Dorothy's son and Rose's daughter come for a visit. They're both polar opposites of each other and are always bickering. But Blanche says that's sexual tension. She arranges for them to go out and Dorothy and Rose think that's a bad idea. But they later find them in bed together. Dorothy and Rose can't look at their children and are mad with each other and Blanche. Written by
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When Dorothy's son Michael is on the lanai playing the saxophone, it is obvious that the actor is not moving his fingers on the keys of the musical notes being heard. See more
I didn't listen to my children, you don't see any of them coming to visit me, do you?
[dressed all in black with a veil included
I can't even see my hand in front of my face.
References Norma Rae