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  • The best part of this second-season show for me was actually the last one when a spill ended up making an intriguing mess on the Bauman's carpet

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      That Girl: There’s Nothing to Be Afreud of But Freud Himself is one of those shows that I’m not so crazy about. Not every episode can be a winner, and while there is plenty to laugh about, this ink

      blot joke just doesn’t quite capture my funny bone all the way through.

      Basically, There’s Nothing to Be Afreud of But Freud Himself all about interpretations of the ink blot test pieces. Both Ann Marie (Marlo Thomas) and Ruthie Bauman (Carol Ann Daniels) both come up with the same response, and that leads to problems, so much so that Don Hollinger (Ted Bessell) asks Dr. Enrici Cesana (Renzo Cesana) to help get the situation resolved. The readings weren’t totally ...


      • That Girl: There's Nothing to Be Afreud of But Freud Himself
      on the up and up, it seems.

      The best part of this second-season show for me was actually the last one when a spill ended up making an intriguing mess on the Bauman’s carpet. When the doctor asked Ann what

      she saw in it, she says nothing for her, but for Ruthie, it meant a new carpet. That was pretty funny.

      It’s not that this is a bad show; it’s just that it didn’t pop for me, and I was easily distracted through it.




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