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  • What I love about this show is that as Ann believes that her true love has accepted the job offer, it's Lou Marie (Lew Parker) who stands up for Don, even calling him by his first name

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      That Girl: Kiss That Girl Goodbye from the fourth season of this ABC comedy has Don Hollinger (Ted Bessell) being offered a new position at a larger company, run by Robert Harrison (Mark Miller). The catch is that he’d have to move to Paris, France for 18 months.

      What I love about this show is that


      as Ann believes that her true love has accepted the job offer, it’s Lou Marie (Lew Parker) who stands up for Don, even calling him by his first name. He makes a beautiful speech to his daughter. It’s a scene that shows that he doesn’t dislike Don at all and realizes fully how much ...

      • Don loves his daughter. Of course, as soon as Don arrives, Lou resumes his usual stance, greeting him harshly. It’s a great bit.

        Even better is the continuation of the scene. I just love the acceptance here of Ann and Don as a couple. What he does is beautiful. It’s really not

        all that much, but it’s the symbolism of everything that happens that is important to the evolution of the story. For me, it makes the whole show.

        As a side note, this is the first appearance of Bernie Kopell this season as Jerry Bauman, Don’s co-worker and Ann’s neighbor. Naturally, he assists with a lot of miscommunication.




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