The Golden Girls: Season 3, Episode 7

Strange Bedfellows (7 Nov. 1987)

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A politician running for city council claims that Blanche slept with him.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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A politician running for city council claims that Blanche slept with him.

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Blanche: My backside is spread all across the front page! How could they do that?
Sophia: They probably used a wide-angle lens.
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Strange Bedfellows (#3.7)
18 January 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The girls are helping the politician Gil Kessler with his election campaign. Blanche goes to bring him some papers and is caught on a photograph entering his place. Next day the press says that they had an affair and Gil confirms it. The other 3 don't believe Blanche. She makes Gil come clean and he has some more news.

A pretty good episode. For once I was all on Blanche's side. It is even weird the others wouldn't believe her. John Shuck was good in this role. I even felt bad for him.

His second secret was a bit of a shocker and in a way I was hoping he would stay in the election and win it after it. But I guess it was too early for the 80's, it is even too early for today!


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