History Awesome / TheGoldenGirls

17th Nov '17 2:35:14 PM Gravidef
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** Later, the cops ask the girls to place a transmitter in the [=McDowell=] home during the dinner party; Dorothy volunteers to be the plant. She manages to keep her cool and succeed, with the other girls not revealing anything either, and the bug ends up being the key to breaking the case and getting the [=McDowells=] behind bars. For a substitute teacher, grief counselor, museum worker, and retired old woman, the group is pretty tough.

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** Later, the cops ask the girls to place a transmitter in the [=McDowell=] home during the dinner party; Dorothy volunteers to be the plant. She manages to keep her cool and succeed, with the other girls not revealing anything either, and the bug ends up being the key to breaking the case and getting the [=McDowells=] behind bars. For a substitute teacher, grief counselor, museum worker, and retired old woman, the group is pretty tough.[[NeverMessWithGranny undeniably badass.]]
17th Nov '17 2:34:43 PM Gravidef
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* In "To Catch a Neighbor," the girls learn that their new neighbors, the McDowells, are jewel fences planning a major exchange soon. The two cops who tell them this set up shop in their home for a stakeout. When Mrs. McDowell shows up at the door to invite the women to dinner, Rose, Dorothy, and Blanche panic, and even the police are at a loss for words...and that's when Sophia enters and, without missing a beat, introduces the men as her son and grandson in town for a fishing trip. Even the officers are impressed by Sophia's quick thinking, which may have kept them from being discovered.
** Later, the cops ask the girls to place a transmitter in the McDowell home during the dinner party; Dorothy volunteers to be the plant. She manages to keep her cool and succeed, with the other girls not revealing anything either, and the bug ends up being the key to breaking the case and getting the McDowells behind bars. For a substitute teacher, grief counselor, museum worker, and retired old woman, the group is pretty tough.

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* In "To Catch a Neighbor," the girls learn that their new neighbors, the McDowells, [=McDowells=], are jewel fences planning a major exchange soon. The two cops who tell them this set up shop in their home for a stakeout. When Mrs. McDowell [=McDowell=] shows up at the door to invite the women to dinner, Rose, Dorothy, and Blanche panic, and even the police are at a loss for words...and that's when Sophia enters and, without missing a beat, introduces the men as her son and grandson in town for a fishing trip. Even the officers are impressed by Sophia's quick thinking, which may have kept them from being discovered.
** Later, the cops ask the girls to place a transmitter in the McDowell [=McDowell=] home during the dinner party; Dorothy volunteers to be the plant. She manages to keep her cool and succeed, with the other girls not revealing anything either, and the bug ends up being the key to breaking the case and getting the McDowells [=McDowells=] behind bars. For a substitute teacher, grief counselor, museum worker, and retired old woman, the group is pretty tough.
17th Nov '17 2:33:44 PM Gravidef
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* In "The Actor", the women telling off the lecherous actor who's been playing all of them--in the middle of their play. So effective that the audience thinks it's AllPartOfTheShow and heartily applauds, forcing them to bow in appreciation.

