That Girl (1966–1971)
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The Other Woman 

Ann's father escorts Ethel Merman as a favor and they get written up as a couple in the media.

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Lew Parker ...
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While in the city, Lew is taking Ann and Donald out to dinner, after which the two will be heading to the theater while Lew heads home to Brewster. At that dinner, they run into Ethel Merman, who they all previously met when Ann had a small walk-on part in Ethel's revival of "Gypsy". On Ann's urging, Lew drives Ethel to her next appointment - rehearsals for a television special - which they follow with a casual coffee date. That coffee date causes some problems as a gossip columnist spots the two together and reports it. Based on that resulting newspaper article, Helen, who has always wanted what is best for her husband, believes the two are having an affair and she will not stand in their way. As such, she packs her bags, leaves a note for Lew, and stops off at Ann's apartment with bags in tow before she heads to the airport to fly "home" to Phoenix for good. Since Helen won't listen to Lew's explanation, Ann has to try to get Ethel to explain the situation to Helen before Helen ... Written by Huggo

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1 February 1968 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?

Goofs

Every time someone looks at the story on page 16 in the newspaper, they point and look on the right side. An even numbered page would be on the left side, not the right side. See more »

Quotes

Director: Do you know the kid playing musical chairs?
Ethel Merman: I should say so... I'd never forget... That Girl!
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Connections

References That Girl: Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman (1967) See more »

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