That Girl is an American television sitcom that aired on ABC from September 8, 1966, to March 19, 1971. Over five seasons, 136 half-hour episodes of the series aired. All seasons are available on DVD.

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedRank
First airedLast aired
PilotApril 29, 1996 (1996-04-29) (on TV Land)TBA
130September 8, 1966 (1966-09-08)April 6, 1967 (1967-04-06)57
230September 7, 1967 (1967-09-07)April 25, 1968 (1968-04-25)TBA
326September 26, 1968 (1968-09-26)March 27, 1969 (1969-03-27)44
426September 18, 1969 (1969-09-18)March 26, 1970 (1970-03-26)48
524September 25, 1970 (1970-09-25)March 19, 1971 (1971-03-19)TBA



TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
"What's In a Name?"Jerry ParisBill Persky & Sam DenoffApril 29, 1996 (1996-04-29) (on TV Land)

Aspiring New York City actress Ann Marie faces a dilemma when her agent/boyfriend Don Blue Sky (Ted Bessell) urges her to get a stage name, much to the chagrin of her parents (Harold Gould and Penny Santon).

Note The copyright date was in 1965. The first television airing was on the premier night of TV Land on April 29, 1996.

Season 1 (1966–67)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
11"Don't Just Do Something, Stand There"Bob SweeneyJim Parker & Arnold MargolinSeptember 8, 1966 (1966-09-08)5
Aspiring actress Ann Marie is working at a newsstand in an office building, where she meets Donald Hollinger (Ted Bessell), a writer for Newsview magazine. Ann is cast in a television commercial filming in the lobby of the office building, but an encounter with the chivalrous Donald may end her job.
22"Good-bye, Hello, Good-bye"Bob SweeneyBill Persky & Sam DenoffSeptember 15, 1966 (1966-09-15)6

Ann Marie leaves her home in Brewster, New York and moves to New York City to pursue her acting career. Her agent Harvey Peck (Ronnie Schell) helps her find an apartment, much to her father's (Lew Parker) chagrin. Ann meets her new neighbor, Judy Bessemer (Bonnie Scott), and her independence is tested when her mother, Helen (Rosemary DeCamp) moves in after an argument with Ann's father, Lew. The only decent paying acting gig Ann finds is as a mop on a kids show.

Absent: Ted Bessell as Donald
33"Never Change a Diaper on Opening Night"Bob SweeneyMilton PascalSeptember 22, 1966 (1966-09-22)3

Ann agrees to babysit for her neighbor Judy, who assures her that she will be back long before Ann's acting workshop audition. Judy gets stuck at her sister's house and her obstetrician husband, Leon, gets called to deliver a baby, forcing Ann to take infant Stanley along on her audition. The workshop director (Billy DeWolfe) is very no-nonsense and dislikes babies.

Absent: Ted Bessell as Donald
44"I'll Be Suing You"Bob SweeneyPeggy Elliott & Ed ScharlachSeptember 29, 1966 (1966-09-29)2
When Ann borrows Donald's car, a sewing machine salesman (Carl Ballantine) is distracted by a pretty girl and bumps into the car, then sues her for damages.
55"Anatomy of a Blunder"Bob SweeneyDale McRaven & Carl KleinschmittOctober 6, 1966 (1966-10-06)4
Ann talks Don into driving to Brewster so she can pick up her old hi-fi system, which leads to an on-the-road picnic disaster.
66"Rich Little Rich Kid"Sidney MillerJoseph BonaduceOctober 13, 1966 (1966-10-13)7
While paying a parking ticket, Ann meets a rich young man (Sam Melville) who invests in the theater and tries to seduce her, much to Don's annoyance.
77"Help Wanted"Bob SweeneyTom & Helen AugustOctober 20, 1966 (1966-10-20)9
When Donald's secretary goes on maternity leave, Judy suggests hiring Ann as a temp.
88"Little Auction Annie"Sidney MillerRick MittlemanOctober 27, 1966 (1966-10-27)8
At an auction, Ann successfully bids on a box filled with various items. One item draws the attention of a mysterious stranger (Michael Conrad).
99"Time for Arrest"David McDearmonJack WinterNovember 3, 1966 (1966-11-03)12
Ann lands in jail wearing a cave-girl outfit, after replacing her neighbor and fellow actress Margie (Jackie Joseph) on a side gig that turns out to be a catering job for a Mafia boss seeking to merge with a rival family.
1010"Break a Leg"Jerry DavisJim Parker & Arnold MargolinNovember 10, 1966 (1966-11-10)1

Ann's actress friend, Sandy Stafford (Sally Kellerman), lands a role in a Broadway play, and asks Ann to be her understudy. While staying with her, Sandy contracts the measles, and Ann has to perform. George Carlin has a small role as Ann's agent, George.

