Blanche, Rose, and Dorothy find themselves vying for the attention of the same artist, while Sophia takes up practical joking.

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Dorothy Zbornak (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Blanche, Rose, and Dorothy find themselves vying for the attention of the same artist, while Sophia takes up practical joking. Written by crisso

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19 December 1987 (USA)  »

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When Sofia tries to hand Dorothy the kaleidoscope, the eyepiece faces Dorothy. In the next shot, it faces Sofia. Later when the girls come into the kitchen discussing Laslo, Sofia holds the kaleidoscope at about a 45-degree angle in one shot and almost straight up and down in the next. See more »

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Sophia Petrillo: [after swooning over Laszlo then finding out he was gay] How can you blame him, the man looked at the three of you naked for a month!
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The Artist (#3.13)
19 January 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

There is an artist in Blanche's museum who is very popular, not only in the world but also with ladies. He wants to make a statue and the three of them are all eager to pose. When they find out that he makes sketches of them all they get upset and demand him to make a choice, but he says that he will not do it now and they will see the result at the exhibition. At the end turns out he chose them all.

A pretty fun story with a great ending. Love how he chose them all because they compliment each other. This is also a great tribute to their friendship. And it was also awesome to see that he was gay and how shocked they all were!


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