Blanche thinks her sex appeal is fading when her boyfriend doesn't want to sleep with her. Meanwhile, Dorothy dates a musician who portrays a Beatle in "Beatlemania."

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Blanche thinks her sex appeal is fading when her boyfriend doesn't want to sleep with her. Meanwhile, Dorothy dates a musician who portrays a Beatle in "Beatlemania."

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Estelle Getty and Terry Kiser both appeared in mannequin movies Getty appears in mannequin as Claire Timkin and Kiser appeared in the sequel mannequin on the move as Count Spretzle Sorcerer. See more »

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Blanche Devereaux: [entering the kitchen] I am nothing but a cheap, tawdry slut!
Rose Nylund: [sitting with her back to the door] Don't tell me... Is it Blanche?
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References The Jetsons (1962) See more »

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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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The Commitments (#7.15)
25 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Dorothy has a blind date but she wants Blanche to go instead of her because she has a ticket to Beatlemania that she doesn't want to miss. Blanche feels bad after going with this guy several times because he doesn't want to sleep with her and she feels her attractiveness is fading. And Dorothy hooks up with the guy who impersonates George and has lots of fun.

A nice episode. I hope they don't make Blanche a "lady" to the end of the show, since her having fun is not a bad thing but it will e interesting if it lasts a few episodes.

And Dorothy running around with "George" singing "yeah yeah yeah" was a great fun.


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