Dorothy, Rose, and Blanche are three women who share a house in Miami, Florida. Dorothy's elderly mother, Sophia, unexpectedly moves in after her retirement home burns down, and Blanche accepts a proposal of marriage. Written by
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who played Coco, the gay live-in cook, was to be a regular. Susan Harris
wrote the character out not because he was gay--her shows Soap
(1977) and _"Hail to the Chief" (1985)_ also had openly gay characters--but because she considered it sexist for a man to be taking care of the women, regardless of his sexual orientation. Nevertheless, he was the first openly gay character in any media produced by a division of The Walt Disney Company. See more
While Dorothy and Rose are speaking to Blanche, they are in Blanche's room which is down the hall. However, in the next scene when the doorbell rings, Dorothy and Rose enter the living room from the lanai, not from Blanche's bedroom. See more
We were all so lonely and then by a miracle we found each other.
Rose, we both answered an ad to share Blanche's house that we found in the supermarket. It was not the resurrection. It is hardly a miracle.
To me it was, because we're happy.