in a piano. And Donald thinks she should travel. Ann, who has a sleepless night thinking about the issue, comes to the conclusion that she needs a new bed. But she also wants to please her loved ones by taking their advice. In achieving all these goals, what Ann decides to do with the money results in a slightly schizophrenic life and apartment, which ends up more closely resembling Grand Central Station. Written by Huggo

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The title is based upon the movie Decision Before Dawn (1951). See more »

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I've Got You Under My Skin
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Music & lyrics by Cole Porter
Performed by Marlo Thomas & Ted Bessell
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