Absent: Ted Bessell as Donald
1111"What's in a Name?"Harry FalkBill Persky & Sam DenoffNovember 17, 1966 (1966-11-17)11
After Ann's agent (Ronnie Schell) suggests she adopt a more suitable stage name, Ann's attempts are met with her parents' strong disapproval. The recycled version of the original pilot episode.
1212"Soap Gets in Your Eyes"Seymour RobbieTom & Helen AugustNovember 24, 1966 (1966-11-24)13
Ann's role as a villainess in a soap opera compromises a potential relationship with Don's mother (Mabel Albertson). Ann hopes a visit from the actor playing the hero will improve her image.
1313"All About Ann"John ErmanMilton PascalDecember 1, 1966 (1966-12-01)14
Donald works with an actress in Ann's acting workshop to write an article about her, leading Ann to suspect he is having an affair. Rob Reiner has a small role.
1414"Phantom of the Horse Opera"John ErmanPeggy Elliott & Ed ScharlachDecember 8, 1966 (1966-12-08)15
Ann thinks her apartment building is being "haunted" by a silent movie theatre organist (Sterling Holloway).
1515"Beware of Actors Bearing Gifts"Bob SweeneyRichard BaerDecember 15, 1966 (1966-12-15)10
A member of Ann's acting workshop tries to buy her friendship.
1616"Christmas and the Hard-Luck Kid"John ErmanJames L. BrooksDecember 22, 1966 (1966-12-22)18
As her shift as a department store Christmas elf concludes, Ann tells Donald about her stint as a teacher in a boarding school trying to bring good tidings and joy to a boy who was unable to go home for Christmas. John Fiedler guest stars.
1717"Among My Souvenirs"Seymour RobbiePeggy Elliott & Ed ScharlachJanuary 5, 1967 (1967-01-05)16
While sifting through boxes of her personal items, Ann finds a ring that a now-married high school sweetheart gave her. She attempts to return it to him.
1818"These Boots Weren't Made for Walking"John ErmanPeggy Elliott & Ed ScharlachJanuary 12, 1967 (1967-01-12)17
Seeking a job that gives her more time for auditions, Ann tries her luck as a door-to-door shoe salesperson. Her boss (Paul Lynde) neglects to mention the shoes are poorly constructed and, in fact, are made entirely from cardboard.
1919"Kimono My House"John ErmanPeggy Elliott & Ed ScharlachJanuary 19, 1967 (1967-01-19)20
When Ann sees how messy Don's apartment is, she hires a Japanese maid to clean the place. She soon suspects the girl has other intentions.
2020"Gone with the Breeze"John ErmanTom & Helen AugustJanuary 26, 1967 (1967-01-26)19
After Donald gives Ann the manuscript of his novel, she is convinced she has lost it.
2121"Rain, Snow and Rice"John ErmanJames L. BrooksFebruary 2, 1967 (1967-02-02)21
At the Baumans' wedding in Connecticut, a snowstorm prevents Ann and Don from returning to New York. The hotel only has one additional room available, so Don and Ann agree to share it so the Baumans can have their wedding night. Meanwhile, Ann's parents think she and Don have eloped, and they drive to Connecticut. Ann has to convince them that she and Don platonically shared the room.
2222"Paper Hats and Everything"John ErmanSydney ZelinkaFebruary 9, 1967 (1967-02-09)22
While Ann suspects a dinner date with her father is really a ruse for a surprise birthday party, Judy assembles one on short notice just in case it is not. Richard Dreyfuss guest-stars.
2323"What Are Your Intentions?"John ErmanMilton PascalFebruary 16, 1967 (1967-02-16)23
Ann's father presses Donald as to whether he intends to marry his daughter.
2424"A Tenor's Loving Care"John ErmanJoseph BonaduceFebruary 23, 1967 (1967-02-23)24
A famous opera singer (Carroll O'Connor) makes a play for Ann while Don tries to get an interview with the temperamental celebrity.
2525"Leaving the Nest Is for the Birds"Hal CooperBarbara AvedonMarch 2, 1967 (1967-03-02)25
Ann's family dinner to prove to her parents that living in New York City is safe is spoiled by an alleged peeping Tom (Jerry Van Dyke).
2626"You Have to Know Someone to Be Unknown"Jerrold BernsteinSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinMarch 9, 1967 (1967-03-09)26
Finding out that Broadway producer Harold J. Davis (Herbert Rudley) is seeking a fresh-faced unknown for his next play, Ann goes overboard to get noticed, and even has Donald put a good word in for her.
2727"The Honeymoon Apartment"Hal CooperAustin & Irma KalishMarch 16, 1967 (1967-03-16)27
Ann's cheapskate cousin (Warren Berlinger) arrives with his new bride, then attempts to stay at her apartment for their honeymoon rather go to a hotel.
2828"This Little Piggy Had a Ball"Hal CooperArnold Margolin & Jim ParkerMarch 23, 1967 (1967-03-23)28
While bowling with Donald just before she is to accept an award for another actress, Ann reads about another bowler who bowled with his toes. She then makes the mistake of trying to do it herself. Rob Reiner & Teri Garr make appearances. Garr and series star Marlo Thomas would later guest star years later on Friends as the mothers of Phoebe and Rachel respectively.
2929"Author, Author"Danny ArnoldRonald Axe & Howard HarrisMarch 30, 1967 (1967-03-30)29
Ann, needing a comedic line for an upcoming audition, seeks help from both Donald and a washed-up comedy writer, neither of which proves adequate.
3030"The Mating Game"Hal CooperTreva Silverman & Peter MeyersonApril 6, 1967 (1967-04-06)30
While working on an exposé on the inner workings of a TV game show called The Mating Game, Donald has Ann go undercover as the bachelorette who selects a date. Unknown to her, he is one of the three unseen bachelors she must choose from.

