Roland's parents call to visit. He thinks they are flying over to tell him his dog died. It turns out they have decided to get a divorce. A comic duo is coming for a radio show live from The Golden ...
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When Dorothy has left the group known to the layperson as the Golden Girls, Blanche, Rose, and Sophia buy themselves a hotel. But what do they know about running a hotel? For that particular reason, they fall back on the experience of the trusted manager and the funny cook. Written by
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The production team were desperate for Bea Arthur to return for the second and third seasons that they offered to cut down the episode number and work around her schedule. Arthur declined the offer a number of times. Had Arthur returned the second season would have seen the girls return to their Miami home and The Golden Girls would have resumed. See more »
The Golden Girls (minus Dorothy) sell the house and go off to run a swanky South Beach hotel. In the first episode of this sequel to "The Golden Girls", Blanche, Rose and Sophia are sitting on the wicker couch when two moving men walk in, pick it up and move it out. Blanche yells, "goodbye house!" This might've been heartbreaking territory for "Golden Girls" fans, but "The Golden Palace" had lots of funny things in store, most notably the colorful supporting performances by Don Cheadle and Cheech Marin--both terrific. The three episodes that stay in my mind are Dorothy's return in a two-parter which finds Sophia running BACK to Shady Pines (seems it has been converted into a posh resort, and when Rose finds out they have Circus Night, she checks in too--wearing dark glasses). The other episode is the sad, curious one where Miles asks NOT ROSE to marry him, but another woman; Rose tries to be big about it and invites the couple to get married in her hotel, and watches from the kitchen as Miles leaves her. Well-written, laugh-out-loud show never found an appropriate (or permanent) time-slot, but thankfully Lifetime has recently resurrected it and now we can all remember life at the "Palace".
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