Next Episode of The Golden Girls is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The Golden Girls follows four South Florida seniors sharing a house, their dreams, and a whole lot of cheesecake. Bright, promiscuous, clueless, and hilarious, these lovely mismatched ladies form the perfect circle of friends.
Rose and Sophia are concerned when Dorothy consults medical experts about her chronic fatigue.
Dr. Harry Weston (Richard Mulligan) recommends a specialist who diagnoses Dorothy's illness.
Blanche's unmarried daughter (Debra Engle) announces her desire to have a baby.
After finding out that she'll be losing her income from Charlie's pension, Rose begins searching for a job. Feeling discouraged that she's being turned down because of her age, Rose turns to the local consumer reporter Enrique Mas for help. Little does she know, he's looking for a new production assistant and ecstatically applies for and ultimately is awarded the job.
Dorothy's beau (Dick Van Dyke) gives up a lucrative legal practice to become a circus clown.
Rose feels insecure about her romance with a college professor (Harold Gould).
Sophia faces a moral dilemma when an ill friend (Geraldine Fitzgerald) asks for help in ending her life.
After learning that a classmate passed away, Dorothy decides to set out and fulfil her dream of becoming a stand-up comic – only to discover life on the stage isn't all it's cracked up to be.
After getting kicked out of the house by his wife, Dorothy and her roommates get an unexpected houseguest in the form of her son Michael. Fearing that he's headed nowhere in life, Dorothy asks for her ex-husband Stan's help in getting Michael to grow up and act like an adult. Meanwhile, Rose has a hard time telling her boss that she's feeling overworked.
Blanche renews hostilities with her sister (Sheree North) when she travels home to attend her father's funeral.
The ladies volunteer to serve Christmas dinner at a soup kitchen.
Blanche cannot bring herself to enter the hospital following her boyfriend's (Robert Mandan) heart attack.
Rose prepares herself for a visit from her boyfriend's daughter; Blanche schemes to meet wealthy men.
Sophia visits Brooklyn, N.Y., where she hopes to confront the ghost of her dead husband.
Blanche stuns her roommates, and eligible male population of Miami when she swears off sex after her doctor recommends she get a pacemaker.
Sophia talks Dorothy into participating in a mother-daughter pageant at Shady Pines. As they bicker over what they plan on doing for the talent competition, Blanche is in for a surprise when a young man arrives on her doorstep, announcing that her late husband is his father.
Not long after getting a blood transfusion at a nearby hospital, Rose is in for a scare when the hospital sends her a letter to inform her that it may have contained HIV infected blood.
Rose's old boyfriend from high school arrives in town and asks her to join him when his band goes on tour in Europe. As a result, her relationship with Miles is cast into doubt.
Blanche's sister Charmaine is visiting Miami, promoting the new romance novel she wrote. Upon reading it, Blanche is furious, thinking her sister stole the story of her life, and threatens to kick her out of the family. Meanwhile, Stan's cousin came to visit, and causes a disagreement about the pros and cons of communism with Dorothy.
Dorothy sees an old flame (Jerry Orbach); Blanche and Sophia fall prey to con artists.
Blanche supplies a date for wedding-bound Dorothy; Sophia puts a curse on the newlyweds.
The women reminisce about their experiences prior to a visit to their home by the president.
The women continue to share their memories as the president's arrival time approaches.
Betty White(Rose Nylund)
Beatrice Arthur(Dorothy Zbornak)
Rue McClanahan(Blanche Devereaux)
Estelle Getty(Sophia Petrillo)
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