Season 2 (1967–68)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
311"Pass the Potatoes, Ethel Merman"James FrawleyJames L. BrooksSeptember 7, 1967 (1967-09-07)37
A walk on role for a play starring Ethel Merman in a revival of Gypsy leaves Ann awestruck.
322"The Good Skate"Jeffrey HaydenTom & Helen AugustSeptember 14, 1967 (1967-09-14)33
Ann auditions for a soda commercial that requires a performance on roller skates, something she has a little difficulty with.
333"Black, White and Read All Over"Jeffrey HaydenRichard BaerSeptember 21, 1967 (1967-09-21)34
After yet another rejection of Donald's unpublished novel, Ann offers to submit it to her father, who knows a publisher who's a customer at his restaurant. Unfortunately he takes a look at it himself, and nearly equates it with pornography.
344"To Each Her Own"James SheldonStanley Ralph RossSeptember 28, 1967 (1967-09-28)36
Donald does a news story on computer dating, and takes Ann along for the ride. Much to Ann's chagrin, the girl that the computer dating service assigns to her boyfriend, is a lot like her.
355"The Apartment"Danny ArnoldRuth Brooks FlippenOctober 5, 1967 (1967-10-05)39
Donald gets Ann to house sit at his apartment, and she runs into another friend of his (Bill Bixby), who is also staying there.
366"Absence Makes the Heart Grow Nervous"Danny ArnoldArnold Margolin & Jim ParkerOctober 12, 1967 (1967-10-12)31
Before Ann goes to Philadelphia for a play that's making a nationwide tour, Donald tries to show her a good time by giving her a night on the town... and another night, and another night,...
377"The Philadelphia Story"Danny ArnoldArnold Margolin & Jim ParkerOctober 19, 1967 (1967-10-19)32
Unable to tolerate life without Ann, Donald goes to Philadelphia to write a review of Ann's play.
388"There's Nothing to Be Afreud of But Freud Himself"Hal CooperMilton PascalOctober 26, 1967 (1967-10-26)43
Donald writes an article on a newfangled psychological exam, and tries to use it on Ann and the Baumans... with predictably traumatic results.
399"The Collaborators"Bruce BilsonRuth Brooks FlippenNovember 2, 1967 (1967-11-02)42
Ann and Donald decide to work on a play about her life, but creative differences get in the way.
4010"When in Rome"Hal CooperSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinNovember 9, 1967 (1967-11-09)44
An Italian movie director spots Ann and wants her to star in his next movie... and perform a nude scene.
4111"Thanksgiving Comes But Once a Year, Thankfully"[1][2]James SheldonPeggy ElliottNovember 23, 1967 (1967-11-23)35

Ann struggles to cook everybody's favorite dishes for a Thanksgiving dinner.

