The Word "Remember" at the Beginning

Fractions and Hyphens Reading The Word "Remember" at the Beginning 1 minute Next The Idea of Two Commas or No Commas
...Remember that she has an appointment. ...Remember she has an appointment. We can always leave out the word that when it begins a clause and doesn't really do anything in the clause. In neither of the sentences above is there a need for a comma. You certainly wouldn't want a comma in the first one; the second one is exactly the same sentence. If there is a dramatic pause after remember, you might use a colon and then cap the complete sentence. But a comma is not correct. Happy punctuating! Margie