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aquarian1June 22, 2014 in The Golden Girls
I is for interuterine.
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February 4, 2015
You mean the teacher who told her she had to sleep with him in order to get a good grade? If so, I disagree. There's a world of difference between sleeping with someone out of your own free will - e
August 5, 2015
W is for the wild west. I'm picturing Rose as a homesteader, Blanche as a madam, Sophia as a horse thief, and Dorothy as Fess Parker.
September 4, 2015
I dunno but Sophia would have a whole new group of human matresses to talk about.
J is for Jean, the Lebanese houseguest.
K is for the kitchen where the girls solve their problems over cheesecake.
L is for the Lanai.
M is for Maalox, one of two drugs they have in the house (the other being estrogen). And how many junkies have gas and hot flashes?
N is for newspaper, where they saw the picture of Blance leaving that married politician's house and believed the worst.
O is for Oil and Garlic Sauce, which Sophia puts on the ziti she makes late at night in the "Bedtime Story" episode.
P is for Pearls, which Dorothy compares with the rhinestone chain to see which goes best with her outfit, prompting Blanche and Rose to critique her appearance.
Q is for Queen of the ball that Blanche was supposed to go to.
R is for Richard, Blanche's gazillionaire boyfriend with the private jet.
S is for Sonny, as in, "Sonny Bono, get off my lanai!"
T is for toilet like the Girl Scouts sell.
U is for underwear, since Blanche wasn't wearing the right pair when she maced herself.
V is for Velveeta, which Rose wishes she could crawl under the covers and eat right out of the box.
W is for Wicker, which the house is full of.
Damn it, why do I always poke my head in when ya'll are up to X? :-P
X is for Xanax, which Blanche should have taken one of when she found out Jean had the hots for Rose and not for her.
Y is for Young, which is how Patrick Vaughn the actor made Blanche feel. Rose felt smart around him. God, what an actor.
Z is for Zborny - the hot potato peeler Stan invented (and also the name for his you-know-what).
Next? How about the girls' families?
A is Angela/Angelo - Sophia's interchangeable siblings.
If I remember correctly, A could be for Ashley, the first name of the actress who played Charlie, and died a sad end at an early age.
B is for Blanche's daughter Becky, both the overweight one and the artificially inseminated one.
C is for Charlie, who was Roses husband.
D is for David, Blanche's obnoxious grandson whom Sophia slapped for mouthing off.
E is for Elizabeth, Blanche's middle name, which spells "BED" with her other initials.
F is for Freddy Peterson which is what Dorothy and her new husband Lucas named their intimate encounters. "It's so good, we named it!"
G is for Gloria, Dorothy's rich-then-poor baby sister.
H is for Holly, Rose's annoying sister.
I is for Rose's cousin Ingmar who did bird imitations.
J is for Blanche's daughter Janet, who shouldn't hang up, because Yes, they do have a lot to talk about.
K is for Katherine, te woman who was unfortunate enough to take Dorothy's place as the next Mrs. Zbornak.
Is that cheating?
L is for Lamar which Lorraine's mother wanted Lorraine and Micheal (Dorothy's young 38 yr old son) to be named. Lamar Zbornak has a nice ring to it!
M is for Michael, the hippie gypsy.
N is for Nunzio, Dorothy's uncle who "died trying to get away from Aunt Teresa."
Move along, nothing to see here...
O is for "Oreo," Blanche's granddaughter.
P is for the never-seen Phil, Sophia's son.
Q is for Quack, the psychiatrist the girls saw when their family squabbling got out of control. A real psychiatrist would have strung them along for months!
R is for Rheingold Beer, Sophia's husband Sal's beer. It's refreshing not sweet, it's the extra dry treat!
S is for Sal. That old bachagalloop.
^^^^ S is for Sophia's Sal.
Or S is for Blanche's mentioned-but-never-seen son, Skippy.
T is for Ted, Stan's impotent brother.
U is for Uncle Angelo.
V is for Virginia, Blanche's sister.
W is for Weinstock, as in Max Weinstock, the man Sophia married after his wife Esther died. The couples had been friends in the past and he had owned a business with Sal back in the day.
X for X rated videos that Sophia rented.
I don't know if this counts but since in St. Olaf everyone can be traced back to the same brother and sister could we say Little Yimminy, who I believe is the boy who cried continuously.
or maybe Y is for Yolanda as in Yolanda Zbornak, Stan's mom?
And Z is for Zbornak, which Young Dorothy told Sophia that she hated, and Sophia said, "Well, at least he's got a full head of hair."
Geography! A is for Aruba, the nightmare of honeymooning with your mother.
B is for Brooklyn, Dorothy's hometown.
D is for Detroit, as in, "It's the loudest thing to come out of Detroit since Martha and the Vandellas" which is what Blanche said about eh car she sold Rose.
E is for Ecuador, as in what Sophia's farts smell like
F is for Florida. Rose thought the cake was in the shape of Florida... honest.
F is for the Flatbush subway station, where, at the top of the stairs, Sal repeatedly forgot to set the brakes on Sophia's mother's wheelchair.
G is for Guatemala, where windows were shattered by an earthquake rather than by Blanche's activities.
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