Note: This episode is called "Thanksgiving Comes But Once a Year, Hopefully" on the DVDs.
4212"The Mailman Cometh"James SheldonDanny Arnold and Ruth Brooks FlippenNovember 30, 1967 (1967-11-30)46
A substitute agent sets Ann up on a publicity date with Dick Shawn who knows nothing about it.
4313"It's a Mod, Mod World" (Part 1)James FrawleyTom & Helen AugustDecember 7, 1967 (1967-12-07)40
Originally doubting the intentions of a photographer, Ann is convinced (thanks to Donald) that she should take a job as a model for him because he's a legitimate photographer named Noel Prince. But when Prince flies her out to California, he realizes he intends to keep her.
4414"It's a Mod, Mod World" (Part 2)James FrawleyTom & Helen AugustDecember 14, 1967 (1967-12-14)41
Donald is on the edge over Ann's time with Noel Prince, despite her assurances she has no interest in her new boss.
4515"'Twas the Night Before Christmas, You're Under Arrest"James SheldonRuth Brooks FlippenDecember 21, 1967 (1967-12-21)47
After buying theater tickets from a scalper as a Christmas present for the Baumans, and learning from Don that some scalpers use personal information to burglarize their customers, Ann coaxes Donald to help her hide the Baumans' presents, only for both to be accused of burglary themselves.
4616"A Friend in Need"Hal CooperRichard BaerDecember 28, 1967 (1967-12-28)45
After Ann is injured on a movie set, Donald goes overboard in trying to take care of her.
4717"Fur All We Know"Hal CooperPeggy Elliott & Ed ScharlachJanuary 4, 1968 (1968-01-04)48
After Ann models an expensive chinchilla stole, the owner insists that she borrow it as she accompanies Don to a party for the wealthy jet set, where a gigolo mistakes Ann for a wealthy heiress.
4818"The Rivals"Hal CooperRichard BaerJanuary 11, 1968 (1968-01-11)49
Another family visit to Ann's parents in Brewster pits Donald against Lou when Lou runs a stop sign and crashes into Donald's car.
4919"Sixty-Five on the Aisle"James FrawleyRuth Brooks FlippenJanuary 18, 1968 (1968-01-18)38
Lou Marie buys theater and train tickets for sixty-five people from Brewster to see Ann in a play. A conflict arises between the producers who do not want them leaving the theater during an important scene and Ann's official debut that causes them to keep changing their schedule.
5020"Call of the Wild"Hal CooperMilton PascalJanuary 25, 1968 (1968-01-25)50
When Ann gets a soap commercial, the director tells her that it's because she has a face that no housewife would feel threatened by, which makes her wonder if she has any sex appeal.
5121"The Other Woman"Andrew McCulloughRichard BaerFebruary 1, 1968 (1968-02-01)51
Ann suggests that her father escort Ethel Merman to a formal event, and the tabloids make him look like her new boyfriend, which doesn't exactly please her mother.
5222"He and She and He"Norman HallSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinFebruary 8, 1968 (1968-02-08)52
Still obsessed with Ann, Noel Prince returns to New York to try to get her to marry him.
"Oh, Don, Poor Don, Your Pants Are Hanging in My Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad"[5][6]
Hal CooperRichard BaerFebruary 22, 1968 (1968-02-22)53
A scandal erupts when Donald's mother is invited to Ann's place and finds his pants in her closet.
5424"Great Guy"John RichStory by : Ruth Brooks Flippen and Danny Arnold
Teleplay by : Bruce Howard
March 7, 1968 (1968-03-07)54
Ann is worried about Pete's new boyfriend George (Albert Salmi), a jock who doesn't necessarily treat her like a lady.
5525"The Detective Story"Hal CooperCarl KleinschmittMarch 14, 1968 (1968-03-14)55
A series of obscene phone calls prompts Ann to call the NYPD, who sends over a detective who seems to be getting a little too close for comfort, especially Donald's.
5626"If You Were Almost the Only Man in the World"Hal CooperDanny Arnold and Ruth Brooks FlippenMarch 21, 1968 (1968-03-21)56
After being hit by a fly ball at a baseball game, Ann meets a doctor who bears a striking resemblance to Donald (Ted Bessell playing dual roles).
5727"Just Spell the Name Right"John RichRichard BaerMarch 28, 1968 (1968-03-28)57
Ann hires press agent Eddie Edwards (Jesse White) to boost her career, but his method of doing so involves naming her in the divorce of one of her former soap opera co-stars Buddy Hobart (Robert Alda).
5828"The Beard"James FrawleyRichard BaerApril 11, 1968 (1968-04-11)58
After a hunting trip, Donald decides to grow a beard, which doesn't necessarily turn Ann on.
5929"The Drunkard"Hal CooperDanny Arnold and Ruth Brooks FlippenApril 18, 1968 (1968-04-18)59
Ann helps sober up a comedian who thinks that they had an affair. Sid Caesar guest stars.
6030"Old Man's Darling"John RichRichard BaerApril 25, 1968 (1968-04-25)60
An elderly man, who just happens to be one of the 10 richest people in America, ruins Ann's new dress but tries to make up for the mishap by buying her expensive gifts which she feels that she cannot accept.

