Natalie's Grandma Mona, a Russian Jewish immigrant, comes to visit her.

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Natalie's Grandma Mona, a Russian Jewish immigrant, comes to visit her.

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16 December 1981 (USA)  »

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The title of the episode is "From Russia with Love" but Natalie's Grandmother is from the Ukraine. Both were members of the USSR at the time this episode first aired. See more »

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Grandma Mona: She says kids don't like to be with old people. All they want from their grandparents is to keep an open purse and a closed mouth. I told her my Natalie is not like that. But I was wrong, and Rose Furillo is right.
Edna Garrett: No Mona, Rose Furrillo was not right.
Grandma Mona: Things are not like they were in my days.
Edna Garrett: Bull feathers. The girls said the same thing to me and you've got to call them on it. There is absolutely nothing, NOTHING, that they are going through today that we have not gone through ourselves... or ...
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References From Russia with Love (1963) See more »

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