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* In "The Actor", the women telling off the lecherous actor who's been playing all of them--in the middle of their play. So It's so effective that the audience thinks it's AllPartOfTheShow and heartily applauds, forcing them to bow in appreciation.appreciation.
* In "To Catch a Neighbor," the girls learn that their new neighbors, the McDowells, are jewel fences planning a major exchange soon. The two cops who tell them this set up shop in their home for a stakeout. When Mrs. McDowell shows up at the door to invite the women to dinner, Rose, Dorothy, and Blanche panic, and even the police are at a loss for words...and that's when Sophia enters and, without missing a beat, introduces the men as her son and grandson in town for a fishing trip. Even the officers are impressed by Sophia's quick thinking, which may have kept them from being discovered.
** Later, the cops ask the girls to place a transmitter in the McDowell home during the dinner party; Dorothy volunteers to be the plant. She manages to keep her cool and succeed, with the other girls not revealing anything either, and the bug ends up being the key to breaking the case and getting the McDowells behind bars. For a substitute teacher, grief counselor, museum worker, and retired old woman, the group is pretty tough.
15th Oct '17 6:24:51 PM Lightning4119
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* In "Big Daddy's Little Lady," the B-plot involves Dorothy and Rose writing a song about Miami, trying to win a cash prize. They don't win, but they write a pretty good song, and the episode ends with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sRQELNLRG8 all four girls singing it as Rose plays the piano.]]
9th Sep '17 10:06:55 PM DrOO7
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* In "The Actor", the women telling off the lecherous actor who's been playing all of them--in the middle of their play. So effective that the audience thinks it's AllPartOfTheShow and heartily applauds, forcing them to bow in appreciation.
10th Aug '17 3:32:34 AM CJO123
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** And then later, when Blanche realizes part of his problem is that his parents (her daughter and her "Yankee" husband) are always arguing, she calls them and tells them in a half-bluff/half-truth that she's keeping him. When her daughter argues this, Blanche says "All right, but if you don't start giving that boy the love and attention he deserves [[MamaBear I will kick your uppity butt 'til Hell won't have it again!"]]

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** And then later, when Blanche realizes part of his problem is that his parents (her daughter and her "Yankee" husband) are always arguing, she calls them and tells them in a half-bluff/half-truth that she's keeping him. When her daughter argues this, Blanche says "All right, but if you don't start giving that boy the love and attention he deserves [[MamaBear I will kick your uppity butt 'til Hell won't have it again!"]]again!"]]. The studio audience bursts into applause at this.



'''Dorothy:''' But not from YOU, from your COMPETITOR.\\

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'''Dorothy:''' But not from YOU, ''you'', from your COMPETITOR.competitor.\\



'''Dorothy:''' Because what you're trying to do is terrify us into spending more money than we have! Now get out of here before the victim of violent crime in THIS house is YOU! ''[shoos him out the front door and slams it]''

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'''Dorothy:''' Because what you're you were trying to do is terrify us into spending more money than we have! have. Now get out of here before the victim of violent crime in THIS ''this'' house is YOU! '''you'''! ''[shoos him out the front door and slams it]'' it; the studio audience then applauds]''
17th Jun '17 5:46:51 PM GarrulousTiger
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** Earlier in the same episode, the ladies are listening to a security system salesman give them a sales pitch designed to terrify them: "One in every four people will be a victim... ''[pauses for emphasis]'' of a violent crime." Dorothy, realizing the salesman is taking advantage of their fright (especially Rose's), finally has enough.

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** Earlier in the same episode, the ladies are listening to a security system salesman give them a sales pitch designed to terrify them: "One in every four people will be a victim... ''[pauses for emphasis]'' of a violent crime." Dorothy, realizing the salesman is taking advantage of their fright fear (especially Rose's), finally has enough.
17th Jun '17 5:46:07 PM GarrulousTiger
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'''Salesman:''' Okay...

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'''Salesman:''' Okay...\\
17th Jun '17 5:45:17 PM GarrulousTiger
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** Earlier in the same episode, the ladies are listening to a security system salesman give them a sales pitch designed to terrify them: "One in every four people will be a victim... ''[pauses for emphasis]'' of a violent crime." Dorothy, realizing the salesman is taking advantage of their fright (especially Rose's), finally has enough.
--> '''Dorothy:''' Fine, we'll get the basic system.\\
'''Salesman:''' Okay...
'''Dorothy:''' But not from YOU, from your COMPETITOR.\\
'''Salesman:''' What?\\
'''Dorothy:''' Because what you're trying to do is terrify us into spending more money than we have! Now get out of here before the victim of violent crime in THIS house is YOU! ''[shoos him out the front door and slams it]''
6th May '17 5:52:21 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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** This immediately turns awkward when [[spoilers:Mrs. Claxton does exactly that]].

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** This immediately turns awkward when [[spoilers:Mrs.[[spoiler:Mrs. Claxton does exactly that]].
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