Season 3 (1968–69)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
611"Sock It to Me"James SheldonStan Cutler & Martin DonovanSeptember 26, 1968 (1968-09-26)71
Ann's opportunity to perform in a Broadway play opposite Barry Sullivan is jeopardized by her inability to slap him.
622"The Hi-Jack and The Mighty"John RichRuth Brooks FlippenOctober 3, 1968 (1968-10-03)61
While working as a flight attendant in order to land a job on an airline television commercial, Ann mistakes a private investigator for a hijacker.
633"Eleven Angry Men and That Girl"Hal CooperStan Cutler & Martin DonovanOctober 10, 1968 (1968-10-10)64
Ann is selected for jury duty. Stuart Margolin guest stars.
644"7¼" (Part 1)Hal CooperArthur JulianOctober 17, 1968 (1968-10-17)66
Ann flies to Los Angeles for a series of TV commercial along with Donald, who tags along to do a magazine story about violence in the entertainment industry.
655"7¼" (Part 2)Hal CooperArthur JulianOctober 24, 1968 (1968-10-24)67
Ann's commercial work proves to be more grueling than she could possibly have expected. Stuart Margolin guest stars.
666"Secret Ballot"John RichRichard BaerOctober 31, 1968 (1968-10-31)62
Ann gets excited about voting in her first presidential election, learns all she can about the system, but won't tell her father who she's voting for since it's a secret ballot.
677"The Face in the Shower Room Door"Danny ArnoldStory by : Bill Idelson & Harvey Miller
Teleplay by : Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
November 7, 1968 (1968-11-07)69
Ann gets stuck in the shower and the new neighbor comes to her rescue.
688"A Muggy Day in Central Park"Hal CooperArthur JulianNovember 14, 1968 (1968-11-14)65
Ann is mugged in Central Park, and though she survives without a scratch, she desperately tries to conceal the incident from her father.
699"Just Donald and Me and Jerry Makes Three"James SheldonStan Cutler & Martin DonovanNovember 21, 1968 (1968-11-21)70
Jerry and Ruth's marriage is on the rocks, and a remorseful Jerry is interrupting Ann & Donald's time with each other so Don and Ann scheme to reunite the feuding Baumans.
7010"The Seventh Time Around"Richard KinonCarl KleinschmittNovember 28, 1968 (1968-11-28)72
Donald interviews a wealthy heiress named Lady Margaret "Trixie" Weatherby (Benay Venuta), a woman who has been married six times, that Ann fears might turn Donald into her seventh husband.
7111"Ann vs. Secretary"Hal CooperRuth Brooks FlippenDecember 5, 1968 (1968-12-05)74
Donald hires a new secretary, who Ann suspects is trying to make a move on him...and could actually succeed.
7212"Decision Before Dawn"King DonovanJinx KragenDecember 12, 1968 (1968-12-12)68
The Screen Actor's Guild gives Ann a huge paycheck, and she must struggle on how to invest or spend it.
7313"Should All Our Old Acquaintance Be Forgot"Hal CooperStan Cutler & Martin DonovanDecember 26, 1968 (1968-12-26)63
Ann's plans to spend New Year's Eve alone with Donald are thwarted by her parents, most of her neighbors, their cousins, and people neither of them know.
7414"The Homewrecker and the Window Washer"Hal CooperStory by : Ken Englund
