Blanche goes to Atlanta to try and halt the demolition of her grandmother's house. Meanwhile, Sophia's behavior becomes more reckless after a near-death experience.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Blanche goes to Atlanta to try and halt the demolition of her grandmother's house. Meanwhile, Sophia's behavior becomes more reckless after a near-death experience.

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Dorothy Petrillo Zbornak: [looks out the window, and up] Ma! Ma, what're you doing?
Sophia Petrillo: Just living for the day, pussycat! I never jumped into a haystack before!
Dorothy Petrillo Zbornak: Ma!
Sophia Petrillo: Geronimo!
[jumps off the ledge]
Blanche Devereaux: Is she okay?
Dorothy Petrillo Zbornak: Yeah I think so, Rose broke her fall. ROSE, are you alright?
Rose Nylund: Charlie? Charlie is that you?
Dorothy Petrillo Zbornak: Oh great! ANOTHER one who hears voices!
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Room Seven (#7.10)
24 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Sophia has a near death experience and ends up in the white light with Sal. But God sends her back because it is not her time yet. After that she is not afraid to die anymore. And Blanche finds out hat her grandmother's plantation will be blown up. She goes to say good bye to the place but can't leave because she feels the spirit of her grandmother there.

Not that I care for the nonsense of having a rational character like Dorothy suddenly consider herself close minded because she doesn't believe in nonsense. But the episode was still pretty sweet and the message to just let people believe what they want to believe (at least in cases as in that episode where they don't harm anybody) is fine with me.


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