A man from St. Olaf visits claiming he dated Rose when they were teenagers, but she doesn't remember him as one of the many boyfriends she had in her youth.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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A man from St. Olaf visits claiming he dated Rose when they were teenagers, but she doesn't remember him as one of the many boyfriends she had in her youth.

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4 January 1992 (USA)  »

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The ad that Sophia responds to talks about remembering when Frank Sinatra was skinny. Betty Garrett who plays Sara, Marvin's "sister" but actually his wife, had starred with Frank Sinatra in On the Town (1949) when Sinatra was actually skinny. See more »

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Rose states that she had her boyfriends in her senior year of high school, before she met her future husband Charley. However, in a previous episode, she said that she and Charley met as small children, when he sold "wagon insurance". See more »

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Blanche Devereaux: [to herself enviously] I'm the biggest slut!
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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Old Boyfriends (#7.13)
25 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Rose gets a visit from her old boyfriend in St. Olaf whom she doesn't remember as she dated many guys. After some time she realizes that he is a guy she went out with to make Charlie jealous. And Sophia finds a guy through an ad but then finds out that a woman who is with him is his wife and not sister. She is dying and tries to find a replacement for herself.

A great episode. Loved the Sophia story. Such an interesting idea and actually made one think and see both sides which is not very common for a sitcom.

I liked how in Rose's story they didn't forget that she was a virgin and made an inconsistency with making her suddenly a slut.


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