Teleplay by : Stan Cutler & Martin Donovan
January 2, 1969 (1969-01-02)75
When a window washer comes to the rescue of a man who hassles Ann in a building lobby, his wife becomes convinced he's having an affair with her.
7515"The Eye of the Beholder"James SheldonPaul WayneJanuary 9, 1969 (1969-01-09)76
Donald buys Ann a small avant-garde sculpture, and gets plenty of advice on what to do with it.
7616"Dark on Top of Everything Else"Ted BessellCarl KleinschmittJanuary 16, 1969 (1969-01-16)73
While watching her parents house in Brewster, Ann gets locked in the basement.
7717"The Earrings"Russ MayberryHoward LeedsJanuary 23, 1969 (1969-01-23)80
Donald buys Ann some expensive earrings for Valentine's Day, and insists that she wears them on a date that night, in spite of her fear that she might lose them. Sure enough her worst fears are realized, and now both Ann and Don try to hide replacements for them.
7818"Many Happy Returns"Jay SandrichJohn WhedonJanuary 30, 1969 (1969-01-30)79
Ann is faced with a sudden audit from the IRS.
7919"My Sister's Keeper"John RichBill Persky & Sam DenoffFebruary 6, 1969 (1969-02-06)77
While working on a commercial, Ann's voice is dubbed by a singer that she finds to be fantastic. But her efforts to give this young woman a boost in her career may not go so well, when she finds the young woman has a higher calling. Guest starring Terre and Tony Thomas (Marlo's sister and brother) and featuring a humorous cameo appearance by their father Danny Thomas. McLean Stevenson guest stars.
8020"There Was a Time Ann Met a Pie Man"Russ MayberryMilt RosenFebruary 13, 1969 (1969-02-13)78
Ann gets hired to do a television skit where she gets a pie in the face and the bit becomes a big hit.
8121"The Subject Was Rabies"Jay SandrichSkip WebsterFebruary 20, 1969 (1969-02-20)83
A stray dog that follow Ann home decides to bite her visiting father.
8222"The Defiant One"Richard KinonStory by : Gene Boland and Richard Baer
Teleplay by : Richard Baer
February 27, 1969 (1969-02-27)82
While shopping, Ann becomes sympathetic to an eight-year-old African-American boy who tries to steal a candy bar.
8323"Fly Me to the Moon"Richard KinonJohn McGreeveyMarch 6, 1969 (1969-03-06)81
The United States Air Force hires Ann to recruit women to the WAF's for potential space travel but Ann must leave while decorating Don's apt.
8424"It's So Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House"Russ MayberryRuth Brooks FlippenMarch 13, 1969 (1969-03-13)84
A lonely night at Ann's apartment is interrupted by a mouse, which somehow makes her father think she and Donald are fooling around.
8525"Bad Day at Marvin Gardens"Danny ArnoldCarl KleinschmittMarch 20, 1969 (1969-03-20)85
After inviting her parents over to a baseball game that gets rained out, Ann decides to let them and Donald stay at her place for a game of Monopoly, for which Lou gets much too competitive in.
8626"Sue Me, Sue Me, What Can You Do Me?"Russ MayberryDanny Arnold, Ruth Brooks Flippen & Milt RosenMarch 27, 1969 (1969-03-27)86
Ann's father slips at Donald's office building and hurts himself. Donald has to get him to sign an insurance waiver.

