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One Flew Out of the Cuckoo's Nest, Part 2
Six months later, Dorothy and Lucas go ahead with their nuptials. Rose plans to move in with her daughter after Dorothy and Lucas leave for Atlanta, while Sophia plans to go with them, leaving Blanche alone.

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One Flew Out of the Cuckoo's Nest, Part 1
Blanche, going on another one of her dates, learns her uncle Lucas is dropping by for a visit, and cons Dorothy into going out to dinner with him. At the restaurant, Dorothy and Lucas find out about Blanche's scheme, and vow revenge by planning to make her think they're getting married.

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Home Again, Rose (2)
The girls fear for Rose's life after they learn she must have open heart surgery. They're not the only ones worried sick: Kirsten, Rose's daughter, comes down to see her mother, and actively voices her dislike of the girls.

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Home Again, Rose (1)
Feeling down about having missed her high school reunion, Rose is soon recruited by Blanche, along with Dorothy and Sophia, to crash a reunion being held at a local high school. There, Blanche keeps getting rejected by the local graduates and Dorothy is mistakenly elected Queen of the reunion, but Rose soon suffers a heart attack.

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Rose: Portrait of a Woman
Rose plans to get Miles a golf club for his birthday, but Blanche, being Blanche, suggests she give him naughty pictures instead. When she gives the gift to Miles, he inadvertently opens it in front of attendees at his party, and an embarrassed Rose storms out.

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A Midwinter Night's Dream, Part 2
Things keep getting stranger and stranger: Blanche falls in love with a former thief who she later suspects of stealing her jewelry, Dorothy tries to break the news of her and Miles' accidental kiss to Rose, and Sophia continues to try to break the "curse" over Dorothy, possibly getting herself into trouble while doing so.

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A Midwinter Night's Dream, Part 1
A full moon falls upon the household, and a leap year's full moon at that, leading Blanche to host a Moonlight Madness party at the house. True to its name, strange happenings abound: all the men are attracted to Dorothy while none are attracted to Blanche, Sophia believes a curse has been placed on Dorothy and goes through all the necessary steps to try and release her from it, and Rose wins a honeymoon vacation to Paris, France, leading Miles to propose.

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Journey to the Center of Attention
Blanche drags a lonely Dorothy down to her usual hangout spot, the Rusty Anchor, for a night of excitement. This ends up having some unforeseen consequences, however: namely, the fact that Dorothy and her singing soon become a bigger hit with the boys than Blanche.

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Ebbtide VI: The Wrath of Stan
Rose does a television news report on the horrible, bug-infested living conditions of Dorothy's Uncle Angelo's apartment, which spells bad news for Dorothy and Stan, who serve as Angelo's landlady and lord, and are ordered to spend one night in the building. Meanwhile, Sophia makes her annual trip to buy shoes.

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Questions and Answers
Dorothy learns that auditions for the TV game show "Jeopardy!" are coming to Miami, and she plans to try out for it.

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The Commitments
Dorothy gets wrapped up in "Beatlemania" and begins dating a Beatles impersonator.

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Goodbye, Mr. Gordon
Dorothy's old high school teacher, Mr. Gordon, plagiarizes something she wrote.

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Old Boyfriends
While shopping through the personals column, Sophia finds someone she believes to be quite a catch. Things get complicated, however, when he arrives, bringing along someone whom he claims to be his sister, who accompanies them on all of their dates.

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The Pope's Ring
The pope is in town, and Sophia intends to get him to bless her dear friend Agnes in the hospital. When she bends down to kiss his ring, however, it slips off, and he accidentally leaves it with her.

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From Here to the Pharmacy
A solder returning from the Persian Gulf finds Blanche and tries to reconnect with her, hoping that she will be his and only his, which she apparently promised him she would before she left. One problem: Blanche has no recollection whatsoever of this man or his promise.

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Room 7
Blanche is in shock after learning her grammy's plantation is scheduled for demolition, leading to her and the others making a trip to Georgia to pay the building one last visit -- during which, Blanche handcuffs herself to the building's radiator, claiming they'll have to blow the house up with her in it. Meanwhile, an afterlife experience has Sophia "living for the moment," doing some truly outlandish things.

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Ro$e Love$ Mile$
Fed up with Miles and his frugality, Rose decides to act on the advice of Blanche and cheats on him, going out on a double date with her and some big spenders. Trouble soon arises, however, when Miles spots her on their date.

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The Monkey Show, Part 2
Dorothy is outraged when she finds Stan in bed with her sister Gloria, but is even more steamed when she finds out that Sophia is the one who pushed the two together. She gets into a heated argument with Sophia, who storms off into the storm as a result.

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The Monkey Show, Part 1
On the eve of a hurricane, Dorothy's sister Gloria drops by for a visit, newly-flat broke. At the same time, Stan reappears to announce to Dorothy that thanks to his therapy sessions, he's moved on from her with a makeshift monkey (read: a traffic cone covered with a sock puppet), but Dorothy soon discovers that Stan's even moved on from the monkey...

