Dorothy, Rose, and Blanche win tickets to attend a post-premiere movie party with Burt Reynolds. However, a hitch in their plan occurs when they are mistaken for prostitutes.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Rhonda Aldrich ...
Meg
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The Policeman
Phil Rubenstein ...
The Exterminator
Peter Gonneau ...
Walter
Tony Swartz ...
John
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Carl
Cheryl Checcetto ...
Hooker #1
Amelia Kinkade ...
Hooker #2 (as Mimi Kinkade)
Ursaline Bryant ...
Hooker #3
Jim Keily ...
Jail Guard
Ron Kapra ...
Desk Clerk
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Dorothy, Rose, and Blanche win tickets to attend a post-premiere movie party with Burt Reynolds. However, a hitch in their plan occurs when they are mistaken for prostitutes.

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4 October 1986 (USA)  »

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The actress portraying the prostitute who says the line "There's nothing wrong with being career oriented", is Rue McClanahan's maternal niece, Amelia Kinkade. See more »

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When Sofia comes to talk to the girls in jail, the girls hold onto the cell bars as they speak. When the camera focuses on Sofia the bars are in front of her and no hands are visible. See more »

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Rose Nylund: [Horrified, her voice gets faster, louder and filled with terror as she speaks] I've never *been* in jail. I won't make it. They *always* prey on the weak and innocent. The others will taunt me for trying to excel at my work in the laundry. I'll fall in with a bad crowd whose leader looks like Ethel Merman. And I'll be forced to engineer a daring prison break using my laundry cart! From that time on, I won't know a moment's peace. I'll scar my fingerprints with battery acid, and I'll run from ...
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References Cinderella (1950) See more »

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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Ladies of the Evening (#2.2)
12 January 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The girls win tickets to see Burt Reynolds. There are only 3 of them so once again is Sophia left out. Their house is also infested by the termites so they have to move to a hotel. Blanche chooses the one with most men in the lobby only it turns out to be a prostitution meetup so they get arrested.

So fr my favorite episode of the show. I must say that I have nothing against the prostitution or see women performing it as trash, but I will look over it for the great humor in the episode and the fact that it was done in the 80's.

So many hilarious moments. When Blanche, who as I noticed before is a hypocritical slut, calls other women around her trash, I would want to see her punched in the face, but I loved Dorothy's way to save her.

Absolutely loved how Sophia got the tickets and how she used the same lines they said when they didn't care about her being left out.

And when the St. Olaf comes to tell Rose she will go back now, I expected some annoying cheesiness only it ended up being a hilarious punchline.

Fun to see Burt Reynolds too, his type is so 80's! So it was a good guest star.


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