Season 4 (1969–70)

Starting with this season, episode titles are shown on-screen, beginning with "Mission Improbable".

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
871"Mission Improbable" (Part 1)John RichRick MittlemanSeptember 18, 1969 (1969-09-18)93
While modeling Ann is hired to spy on a competitor who is suspected of stealing designs.
882"Mission Improbable" (Part 2)John RichRick MittlemanSeptember 25, 1969 (1969-09-25)94
Ann's cover is blown and is tricked into photographing rejected dress designs.
893"My Part Belongs to Daddy"Richard KinonSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinOctober 2, 1969 (1969-10-02)88
Ann is directing a play back at home in Brewster and has to tell her father that he's not getting the starring role.
904"Nobody Here But Us Chickens"Richard KinonArnold HorwittOctober 9, 1969 (1969-10-09)87
Ann gets a job as a dancing chicken and after some advances by the boss ends up stranded in her costume on a country road.
915"At the Drop of a Budget"Russ MayberryEd Scharlach and Warren MurrayOctober 16, 1969 (1969-10-16)89
Under hypnosis at the dentist (guest star Monty Hall), Ann is mistakenly told to buy anything at the drop of a hat at the same time Donald is trying to help her work on a budget.
926"Hearing Today, Gone Tomorrow"Hal CooperBernie Orenstein & Saul TurteltaubOctober 23, 1969 (1969-10-23)96
Ann loses her hearing when a cold ruins her job on a commercial.
937"The Snow Must Go On"Russ MayberryArnold HorwittOctober 30, 1969 (1969-10-30)90
While stranded at JFK Airport during a snowstorm, Ann will do anything to get to an audition on Broadway.
948"Write Is Wrong"John RichRuth Brooks FlippenNovember 6, 1969 (1969-11-06)98
Don writes a comedy sketch about their previous adventures being stranded at JFK Airport. Don's TV script about Ann undergoes a massive rewrite.
959"Shake Hands and Come Out Acting"John RichBernie Orenstein & Saul TurteltaubNovember 13, 1969 (1969-11-13)97
Don is doing a story on a fighter (Scoey Mitchell) who has developed an acting bug and Ann tries to help the boxer study drama. However, some of his "handlers" want to make sure he doesn't change his career so soon.
9610"Fix My Screen and Bug Out"Saul TurteltaubBernie Orenstein & Saul TurteltaubNovember 20, 1969 (1969-11-20)95
Ann's former boyfriend becomes her new landlord and wants to marry her, much to Don 's chagrin.
9711"Kiss That Girl Goodbye"John RichFai Harris & Lynn FarrNovember 27, 1969 (1969-11-27)99
Donald has a chance to get a job in Paris and worries about leaving Ann.
9812"She Never Had the Vegas Notion" (Part 1)Richard KinonBernie Orenstein & Saul TurteltaubDecember 11, 1969 (1969-12-11)91
Ann gets a job in Las Vegas with an actor who wants her to break up with Donald. Guest star Jack Cassidy. Cameo by Carl Reiner as himself.
9913"She Never Had the Vegas Notion" (Part 2)Richard KinonBernie Orenstein & Saul TurteltaubDecember 18, 1969 (1969-12-18)92
While in Las Vegas, Donald is tricked into thinking that he married an actress. Guest star Jack Cassidy.
10014"I Am a Curious Lemon"Russ MayberryAlex BarrisDecember 25, 1969 (1969-12-25)101
Ann is babysitting her cousin's 8-year-old daughter who disrupts Ann's dinner for Don's friends.
10115"Tenpercent of Nothing Is Nothing"John RichStory by : Ron Clark and Saul Turteltaub & Bernie Orenstein,
Teleplay by : Saul Turteltaub & Bernie Orenstein
January 1, 1970 (1970-01-01)103
Ann Marie is helping her agent with his stand-up comedy act. (NOTE: "Tenpercent" is the way the title appears on-screen; it's unknown whether this was a typo or if it was done intentionally.)
10216"Opening Night"Russ MayberryArnold HorwittJanuary 8, 1970 (1970-01-08)102
Ann dreads bad reviews of her opening night in Broadway, and all this anxiety gets her finger trapped in a kitchen faucet.
10317"That Metermaid"Ted BessellJerry Ross & William LynnJanuary 22, 1970 (1970-01-22)100
Don's new boss and Ann relate a story about Ann's summer job back home when she was younger and worked as a metermaid and ticketed the mayor's car.
10418"Fly by Night"Saul TurteltaubBernie Orenstein & Saul TurteltaubJanuary 29, 1970 (1970-01-29)104
While flying to a cabin in Vermont, Ann, Donald and their pilot land in a snow storm after they run out of gas. A clip episode. Part 1 of 2.
10519"Ugh, Wilderness"John RichJoseph BonaduceFebruary 5, 1970 (1970-02-05)105
Ann and Donald leave the crash site and look for a cabin to stay in. Her father sends out a search party for them. Part 2 of 2.
10620"Stocks and the Single Girl"Bill PerskyBruce HowardFebruary 12, 1970 (1970-02-12)106
Ann gets a card from a stockbroker and invests in the list of items on the back, even though it is his shopping list.
10721"The Night They Raided Daddy's"Hal CooperCoslough JohnsonFebruary 19, 1970 (1970-02-19)107
Ann's father hires a musical group to increase business at his restaurant. He doesn't know that the group performs nude.
10822"The Reunion"Richard KinonSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinFebruary 26, 1970 (1970-02-26)108
As class treasurer, Ann loses $360 that was saved for their reunion. Ann looks for the thieves.
10923"Gone-a-Courtin'"Russ MayberryJoseph BonaduceMarch 5, 1970 (1970-03-05)109
Ann has to go to court to help a producer win a lawsuit involving a shish-kebab skewer.
11024"They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?"Russ MayberrySaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinMarch 12, 1970 (1970-03-12)110
Ann sees her neighbor Ruthie kissing another man.
11125"Easy Faller"John RichSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinMarch 19, 1970 (1970-03-19)111
After Donald injures his back in her apartment, Ann brings his interviewer to Don. Then her father shows up.
11226"All's Well That Ends"Saul TurteltaubSydney ZelinkaMarch 26, 1970 (1970-03-26)112
Don wants to take Ann to the theater on her birthday, however, Ann promises prior to babysit a sick child who she suspects of having the mumps.

Season 5 (1970–71)

In this, the final season of the series, lyrics are given to the opening theme music.

