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"The Golden Girls" Home Again, Rose: Part 2 (1992)

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Original Air Date:
2 May 1992 (Season 7, Episode 22)
As Rose prepares for a triple coronary bypass, she makes the girls promise to have their heads cryogenically preserved when they die. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Peter D. Beyt 
Writing credits
Susan Harris (created by)

James Vallely (written by) (as Jim Vallely)

Produced by
Kevin Abbott .... co-producer
Marc Cherry .... producer
Nina Feinberg .... producer
Tracy Gamble .... co-executive producer
Mitchell Hurwitz .... producer
Paul Junger Witt .... executive producer
Gail Parent .... co-executive producer
Jerry Perzigian .... supervising producer
Don Seigel .... supervising producer
Marc Sotkin .... co-executive producer
Tony Thomas .... executive producer
Richard Vaczy .... co-executive producer
James Vallely .... co-producer
Tom Whedon .... co-executive producer
Jamie Wooten .... producer
Original Music by
George Aliceson Tipton 
Film Editing by
Pamela Phelps 
Casting by
Ellen Meyer 
Production Design by
Edward Stephenson 
Costume Design by
Judy Evans 
Makeup Department
Art Harding .... makeup artist
Paulette Pennington .... hair stylist
Production Management
Audrey Joy Johnson .... unit manager
Susan Palladino .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Carpenter .... associate director
Art Department
Robert Devicariis .... property master
Michael Hynes .... associate production designer
Scott Latendresse .... assistant designer
Paul Wadian .... head carpenter
Sound Department
Ed Epstein .... audio
Craig Porter .... re-recording
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Heckman .... camera
Chester Jackson .... camera
Randy Johnson .... video
Stephen A. Jones .... camera
Ritch Kenney .... camera
Jim Orthel .... gaffer
Darryl Palagi .... lighting
Casting Department
Donna Larson .... casting
Judith Weiner .... original casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Patricia McLaughlin .... assistant costumer (as Patricia Byrne)
Barbara Yokonji .... costumer
Editorial Department
George Englund .... post-production executive
Music Department
Scott Gale .... music coordinator
Andrew Gold .... composer: theme music
Transportation Department
Jeff Sparks .... transportation
Other crew
David Amico .... production executive
Bill Conroy .... technical manager
Janel Cunneen .... production assistant
Catherine Dunn .... production staff
Danny Filous .... stage manager
Alan Helfand .... production staff
Brian Kahn .... production staff
Richard King .... production staff
Salli Shrewsbury .... production assistant
Robert Spina .... production associate
Ken Tamburri .... technical director
Julie Thacker .... production staff
Kent Zbornak .... stage manager
Mark F. Hill .... production staff (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Susan Harris  created by

Produced by
David A. Goodman .... co-producer (1989-1990)
Casting by
Joanne Koehler (1988-1989)
Donna Larson (1990-1992)
Makeup Department
Barbara Fonte-Kunkel .... makeup artist
Art Department
Ed Stevenson .... set designer
Sound Department
Greg Ampagoomian .... utility sound
Douglas Shamburger .... sound utility (1985-1986)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marlene Hajdu .... on-set costumer
Editorial Department
Brent Carpenter .... on-line editor
Gil Junger .... post-production executive (pilot episode)
Other crew
Jerry Kosowsky .... video technical supervisor
Michael Saperton .... engineer in charge
Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

30 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Betty White's character Rose recites the famous catchphrase of "Saturday Night Live" (1975) "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!" In 2010 White hosted Saturday Night Live after a large Facebook campaign, becoming the show's oldest host ever.See more »
[Dorothy, Blanche and Sophia are looking in on a sedated Rose following her triple bypass]
Blanche Devereaux:Oh, my God. Dorothy, look at her!
Dorothy Petrillo-Zbornak:It's the surgery. Nobody looks good after surgery.
Sophia Petrillo:Tell that to Cher.
See more »
Movie Connections:
References "Saturday Night Live" (1975)See more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Home Again, Rose: Part 2 (#7.22), 25 February 2014
Author: ComedyFan2010 from Canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Rose is having her operation and the girls are waiting outside. The staff doesn't allow them to see her as it is only allowed for family. Her daughter arrives. She is obviously upset and even say that she is the only one who is family but after spending some time with the girls and hearing what they are willing to do for Rose she makes it possible for them to see her after operation. And Rose has a dream of them all waking up as frozen heads besides Sophia who also got a body of a 25 year old.

A nice episode. We see emotional moments of them being all together and caring for each other. And we also have fun parts such as Rose's dream or coming back home. So now all that is left is the finale....

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