The Golden Girls is an American sitcom that originally aired on NBC from September 14, 1985, to May 9, 1992. Starring Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty, the show centers on four older women sharing a Miami, Florida home. The series was produced by Touchstone Pictures and distributed by Buena Vista Television, both subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Company. Visit here for more on the Golden Girls: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Golden_Girls
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Dorothy and Blanche's Uncle Lucas get married, and the ladies part company.
Blanche tricks Dorothy into going out with her visiting Uncle Lucas. While out together, Dorothy and Lucas decide to seek revenge on Blanche by pretending to get engaged. Meanwhile, they really do fall in love. They soon plan to have a real wedding.
Rose must undergo triple-bypass heart surgery.
Rose gives Miles a boudoir photo of herself for his birthday.
Everything seems to go all wrong at Blanche's party.
Sophia needs to complete 3 tasks to "save" Dorothy, Miles and Dorothy must admit to their kiss, Rose and Miles contemplate marriage, and Blanche befriends a thief.
Dorothy becomes more popular at Blanche's regular nightspot.
Dorothy and Stan are both arrested as "slum-lords".
Dorothy strives to be a contestant on TV game show Jeopardy!.
Dorothy dates a Beatles impersonator, while a new man in her life causes Blanche to question her sexuality.
Dorothy's former English teacher from high school returns, and ends up taking all the credit for a piece that Dorothy wrote.
Rose can't remember an acquaintance named Thor from St. Olaf. Meanwhile, Sophia meets a man through an ad in the newspaper.
Sophia accidentally takes Pope John Paul II's piscatory ring, in hopes of "The Pontiff" blessing Sophia's ill friend in the hospital, but she is forced to return it.
A Persian Gulf soldier, whom Blanche cannot remember, returns to win her back.
Dorothy learns that Sophia actually encouraged Stan and Gloria to "hook-up".
Sophia, Blanche, and Rose recall "bad dates" when Dorothy is the only one with a date on a Saturday night.
After Blanche starts dating a TV news reporter, she must fend off another woman: the man's overbearing mother.
After Miles gives Rose a "friendship ring", she thinks that Charlie is angrily trying to contact her from beyond the grave.
Blanche drags her granddaughter through a beauty pageant, while Sophia re-connects with an old nemesis.
The ladies attend a 'Murder Mystery Weekend', where Blanche is suspected of committing a real murder.
Rose finds an old photograph of her late husband, Charlie, in Blanche's bed.
Sophia is suspected of burning down the nursing home where she once lived.
An attorney helps to clear Sophia's name.
Dorothy reluctantly enters a bachelorette auction.
Dorothy's prom date returns to see her again with some shocking information about their previous date.
A con man, who turns out to be a gangster Miles once sent to prison, dates Rose just to get to Miles, who suddenly returns.
Blanche fails to correct a man, who thinks that Blanche's granddaughter is her own child.
Blanche wants a commitment from her "romantic confidante".
Sophia vehemently objects to Dorothy and Stan re-marrying.
Dorothy and Stan hit it off after secretly dating for quite some time.
Miles reveals that he is in the Witness Relocation Program.
Rose thinks that Miles is getting "boring", and she decides to "spice up" their relationship.
Sophia clashes with her daughter-in-law at her son's funeral over the real cause of a life-long argument.
Blanche's well-mentioned advice to Sophia and Rose turns out to be not so good.
Blanche's secret admirer turns out to be her "dead" husband, who faked his death, and now wants to reconcile.
Sophia wants to become a nun to "replace" her deceased friend.
Dorothy and Stan anticipate getting back together.
Outside pressure forces Dorothy to give a star athlete a passing grade, which would allow him to play in an upcoming football game.
Blanche's childhood nanny visits, and ultimately reveals that she once had an affair with Blanche's father.
Finally having become rich with one of his "silly" contraptions, Dorothy's ex-husband, Stan, tries to win her back.
Rose meets her biological father while volunteering at the hospital. Meanwhile, Sophia must undergo hernia surgery.
The girls learns that President George H. W. Bush is coming to Miami, and their house is a possible candidate for his stop along the way to a retirement home. The girls then reminisce, as a Secret Service agent informally interrog
Dorothy becomes addicted to gambling after she spends a day at the racetrack.
Sophia oversees an old curse that she once placed on a wedding the ladies are attending.
Dorothy rekindles a romance, while Sophia and Blanche fall victims to a scam.
Blanche unwittingly inspires her sister's newly-published romance novel, while Stan's cousin from Czechoslovakia stays with the ladies. (The name of this episode is a play on the film Lovers and Other Strangers, which Bea Arthur starred in.)
Two men vie for Rose's affections, and she is forced to decide between her old boyfriend and her current boyfriend.
A blood transfusion may have given Rose AIDS.
Sophia decides to visit her previous residence in Brooklyn to jog her memories of her late husband.