- I''m just amazed she wore piles of clothes with knee-high boots in Miami weather without breaking a sweat. Her circulation must have been shit.
- It''s all about scale: big lady, big purse.\
You''ll notice that Maude Findlay also sported large, free-flowing styles, although more vest and duster centric.
- Didn''t she carry a clutch most of the time? Like my gran in the 80''s. Tons of shoes and each had a perfect clutch to match.
- She''s Strong ,Handsome, Daring and now she''s got a man
- Nothing she wore was as horrifying as that thing of a wedding dress they put her in for her last show. Carol Burnett''s drapes gown in "Went With The Wind" was more flattering.
- Beatrice Arthur also wore those shapeless floor length vests over pants suits on MAUDE. She rarely was seen in a calf-length fitted dress. She must have been hiding a HUGE ass or a pear-shaped body.
- Dorothy was always having a Chicos kind of day.
- Bea had great legs. She did a Gypsy Rose Lee tribute on Maude once and showed them off. Her body wasn''t bad, but I guess she didn''t feel that way.
- [quote]The strain of these large leather sacks seem like they must have caused fatigue\
Chronic fatigue syndrome
- It took a lot of duct tape to keep that monster under control.
- That''s CONGRESSWOMAN MAUDE FINDLAY, to you!
So which of you New Yawkers voted for her?
- I''ve never understood how she got the attention of so many men at The Rusty Anchor dressed like a sack of potatoes.
Blanche, applying moisturizer to my chaffed knees
- It''s all about lapels...
- It wasn''t always so...
- Judy Evans was the costume designer.\
Bea Arthur loved the clothes Judy picked out for her. In fact she insisted that Judy be her costumer designer on the one TV movies she did during her GG hiatus for ABC
- Don''t throw in the cowl, Dorothy!
- I really loved that woman. RIP, Bea.
- The most hilarious costumes were her nightgowns and "workout" clothes (coaching little league, etc). They somehow translated her look into those as well.
- As a victim of rape she was always careful to obscure her femininity; lest she expose herself to unwanted attention from a male aggressor.
Dr. Harry Weston
- Were heavy cowl neck sweaters and calf-length jackets the root cause of Dorothy''s two episode bout with chronic fatigue syndrome?
Bea Arthur ripping an unfeeling physician to threads while reading cue cards
- I always wondered where the hell they got Dorothy''s clothes. Besides being unflattering and fug, they were wildly inappropriate for South Florida
- Yes, r21, and that reminds me of the episodes where the heat goes out and they''re all looking to bunk with Sophia because she has an electric blanket. Does anyone in Florida actually own an electric blanket?
- Cowl-neck sweaters and suede boots are the last things you''d want to wear in Miami, of all places. You''d collapse in a puddle of sweat in ten minuts.
- She''s old people. Old people like to stay warm.
- "Didn''t she carry a clutch most of the time?"%0D\
r3, except possibly in scenes where they were in evening clothes at one of their formal galas, I never remember Dorothy carrying a clutch - in everyday life, Dorothy''s huge purses almost invariably had two thick, clunky shoulder straps.%0D\
I believe Rose did carry clutches often.%0D\
Blanche I think of as usually having a purse with a shoulder strap - but a thin, petite strap, as opposed to Dorothy''s. She may have had clutches sometimes, too.%0D\
Sophia, of course, had only the bamboo purse with the handles she wore on her forearm.
- Agreed, r5, Dorothy''s wedding dress in the final episode was like the costume designer saying to the audience, "You think Dorothy''s clothes for the past seven seasons have been ugly? You ain''t SEEN ugly yet!!" My favorite part are the hideous ringlets that look like they were cut out of construction paper.
- The finale wedding dress:
- Dorothy gets married in the finale?!?! I can''t believe you spoiled it for me --- I hadn''t seen the last episode yet!
- [quote]Does anyone in Florida actually own an electric blanket?%0D\
Yes, expecially in homes that have no central heat. For many decades, homes in south Florida were built with just a small space heater built into a hallway or living room.
