In this episode, we're supposed to suspend reality and pretend that Danny Thomas is himself and Marlo Thomas is still the character of "Ann Marie". However, Danny and "Ann Marie" share a song with a kiss at the end that implies a much closer relationship.
Ann's address is 627 East 54th Street, but that would place her house right in the East River!
Oh yeah, and Lillian's name has changed to Mildred for this episode.
Mr. Hollinger is called Bert in this episode, but in past episodes he was called Harold or Ed.
Reva Rose's character is in this episode, but she never appears in the final cut.
We find out that Ann was fourth in her high school shorthand class, which is odd because in Episode 24, she could not take shorthand at all.
Marlo Thomas calls her dad "Mr. Hollinger" when she introduces the band. This was her first onscreen flub for the entire series.
Ann states that she has a fear of flying, but she was happy flying in a plane in Episode 83, so what's the deal?
Where is Ann originally from, Brewster or Fenwick? Throughout the series, Ann talks about her childhood memories in Brewster, but the reason she brought up Fenwick in this episode is far out for me.
Donald states that he never wrote a story about Ann, but he doesn't remember Episode 13.
We find out that Ann is a very bad seamstress, despite the fact that in Episode 4, she claimed that she sew her own clothes.
The credits list David Lewis as Mr. "Prentiss", but the office doorplate where Donald enters the publisher's office in the episode clearly reads "Robert L. Prentice".
not really a goof, but does anyone notice that line Don utters after Ann tells him she was mugged? I believe Don says "Well I'll be D...ed!" but the "D" word is edited out. I may be wrong, but it does seem that's what the line was. I'm sure the producers knew it wouldn't make it on air- but it's certainly something anyone would say under the circumstances!
Lou is very upset about the press article about his daughter, but one would think he would be understanding because it happened to him on Episode 51.
Benny Rubin's character was cut out of the final print of this episode, but his name is in the credits.
It seems as though Ann cannot skate at all, although in episode 25, she refers to her childhood of skating with her cousin and how she always lost her skate key.
Don states his birthday as September 26th.
In the teaser, Giuseppe Casanetti says this episode's "That girl" in Italian. During the freeze frame of Ann, the words "Quella Ragazza" appear in the title font, followed by "(That Girl)" printed in block letters below.
Ann and Donald have been dating for eight months (in show time) as of this episode.
Holloway's character is listed as Mr. Farnaey instead of Everett Valentine.