The Golden Palace (1992–1993)

Seems Like Old Times: Part 2 

Sophia runs away to her old rest home. When the other girls try to get her, they find that it is no longer anywhere near as bad as she said it was.



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Episode credited cast:
Rose Nylund
Sophia Petrillo
Roland Wilson
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Now that Sophia is away, the girls need to work more to replace her. Also, Chuy is miserable with his new wife and his cooking gets worse and worse. Dorothy actively searches her mother and blames the girls for her disappearance. Chuy meets Ramon, a man who is in love with Beverly and threatens him to kill him if he hurts her. A cab driver brings back Sophia's handbag and reveals that he has driven her to Shady Pines. They call her but she says that she does not want them to pick her up. Dorothy is afraid she will be miserable there since she remembers the place was awful. Actually, it turns out Shady Pines is a great place where Sophia gets massages and tennis lessons. Also, she does not want the girls to fight over her. Chuy asks Beverly for a divorce on the grounds that he does not love her. When Beverly finds out Ramon came by, she is happy that he loves her because she did all that to make him jealous. Anyway, the marriage was a fake. Dorothy apologizes to the girls for not ... Written by Greg Philip <>

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6 November 1992 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This episode marks the last time that Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty acted together in their roles as Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, and Sophia, respectively. See more »


Blanche Devereaux: [Sophia has gone missing, and the Girls are on edge] Oh, girls, let's not be mean to each other. That won't solve anything.
Dorothy Hollingsworth: Well, there wouldn't be anything to solve if you had let me take Ma home, like I wanted to.
Blanche Devereaux: Since when is this my fault?
Dorothy Hollingsworth: Since you started forcing my mother to do hard labor.
Blanche Devereaux: [deeply offended] I don't believe you said that. Oh, f I weren't a lady, I'd deck you.
Dorothy Hollingsworth: You try it, I'll have you on your back so fast, you'll think you're out on a date.
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References The Golden Girls (1985) See more »

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