Rose is convinced Charlie is communicating with her from beyond the grave; Blanche dates a baseball player.

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Rose is convinced Charlie is communicating with her from beyond the grave; Blanche dates a baseball player.

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When Sofia pretends Charlie is possessing her, she moves her left hand toward her chin. In the next shot, the hand is extended and she pulls it back again. See more »

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Dorothy: Rose, I think Ma has something she'd like to tell you.
Sophia Petrillo: Yeah, how come your hair never moves when you do?
Dorothy: That's a question, granted a good one, but we're looking for a statement.
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References Dances with Wolves (1990) See more »

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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Where's Charlie? (#7.5)
24 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Miles gives Rose a ring. But when she gets home she sees that all the cantaloupe in the fruit salad is on one side of it. This is a sign her and Charlie agreed on to communicate from behind the grave. Then Sophia also plays a trick on her and makes Rose think that Charlie doesn't want her to be with Miles. But later she decides that it must be the opposite.

A common ridiculous story about the sweet and naive Rose. Sophia was so bad! Just like Dorothy I really can see the temptation though.

Blanche's baseball guy story was alright too. He was indeed very funny in that blue dress and pearls. Not like a real cross dresser would be!


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