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
1131"Counter-Proposal"Saul TurteltaubSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinSeptember 25, 1970 (1970-09-25)113
Donald Hollinger finally asks Ann Marie to marry him and takes his buddies advice to buy the ring second-hand which Ann promptly returns.
1142"Don and Sandi and Harry and Snoopy"Earl BellamyPeggy ElliottOctober 2, 1970 (1970-10-02)115
Donald has Ann spy on his sister Sandy's new beau. Cloris Leachman guest stars as Sandy.
1153"I Ain't Got No Body"Richard KinonEd Scharlach and Warren MurrayOctober 9, 1970 (1970-10-09)120
Ann finds her head, but not her body, in "Playpen" magazine's centerfold pin-up.
1164"No Man's a Manhattan Island"Richard KinonArnold HorwittOctober 16, 1970 (1970-10-16)118
As part of a game show, Ann throws a party for her neighbors and gets her purse stolen.
1175"Rattle of a Single Girl"John RichBruce HowardOctober 23, 1970 (1970-10-23)114
Ann and Donald go to pre-marital counselling finding problems that may or may not be there.
1186"There Sure Are a Bunch of Cards in St. Louis" (Part 1)Richard KinonSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinOctober 30, 1970 (1970-10-30)126
Ann is working in a play in St. Louis and has difficulties while visiting Don's parents.
1197"There Sure Are a Bunch of Cards in St. Louis" (Part 2)Richard KinonSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinNovember 6, 1970 (1970-11-06)127
Ann is working in a play in St. Louis and has difficulties while visiting Don's parents, including Don's great-aunt. Former St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Stan Musial appears as himself.[7]
1208"That Cake"Richard KinonRick MittlemanNovember 13, 1970 (1970-11-13)116
Ann thinks she accidentally bakes her engagement ring in a cake that is going to the Governor of New York's residence. Guest star Regis Philbin.
1219"That Girl's Daddy"John RichSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinNovember 20, 1970 (1970-11-20)122
Ann's father is feeling much younger after he is introduced to a younger lady. Ann thinks he's going to leave her mother.
12210"Stop the Presses, I Want to Get Off"Saul TurteltaubGordon FarrNovember 27, 1970 (1970-11-27)123
Ann is hired by a rival news magazine when they think that Donald will help Ann with her assignments.
12311"Super Reporter"Richard KinonSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinDecember 4, 1970 (1970-12-04)121
Donald is stuck in a superhero costume when his buddies steal his clothes and he is getting an award from the deputy mayor.
12412"That Señorita"John RichSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinDecember 11, 1970 (1970-12-11)124
Ann gets a lesson in minority relations when she is in a television sketch that is offensive to Mexicans. Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr. guest stars as Rudy Sanchez.
12513"An Uncle Herbert for All Seasons"John RichBob GarlandDecember 18, 1970 (1970-12-18)125
Ann's flamboyant Uncle Herbert (Joe Flynn) is turning Ann and Donald's world upside down when he makes bogus get-rich-quick schemes.
12614"That Script"Roger DuchownySaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinJanuary 1, 1971 (1971-01-01)128
Ann wants to get the movie rights for a novel whose author thinks that Ann resembles his late wife.
12715"Those Friars"Alan RifkinMarvin WalkensteinJanuary 8, 1971 (1971-01-08)132
Ann's late Uncle Harry wills her an old trunk used during his career in vaudeville. Stars Milton Berle and Danny Thomas show up wanting to buy the old trunk.
12816"A Limited Engagement"Richard KinonSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinJanuary 15, 1971 (1971-01-15)130
Donald gets cold feet about marriage and breaks their engagement.
12917"The Russians Are Staying"Homer PowellSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinJanuary 29, 1971 (1971-01-29)129
Ann meets a Russian (a defecting Soviet comic) who moves in with her and won't leave.
13018"That Shoplifter"Richard KinonArnold HorwittFebruary 5, 1971 (1971-02-05)134
Ann is tricked by a conman into shoplifting.
13119"Chef's Night Out"Richard KinonBudd GrossmanFebruary 12, 1971 (1971-02-12)117
Running her father's restaurant is tough for Ann and Don when the staff comes down with the flu.
13220"That King"Richard KinonWarren MurrayFebruary 19, 1971 (1971-02-19)135
the King of Kowali invites Ann to a state dinner where she discovers the King is an 11 yr. old child.
13321"Stag Party"John RichSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinFebruary 26, 1971 (1971-02-26)133
The stag party thrown by Don's buddies costs him his engagement to Ann.
13422"Two for the Money"Roger DuchownySan NicholsMarch 5, 1971 (1971-03-05)131
Ann gets a modeling assignment at Belmont Racetrack and when Don's friends realize there's a horse running named for her, they see it as a "sign" and send her with the money to place a bet for them. She loses the ticket at the wrong time!
13523"Soot Yourself"Saul TurteltaubSaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinMarch 12, 1971 (1971-03-12)119
As a member of an ecology-minded group, Ann is assigned to picket in front of the Newsview Magazine building where Donald works. Donald tries to make amends by inviting his boss to Ann's house for dinner.
13624"The Elevated Woman"Roger DuchownySaul Turteltaub & Bernie OrensteinMarch 19, 1971 (1971-03-19)136
Series finale Stuck in an elevator, Donald and Ann reminisce about their last five years together as we see the last of "That Girl!" Clip episode


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