Blanche faces off against the mother of her latest boyfriend over his affections; Stan convinces Dorothy to join him in therapy.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Stan Zbornak (as Herbert Edelman)
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Jerry Kennedy
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Millicent Kennedy
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Blanche faces off against the mother of her latest boyfriend over his affections; Stan convinces Dorothy to join him in therapy.

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26 October 1991 (USA)  »

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The last name of 'Peter Graves'' and 'Meg Wyllies'' characters is Kennedy. The credits, however, give their name as Scott. See more »

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Dorothy: Put the marriage back together? You told me we were coming here for closure!
Dr. Halperin: Stan, I'm confused. Is this true?
Stan Zbornak: Doc, we're both men. Let's not do this to each other.
Dr. Halperin: Stanley.
Stan Zbornak: Okay, okay. I lied, but so what? You never have?
Dorothy: Only once, Stanley. The night I told you it was good for me, too.
Dr. Halperin: [laughs] And you said she didn't have a sense of humor.
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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Mother Load (#7.6)
24 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Stan comes to take Dorothy to the psychologist with him to work on their relationship. The psychologist figures out that Stan isn't really in love with Dorothy but wants to be with her because of Sophia as he wants to get from her mother's love that he never got from his own. And Blanche gets to deal with the mother of the guy she goes out with and who doesn't go to bathrooms in other places.

The psychologist story was perfect. Incredibly funny. I liked the word play of "newsstand" and "new Stan". As well as the psychologist having the "little beard" that we unfortunately didn't get to see, the Freudian slips and so on.


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