- Why in hell would a woman in her sixties getting married for the second time wear a full length wedding dress with a veil?! Aside from being totally inappropriate it just looks stupid. An old woman in a long, white wedding gown? What bad taste!%0D\
Aside from all that, the gown is totally hideous. Did anybody notice that? Or maybe the gown was meant for comic effect, and that''s the reason it''s so ugly. Anyway, it''s one of the ugliest wedding gowns ever created.
- Back in the eighties I came across a book in the bookstore that purportedly contained anonymous interviews with celebrity lesbians. I wish I could remember the title. I have no idea if the interviews were legitimate or if the whole thing was made up. One of the interviews was with a TV actress who had starred in two popular sitcoms. From the little clues in the interview, it was fairly easy to figure out it was supposed to be Bea Arthur. One of the things she revealed is that she hated wearing skirts and dresses and vowed to always wear pants on her second big sitcom. Ever since reading that, I''ve noticed that she always seemed to be wearing pants on GG. Even when she was wearing a dress or an evening gown, it appeared she was wearing pants underneath, tucked into those suede boots.
- Except, r31, didn''t she almost always wear pants on "Maude" too? Underneath those floor-length vests, I think she usually had pants on.
- I floved that tacky flowing orange monstronsity she wore to yet another charity event in the episode where Buddy Roarke pretends to be Charlie''s war buddy in order to fleece Rose.
- Yeah, that''s how I always picture her on Maude too, R32 - floor-length vest with pants. It was almost like a "costume." But I''m just repeating what was stated in that interview book; maybe there was more to the story, like she''d wear dresses on GG but only if she could wear pants underneath. For what it''s worth, I''m not even sure she was a lesbian in real life. She left a lot of money to gay causes, but was married with (adopted) kids.
- What''s this I hear about the need for heaters in Miami? As we''ve all heard from a famous Bass Soloist:%0D\
...the coldest of winters are warm and divine.
Miami, Miami, You''ve Got Style
- "I floved that tacky flowing orange monstronsity she wore to yet another charity event in the episode where Buddy Roarke pretends to be Charlie''s war buddy in order to fleece Rose."%0D\
Yes, and we were asked to believe the totally non-credible plot point that Blanche had picked out the very same dress for herself. As if Blanche would ever have picked out a flowing, shapeless Dorothy-style dress!
- I coined Dorothy''s attire as "Lesbian Art Teacher Meets Inuit." So much draping!
- In the final season, they got a new wardrobe for all, and all of her tops looked like maternity tops. Not very flattering.
- Dorothy Zbornak is a Stroppy, Imperious Cunt!
- The girls'' dry cleaning bills must have been outrageous. They didn''t wear anything machine washable.
- Dorothy''s wardrobe theme was Majestic Flowing Drama.%0D\
Blanche''s was Bedazzled Southern Slutty.%0D\
Rose''s was Prim Polyester Matronly.%0D\
Sophia''s was Shady Pines Alzheimer''s Emergency Closet.
- Dorothy''s wardrobe theme was "Don''t touch me!"\
Blanche''s was "rape me!"\
Rose''s was "That was so nice of him to buy me dinner and pay for the dinner ticket. I wonder why I''m feeling so...woozy."\
Sophia''s was "I haven''t had feeling down there in years."
- Dorothy queefed dust.
- Hey, R43, I don''t make snotty remarks about YOUR house!
- This thread simply cannot die after some 40+ replies.
Cindy Lou Peeples
- The GG was a great show, and Bea was great at Dorothy.\
But my true love, forever and ever and EVER, is Maude Findlay. Bea was MASTERFUL as Maude. \
(and these fucking DVD''s need to ALL come OUT, NOW.)
- Bea''s wardbrobe on GG was the height of fashion in the late 80s.
- [quote]This thread simply cannot die after some 40+ replies.\
Why not, bitch? I almost did.
Kim Fung Toi
- Like that matters, Kim. You weren''t hanging with the beautiful people at the reunion.
- A better shot of the wedding dress with the construction-paper curls making a V over Dorothy''s titties.
- Watching the "Maude" theme song at r50, I wonder - what was Bea''s secret for losing all that weight that she used to have in the Maude years, and for keeping it off? She deserves a lot of credit for discipline - once you hit that age, shedding poundage can''t be easy.
