Dorothy rekindles her romance with Glenn O'Brien, the married (now divorced) man she had an affair with several years ago.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Dorothy rekindles her romance with Glenn O'Brien, the married (now divorced) man she had an affair with several years ago.

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24 March 1990 (USA)  »

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Alex Rocco was unable to reprise the role of Glenn O'Brien in this episode due to scheduling conflicts with the series The Famous Teddy Z (1989). See more »

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Rose: I had the strangest dream last night. I was at a baseball game. Charlie Brown was pitching, and Schroder was behind the plate, and Lucy and Snoopy were in the outfield, and they wouldn't let me play. When I woke up, I was crying. What do suppose it all means?
Dorothy: Peanuts envy?
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Featured in The Golden Girls: Their Greatest Moments (2003) See more »

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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Cheaters (#5.22)
15 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Dorothy goes to meet the guy who she had an affair withe. They get along very well and he even asks her to marry him. But Dorothy doesn't feel those are true feelings but most likely because he is afraid to be alone and it is true. Sophia and Blanche find a wallet with another guy and decide to wait until somebody picks it up and if not share, but he just tricks them and gets the money.

A pretty funny episode. Loved the wallet part, was glad to to recognize some of the guest stars such as Sam McMurray.

And the St. Olaf story that Rose tells about a boy who cried wolf was especially funny, almost cried from laughing!


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