That Girl (1966)

Season 1 Episode 11

What's in a Name?

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Nov 17, 1966 on ABC
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Ann's agent suggests changing her last name to avoid confusion, but the idea infuriates her father.

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    Walter Sande

    Walter Sande

    Max Cochran

    Guest Star

    Cliff Norton

    Cliff Norton

    Charlie

    Guest Star

    Michael Hoffer

    Michael Hoffer

    Jimmy

    Guest Star

    Ronnie Schell

    Ronnie Schell

    Harvey Peck

    Recurring Role

    Bonnie Scott

    Bonnie Scott

    Judy

    Recurring Role

    Dabney Coleman

    Dabney Coleman

    Leon

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • In the scene where Ann works out a new name, her three girlfriends from the pilot -- Charlotte, Sharon and Linda -- are replaced by Donald, Judy and Leon. Donald took over most of Sharon's lines while Judy took Linda's. New lines and jokes were written for Leon to take advantage of his obstetrician character. Judy takes the place of Charlotte in a later scene where Ann washes her sweaters.

      • Donald says his hometown is Toledo.

      • Continuity goof: In the scene where Donald proposes he accompany Ann to her parents' home, he gives the reason that the name change was his idea. The scene was re-used from the unaired pilot, where the change was Donald's idea, but the dialog is out of place in this episode because Harvey Peck brought up the idea.

      • Continuity goof: The apartment in the East End Hotel has a D on a dark brown door when Ann's father visits. In a later scene where Ann receives flowers (re-used from the pilot), the door is beige, has no letter on it, and Ann's dialog identifies the apartment as 2C.

      • In an early scene, it is clear that Ann's lips are asking for Mr. Blue Sky, but the sound has been dubbed to say "Mr. Peck, please".

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    • NOTES (3)

      • Co-creator/producer Bill Persky forgot that he wrote this script. On the commentary track, he expressed surprise at seeing his name in the writing credit.

      • This episode on DVD has an optional commentary track with Marlo Thomas and co-creator/producer Bill Persky.

      • This episode is a revised version of the unaired pilot. Scenes of Donald as Ann's agent were reshot with Ronnie Schell as Harvey Peck, although a later scene when Donald meets Ann at her filming set is unchanged since it makes no mention of Donald being her agent.

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