- I seem to remember Dorothy having an array of hobo bags.\
However, here she is with an over-sized sack:
- Not to mention her oversized linebacker shoulder pads.
- Is this the same actress whose body was riddled with syphilis?
- Just caught a glimpse of an episode this morning. Dorothy''s fashion choice was a purple velvetty looking mumu with a preacher collar.
- I think I remember that outfit, r55 - I think it was one of her go-to date/dress-up outfits for a while.%0D\
Did you see enough of it to get what the storyline of the episode was?
- Did the Girls ever wear the same outfit twice? For people who were always crying poor, they all had extensive wardrobes, including formal evening gowns.
- Your point is a good one, r57 (they each seemed to own far more beaded evening gowns than your average substitute teacher or part-time grief counselor).%0D\
However, a lot of their outfits were indeed worn more than once. This even resulted in one of the "Golden Girls Inconsistencies" that was detailed on that years-long, 600-post thread (which I think is now tragically lost to history): on a Christmas episode, Rose gives Blanche a blouse, but it''s actually a blouse Blanche had already worn in a previous episode.
- They definitely wore outfits more than once. Ones that come to mind are that yellow and gray smock thing that Dorothy had on in the pilot, which didn''t show up again til the 4th season. She also had a cable-stitched blue sweater that she wore a few times in the first three seasons. As for Blache, there was hideous gold pant and blowse combo, and faded jeans with a yellow sweater combo she wore a few times (notably in the season 1 episode where her niece Lucy visits). And, yes, if you have to ask, I am quite gay.
- Dorothy had an ugly green formal pantsuit-type ensemble, I think with kind of a ruffled shirt and green bowtie, that she apparently thought she looked great in, because she wore it more than once to dates and evening occasions in the first few seasons.
- Thanks for correcting me about the recycled outfits, I forgot about those.%0D\
That massive Golden Girls thread from a few years back was a riot - we discussed everything about GG in obsessive detail, and no iconsistency or continuity error was too small. Too bad it''s lost now, because it was a lot of fun.
- Oh yeah r60,I remember that one. There was also that dressy pink faux lace monstrosity that she wore a few times in the first season. She''s wearing it in the opening credits in the clip where she''s on the bed with Sophia holding her hand. That showed up again in season 3 in the episode where they were donating clothes to charity.
- As for wearing clothes more than once, I remember Rose wearing a green argyle sweater more than once.
Uncle Angelo''s gingerbread
- [quote]Just caught a glimpse of an episode this morning. Dorothy''s fashion choice was a purple velvetty looking mumu with a preacher collar.\
R55, I''m watching that episode right now on the Hallmark channel! The one where Dorothy is fucking that nerdy little Eddie guy?
- I guess Bea really liked her style on Maude cause she wore those clothes in public, like in this clip from when she was on Carol Burnett.
- R59, I want to spend some serious cuddle time with you on the lanai.
- I am hoping R65 that you are kidding
- R59 I would like to add that the hideous blouse from that gold ensemble is also the gift that Rose gives Blanche for Christmas when Rose explains "Dorothy said you would like something crotchless."
- Dorothy''s reaction to her own clothes:
- What about Rose''s green plaid dress, I think that was in several episodes.
- Another actress who almost always dresses in pants and high necks is Diane Keaton.
- I miss Bea Arthur. She was such a unique talent, and it''s sad we''re never going to see her again.
- R56, I think it had to do with DZ having a blind date that her mom set up, and Rose and Blanche being mentors to some girls. I just caught the first few minutes and I was mesmerized by Dorothy''s outfit and the corny jokes.
- I could never really pin down their socioeconomic class position.%0D\
They would be poor-ish one episode, and then have mid-level extravagances in another...
