That Girl: Season 3, Episode 23

Fly Me to the Moon (6 Mar. 1969)

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Ann has a job with Air Force public relations when she is supposed to help Donald in his apartment.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Noam Pitlik ...
Joseph V. Perry ...
Fletcher (as Joe Perry)
Joe Higgins ...
Staff Sergeant (as Joe Higgens)
Richard Jury ...
Ken Greenwald ...
Robert Colbert ...
Major Brian James


With only an address and contact name in hand from her agent, Ann attends what she believes is an audition, the part of which she is unaware. So she is surprised when the address is for an air force office, and the contact name, Brian James, is a reservist major. The job, which she has already been approved for by the government, is a short term one as Miss Air Force, whose role is to provide a face for public relations in an effort to recruit women, specifically to recruit the first American woman sent to the moon. Despite Ann believing she isn't right for the job, Major James personally picked her after seeing her perform in a play. The job has Major James flying Ann all around the country for personal appearances and photographic shoots. Donald isn't too happy about Ann's new job for two reasons. First, Ann was supposed to be in charge of the remodeling work in his apartment, the actual work which has just started, and Ann who was supposed to deal with all the contractors. With Ann... Written by Huggo

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The title is based on the song "Fly Me to the Moon" written by Bart Howard in 1954 and became a standard for Frank Sinatra. See more »


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unusual ep of THAT girl
5 April 2012 | by (southwest US) – See all my reviews

SPOILERS ***** Ann is selected to be the rep for the U.S. Air Force.. she flies all over the country, calling Donald from every major city, but we never see her being filmed.. not sure what the point is of flying her all over if she's not being filmed. The major who chose her notices that Ann seems to make all the decisions for Donald; what they don't know is that Ann is redoing the apartment, but now that she is away, Donald keeps trying to reach her to find out what color and patterns she wanted. That's about the extent of the humor in this one. A whole lot of showing what tests the astronauts go through, and flying around. Robert Colbert, the major who selected her for the "part", had just finished starring in "Time Tunnel" TV series. Astronauts and the space program were big in the late 60s, and Persky/Denoff got in on the act. Not their best episode, but ah well. Directed by Richard Kinon, who had directed many episodes of Bewitched, That Girl, and Love Boat, among MANY others.

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