Marge, a friend of Ann's, asks the man of her dreams to marry her.



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Pete Peterson
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Pete, who has been in a touring stage production, comes back to New York earlier than expected as the play closed due to bad reviews. Since Pete sublet her apartment, Ann asks Pete to stay with her for the week until her tenants find other accommodations. The production was not a total failure for Pete as also in the company was the man of her dreams, George. After meeting George, Ann, who does like him, doesn't like the way that George seems to treat Pete like "one of the guys" instead of the woman that Pete is. Donald, on the other hand, sees George's actions as just the way he shows affection. When Pete and George's relationship goes off the rails following an action by Pete to advance it, Ann, with Donald's help, tries to help Pete get over George by setting her up with other potential men of her dreams. But can anyone replace George, despite his brusque manner, in Pete's heart? Written by Huggo

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7 March 1968 (USA)  »

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One of the best. Laugh out loud funny. Classic Donald.
15 January 2008 | by (Houston) – See all my reviews

Synopsis: Ruth Buzzi comes to stay with Ann for a few days and brings a hunky but oddball boyfriend along. When they have an argument, Ann and Donald take Ruth out on a series of blind dates.

Larry-view: A+. One of the best. Funny script with tight, witty dialog throughout. Marlo, Ted, and the hunky boyfriend come off perfectly and sparkling in their respective characters. Ruth less so but still comes across well with her silly style of hamming and somersaults. The various blind dates also come off well as colorful caricatures. Laugh out loud stuff all through. This is the classic Donald that made this show famous: lovable, charming, handsome, nice, and funny. Marlo is absolutely scintillating: drop dead gorgeous, glowing, adorable, larger than life. This is also the classic Ann Marie that made this show famous. If more "That Girls" would have been of this quality this show would have ranked up there with I Love Lucy and other classics.

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