- [quote]Dorothy had an ugly green formal pantsuit-type ensemble, I think with kind of a ruffled shirt and green bowtie\
This must have scared small children:
- Classic exchange, when Dorothy asks for the girls'' advice about jewelry:%0D\
Dorothy: Alright, girls, should I go with the pearls or the chain?%0D\
Rose: um, the chain%0D\
Blanche: An amateur''s mistake. Can''t you see that the chain accentuates the folds of that turkey-like neck?%0D\
Rose: Well, that may be true, but the pearls draw attention to the non-existent bosom.%0D\
Blanche: Yes, but the chain leads the eye directly down to that giant spare tire jutting out over those square, manly hips,%0D\
Dorothy: Why don''t I just wear a sign that says "Too ugly to live"?%0D\
Blanche: OK, but where are you going to hang it from--the chain or the pearls?%0D\
Dorothy: Neither, I''M GOING TO SPRAY PAINT IT ON THE HUMP ON MY BACK!!
- I''ve always loved Rose''s green sweatshirt with the airplane on it.
- RECYCLED DRESS: Worn by Sophia & her sister Angela (the DIVINE Nancy Walker). A red number with a big bkack bow tied at the neck. Can not recall who wore it first.
Father Frank Leahy
- I''m blind! I''m blind!
- I actually like that green pantsuit, but without the bowtie. I always thought Dorothy was the most stylish out of all of them.
- This is classic Dorothy right here.
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Phil''s poker buddies
- I never thought about it before but she did wear on awful lot of heavy clothing for FL. If she were really there she''d be collapse from heat stroke.
- B Arthur wore the kind of clothes that a middle-aged, out-of-shape man in drag would wear%0D
Nance from Delray
- That orange dress that she & Blanche both wore was as ugly as the wedding dress.
- Agreed R84, and it was obviously designed for Bea, so when Rue wore it she looked like an Oompa Loompa
- The wedding dress is just hideous.
- R86''s picture made me sad. Everybody is dead except Betty. I miss them.
- Well, R87, here''s an excellent way to remember them.
- My favorite thing about this thread is the names of the posters.
Mr. Ha Ha
- My mom used to say "She must have terrible legs" She seriously dressed like she had a deformity and she was a hot number. I don''t get it, I lived thro the 80s but she took it to an extreme.
- Bea was considerably larger in her Maude days than she was on Golden Girls, and it seemed she still wanted to dress like she was covering up the fat.
- The wedding dress was probably the producers way of getting back at bea for quitting the show! I know no other reason why a dress so heinous would be given to her to wear!
Dr. Jonathan Newman
- R92 -\
- I wonder if Jean and Trudy McMahon ever got it on. After all, they were Dorothy''s best friends from high school.
Barry Glick, adjusting my caftan
- The shorter cop is Bea''s son:
- So sweet
- I agree, r89.
- r97''s name doesn''t ring a bell. Oh and btw, KILL GONZALEZ!
- Everyone know Enrique Mas!
- It''s off. Bob Dishy, who played Mr. Terrific (awful, awful episode, btw), was Bea''s contemporary on GG, but played her prospective son-in-law in the Maude pilot on All in the Family.
- She looked like the mother of a Solid Gold dancer.
- R98, I love that episdoe. It was just on last nite on the Hallmark Channel.\
- I won in a landslide!
- Am I still barred from the Mortimer Club?
- Surpised you were able to walk in October.
- I''m in the jail again, this time for stealing Gino''s pizza rolls.
- I think you''ve missed the point.
- Barbara, you cunt, go choke on your Edgar Allen Poetatoes.
- I think Dorothy had a trimmed bush, triangle shaped.\
I bet Blanche kept it very well groomed for her gentlemen callers. I''m thinking landing strip.\
I imagine Rose kept a hairy bush as a comforting reminder of the cat she gave away when she moved in to Blanche''s home. \
Sophia''s hairs were probably falling out. I bet her granny panties looked like a salon floor.
- Who cares what my sister wore or how she had her bush. I''m the prettier one and mom''s favorite. I loved pissing Dorothy off by getting Stan to sleep with me in her own bed!
Gloria the nasty ho
- Gloria, I''ll never forgive you, in your Doris Belack incarnation, for trying to have Sophia all to yourself by taking her back to California. I hate you, I hate you, I hate you!
- Gloria wasn''t Dorothy''s sister, she was mine!
