Rose gets a big shock when she develops some old film she discovers in one of Charlie's cameras.

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Rose gets a big shock when she develops some old film she discovers in one of Charlie's cameras. Written by crisso

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The title is based on a song from the musical "Wildcat" with book by N. Richard Nash, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, and music by Cy Coleman, which starred Lucille Ball in 1960. See more »

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In The Golden Girls: Wham, Bam, Thank You, Mammy, Blanche's Mammy calls her Blanche Marie Hollingsworth, therefore her initials should read BMD rather than BED (Blanche Elizabeth Devereaux). See more »

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Rose: You expect me to believe that? Come on, Blanche, you've landed on your back more times than...
Dorothy: The American Gladiators.
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References Mothra (1961) See more »

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Thank You For Being A Friend
Written by Andrew Gold
Sung by Cynthia Fee
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Hey, Look Me Over (#7.1)
24 February 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Rose finds an old camera of Charlies' and gets pictures developed. She finds out in shock that there is him in bed with Blanche on those pictures. She is very upset but at the end forgives Blanche because she is so important to her. And Dorothy tries to get Sophia to get hearing aids just to find out that Sophia's hearing is fine while she needs it.

Well the way Rose's story ends was a bit dumb, why would Blanche make pictures of herself after finding Charlies' camera? And it wasn't necessary to change it I didn't think badly of Blanche because of it. It is always only the fault of the one who is cheating which would have been Charlie in this case. It was nice to see that even if Rose didn't think like that she knew she loves Blanche anyways.


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