Dorothy's old high school teacher, Mr. Gordon, plagiarizes something she wrote.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Malcolm Gordon
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Ron
Jana Arnold ...
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Kent Zbornak ...
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Dorothy's old high school teacher, Mr. Gordon, plagiarizes something she wrote.

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James T. Callahan, who played Dorothy's 11th-grade English teacher, Mr. Gordon, was actually 8 years younger than Bea Arthur (who played Dorothy). See more »

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Sophia says she "escaped from Shady Pines" nursing home in 1984. The pilot episode, in which Sophia escapes a fire at Shady Pines and moves in with the girls, aired in September 1985. See more »

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Ron: [to the studio audience] Any other questions? Ah! Here we go!
[Runs over to Sophia]
Sophia Petrillo: This is directed to Dorothy's lover: Do people treat you differently because you're a lesbian?
Blanche Devereaux: Well, most people don't know.
Sophia Petrillo: Really? I would've guessed right off. Next question to Dorothy: What kind of pain and embarrassment has this lifestyle caused your mother?
Dorothy Petrillo-Zbornak: I really don't know, but... I'll ask her tomorrow when I visit her at... THE HOME.
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References The Price Is Right (1972) See more »

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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Goodbye, Mr. Gordon (#7.14)
25 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Dororthy's high school teacher she had a crush on comes to Miami and asks her to help him working on an article. She does write it but he submits it without adding changes and yet not adding her name on it. And Rose is a producer of a show now which has an episode on women living together. She invites Blanche and Rose to participate only it turns out it is a show about lesbians.

The best part of the show is he lesbian story. I also like how Blanche says she doesn't mind being labelled a lesbian it is just that she isn't one. And them answering questions was a real comedy highlight especially Dorothy.


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