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  • It's not on the top of my list, but it's definitely watchable

    • by Orrymain
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      That Girl: Dark on Top of Everything Else begins with a lot of miscommunication between boyfriend and girlfriend. It starts innocently enough with a fun welcome when Don Hollinger (Ted Bessell) arrives at Ann Marie’s (Marlo Thomas) apartment while she’s working on a puzzle. Their big decision is what to do that weekend. It goes downhill from

      there, not from any argument but from each of them misinterpreting just about every aspect of their conversation. As a result, Don goes home to work while Ann decides to go to Brewster and visit her parents.

      Because the Maries have plans, Ann ultimately ends up spending her time alone there. There’s a nice bit with Ann reliving her ...


      • old high school days, and then Ann’s imagination begins to go wild. All sorts of sounds get the best of her. Much of the middle portion of the show is essentially a Thomas showcase. She’s alone in the house, figuring out what she wants to do and then reacting to what she sees and hears.

        Dark on

        Top of Everything Else is a very visual show as a result of focusing so much on Ann in the home. If you aren’t watching, you’ll miss the story.

        There is a good ending that is very true to the show and also very funny. Overall, the show works. It’s not on the top of my list, but it’s definitely watchable.




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