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Dateline: Miami
It's Saturday night and the normally-dateless Dorothy appears to be the only one with a date. While she gloats and goes off and has a wonderful time, the other three recount the worst romantic experiences they've ever had.

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Mother Load
Blanche begins dating Jerry Kennedy, a local newscaster, but soon finds herself having to deal with his overprotective mother. Meanwhile, Stan comes by and announces he's seeing a psychiatrist, and invites Dorothy to one of his sessions, where she learns that Stan may actually want her back -- but there may be something else he wants.

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Where's Charlie?
Miles gives Rose a "friendship ring" as a symbol of their relationship. Soon after, however, something happens that makes Rose think her late husband Charlie is trying to contact her from beyond the grave about the ring, a situation that Sophia soon takes advantage of.

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That's For Me to Know
Looking through a box of Sophia's old belongings, Dorothy finds an old picture of her mother as a young bride... with someone different than her father as the groom.

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Beauty and the Beast
Blanche's granddaughter Melissa comes to town for a visit, and Blanche soon gets ideas of entering her into the Little Miss Beauty Pageant, which Melissa secretly doesn't take to very well. Meanwhile, Dorothy hires a nurse to take care of Sophia, one who soon makes the other girls' lives a living hell.

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The Case of the Libertine Belle
Blanche invites the other three to attend a "Murder Mystery Weekend" up at a hotel, where Dorothy, a self-admitted mystery novel fanatic, soon proves herself to be quite a keen detective when she solves the supposed murder mystery. However, a man appears to have been actually murdered soon after, and Blanche is the prime suspect.

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Hey, Look Me Over
While going through some of her old belongings, Rose discovers a camera that once belonged to her late husband Charlie. The camera contains undeveloped film, which she soon has developed, and while looking through the pictures makes a shocking discovery: Charlie, it seems, slept with Blanche.

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"The Golden Girls" is a classic American sitcom that aired on NBC from 1985 to 1992. Its unforgettable cast consisted of Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty, who've all earned their place in television history through their captivating performances. The sitcom quickly became a cultural phenomenon, appealing to a broad demographic due to its combination of sharp wit, warm humor, and compelling storytelling. The show revolves around four mature women who share a home in Miami, Florida. Bea Arthur portrays the role of Dorothy Zbornak, a sarcastic, dry-humored and domineering substitute teacher. Dorothy's small statured, yet formidable mother, Sophia Petrillo, is deftly acted by Estelle Getty. Sophia is noted for her quick-witted sassiness and vivid storytelling that often evokes her Sicilian heritage. Betty White plays the role of the sweet, naive, and often befuddled Rose Nylund, whose stories of her small-town Minnesota upbringing are a recurring comic motif throughout the series. Rue McClanahan brings to life the character of Blanche Devereaux, a lively Southern belle, whose flirtatious charm and colorful background stories about her native Georgia frequently amuse audiences. The premise of "The Golden Girls" centers around these women navigating the later years of their lives together, sharing moments of laughter, friendship, and more serious discussions around the kitchen table with slices of cheesecake. Their age and experience give them a unique perspective on life, resulting in humorous and heartfelt situations that still hold relevance today. The show masterfully combines comedy with issues of aging, like retirement, health, and loneliness, threading them seamlessly into the women's exploits, making the show both entertaining and thought-provoking. "The Golden Girls" was ground-breaking for its time, with an all-female lead cast who were over 50 years old, which was unlike anything else on television at that time. These women presented a vibrant image of life after middle age, offering a humorous and memorable portrayal of friendship and mutual support. Throughout its seven seasons, "The Golden Girls" pushed the boundaries of what a sitcom could achieve. It deftly addressed a wide range of social and political issues such as immigration, gay rights, age discrimination, and sexism. Even though the series tackled these weighty issues, it never lost its sense of humor or strayed from its central premise of friendship. Each actress added depth and dimension to their characters, creating personas that are as memorable as they are distinct. Bea Arthur’s intimidating presence and dry wit, Betty White's innocent hilarity, Rue McClanahan’s bold and flirtatious humor, and Estelle Getty’s sharp, sassy delivery, all compliment each other, making for a perfect ensemble. The show's writing, primarily by Susan Harris, was consistently sharp and ahead of its time, marked by whip-smart dialogue and clever storylines. The humor often derived its strength from the strong bond shared by the characters, their shared experiences, and their diverse personalities. This charm, combined with the expert comedy timing maintained by the cast, made for endlessly enjoyable viewing. "The Golden Girls" earned critical acclaim throughout its runtime and won several industry awards, including the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series twice, three Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, and each of the four main actors won an Emmy, making it one of very few sitcoms in which all the main actors won at least one. In its entirety, "The Golden Girls" represents more than just a sitcom. It can be seen as a beacon for progressive, female-led television that has left an indelible mark on television history. It continues to be revered and loved by audiences of all ages, long after its original broadcast, attesting to its timeless appeal. Its legacy of age-positive and female-empowered storytelling, combined with its humorous approach to serious issues, continues to inspire and resonate with viewers worldwide.

The Golden Girls is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 7 seasons with a total of 180 episodes, the show debuted on 1985. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.2.

Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty, Herb Edelman
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