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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Rose introduces her daughter Bridget, and states that she is going to study at Oxford in England. Bridget replies and states she's "found a terrific flat on campus". The University of Oxford is a city university, and does not have a campus. See more
Grandma, this isn't what it looks like.
Please, I'm 81 years old, I may not remember what it feels like, but I sure as hell remember what it looks like.
References The Journey of Natty Gann