Gina Bosco, switched at birth
- I will be attending one last garden party before the summer ends. I''ll be covering the buffet table.
Dorothy''s pink lace monstrosity
- OMG, I was just watching SOAP on Antenna TV, and they had Katherine Helmond in the same house dress that Rue was wearing in the season 1 episode where Dorothy''s new bf, Dr. Elliot Clayton, makes a pass at her. Did Susan Harris recycle clothes from show to show?
- LOL @ r8!!!
- Dorothy''s personal style is much better than Blanche''s or Rose''s.
Isaac Q. Newton
- Dorothy is built like the stupid tree they wanted to save on *my* yard!
- Tall and strong. That''s how I like ''em.
- Also worth a mention is one of Dorothy''s ugly evening ensembles from later seasons, black with gold trim including gold military-style epaulets on the shoulder. She memorably wore this to The Rusty Anchor the night she first wowed the crowd with her impromptu rendition of "What''ll I Do?" (because, of course, a bar full of rowdy straight men would instantly quiet and everyone would flock to the piano in rapt attention if a woman who looked and sounded like Bea Arthur started singing). But I think she also wore this outfit on other occasions too.
- I also enjoy how Bea NEVER wore heals... Only winter boots for her in those 80-90 degree weather Miami days
Nurse De Farge
- This r119?
- [R109] Scary enough I just read Rue''s autobiography, in which she describes shaving everything below the equator because she was dating a guy who was into that while she was on the GG. I feel better sharing that--it was too traumatizing for me to keep to myself.
- R122, makes my name a little ironic, no?
- In that photo r81 linked - is BA photoshopped on that background? Strange.
- The "Dorothy sings at the Rusty Anchor" episode is on Hallmark RIGHT NOW!!! (Eastern time)
- Don't look directly at the dress, R125!
- I can't look away!!!
- R59 and R68, Blanche also wore the gold shirt and pants outfit on the episode when Fat Rebecca came to visit with her abusive fiancee.
Honestly, most of these outfits were VERY fashionable in the late 80s/early 90s.
And I though Dorothy looked better in the orange dress than Blanche. It made Blanche look short and fat.
- It's no secret, Blanche told the girls that she always shaved "above the knee".
- [quote]Honestly, most of these outfits were VERY fashionable in the late 80s/early 90s.
Exactly. It's easy to forget nowadays, because to our eyes those outfits are hideous, but back then they were considered fashionable. Many women wore outfits just like the GG back then.
- Call me crazy, but I actually think the outfit Dorothy is wearing at the beginning of the episode "Mister Terrific" (see link) is kind of pretty.
On the other hand, the outfit Rose wears at 4:45 is hideous even by Golden Girls standards.
- Does anyone know why Bea Arthur wore a green ring on both Golden Girls and Maude? Anyone know the significance?
- I think Bea Arthur was very conscious of her height, and the wardrobe (if you care to call it that...some of the most hideous clothes to ever grace the small screen) was designed to camouflage it. Notice how she almost always has her arms bent at the elbow, often striking a very "theatrical" pose? I think she did that to take attention away from her "vertical-ness"
- I don't know, R132, but thank you for resurrecting this thread. It's one of my favorites!
- Dorothy had great taste in books.
- R132, I noticed that Betty wears a ring still that she wore on the show, so I think they might have worn personal jewelry.
R135, Dorothy recommended a HELL of a book to me!
- How does that Slurpee taste, Cousin Magda?
- Did Dorothy really have a big, floppy pancreas?
- Little known fact. Dorothy was into K9.
- Yes.. All of those clothes a-and the jewelry was very popular back in the 80's/early 90s. They were always very dressed up all of the time (which was the norm..and still is for alot of TV shows). Also, the more popular the show becomes (GG was no exception) then the more money was spent on wardrobes, hair, and makeup. (Or at least the hair and makeup usually gets better as the clothes do.) And, from what I've seen, a lot of the clothing was worn over and over again.
Dorothy was tall and statuesque. Her character was of Italian heritage. It looks as her stylists were inspired to have some re-interpretation of the Romanesque (‘Roman Goddess) in her dress. Hence, the draping fabrics and layers; the hair styles. Think of Roman art of women you’ve seen. Dorothy’s dress style and makeup is right in there.
