The Golden Girls: Season 2, Episode 20

Whose Face Is This, Anyway? (28 Feb. 1987)

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The other graduates at Blanche's high school reunion make her feel her looks have faded, and she decides to have plastic surgery.

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The other graduates at Blanche's high school reunion make her feel her looks have faded, and she decides to have plastic surgery.

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Rose Nylund: Oh, Blanche, how do you feel about performing in front of a video camera?
Blanche Devereaux: I think it's okay as long as you've already had at least three dates.
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I saw this episode this morning. Blanche went to her college sorority reunion, not a high school reunion. When she returns, she says it has been "thirty years" since she has seen her sorority sisters, which confirms Blanche to be in her early fifties at series start. This episode is filled with name-drops: Fess Parker (five times), Joe Pepitone, Wilford Brimley, Shelley Hack, to name a few. The name drops will probably restrict the comedy to folks who remember these actors and what they look like. This episode features one of the best open-and-close sequences I have seen on TV comedy, in which Dorothy remarks, "she had me right in her corner up until...".


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