Blanche was supposed to be a romantic, modern, independent but lonely woman. Using sex as a replacement for the love she’d lost. She was dressed accordingly.There are a few of her negligees I only wish I could get my hands on.
Rose was dressed in Betty’s signature style. A style which has always allowed her particular brand of humor to shine. Those zingers couldn’t come off quite the same without it. Traditionally soft, feminine, naïve ….on the outside.
I love the GGs. They are great, great characters and I wish there’d been more shows to watch.
- R140 sounds like Laszlo. Though I agree, there is a dress that Blanche wore (it was linked in this thread) during the episode where Eliot Clayton made a pass on her, that I would kill to have in my collection. It's timeless, and she looked young and stunning wearing it.
- BEA WÁS SOMEONE I TRUELY LOOKED UP TO.WHENEVER I FELT LIKE CRAP I WOULD WATCH THE GOLDEN GIRLS AND LAUGH TIL I CRIED. WHEN BEA PASSED I'M POSITIVE A PIECE OF MY HEART WENT WITH HER THAT DAY. SHE TRUELY WAS A VERY SPECIAL LADY. REST IN PEACE BEATRICE.
- I bet Bea didn't scream things in all caps.
- [quote]Dorothy was tall and statuesque. Her character was of Italian heritage. It looks as her stylists were inspired to have some re-interpretation of the Romanesque (Roman Goddess) in her dress. Hence, the draping fabrics and layers;
All the fabric was used to hide hips as wide as a battleship.
- I don't know what any of you are talking about Bea Arthur had B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L clothes. I wish I could find tops like she wore
- When the green pantsuit got mentioned I thought of a completely different green pantsuit. The second one was emerald green and was often worn with a purple blouse and scarf combo. She wore that on and off from season 1 right until the end. I'm positive she wore it in the final scene at the Rusty Anchor.
- Unfortunately the only picture I could find of her in this costume I mentioned has a monster cucumber photoshopped into her hand.
I also think Blanche wore this same costume at least once.
- I only remember seeing Dorothy's legs (or even her ankles!) one time-- on the episode where they end up at the nudist resort and come down to dinner hiding behind the giant valentine hearts.
My Italian grandmother loved this show. She is long dead too. That's how old y'all are.
Anyway, she was convinced that Bea Arthur had a colostomy and was hiding the bag. Apparently from neck to toe. In a way she was, no?
- Dorothy's style was terrible. She looked better as Maude
Here's Maude, Edith Bunker and Sue Ann Nivens on a night out in 1974. Maudie's keeping it tight here.
- Here's Maude and Vivian. Definitely looking better than Blanche and Dorothy.
- R8 Here's Maude in that outfit giving it her all
- R147, that was no cucumber...surely you've heard the stories about how hung Bea Arthur was...
- This thread really brings sunshine. Can we talk about the shoes?? Other than the elf boots Dorothy always wore. Where there many satin peep toe pumps?
- Dorothy was a class act..
- I love that on the day Dorothy would be first meeting a star she'd lusted after for years, Patrick Vaughn... when, more than almost any other day in her life, she would put forth her highest effort to look beautiful, sexy, and desirable.... she picked THIS sweater to wear.
- My grandmother made her own clothes. She always had beads and earrings that exactly matched her outfit.
- The clothes aren't that bad considering it was the 80s. I've seen considerably worse on the street. I remember one of my aunts was sporting an apricot silk jumpsuit and mint green accessories to my mothers birthday party. My mother had an emerald green dress with white lapels made of some shiny fabric and shoulder pads you could've served a buffet lunch from. My sister had a burgundy velour sheath dress with gold piping, there were matching shoes and clutch bag too and I believe a headband may have been involved. The GG looked fine for the time.
- I was friends with Dorothy for a couple weeks... but it was just so I could bring her to the Mortimer Club, and we could all have a big laugh at her clothes.
- That green tuxedo no more resembles a Versace, than you ladies resemble a beauty queen!
- No one could wear an extremely long vest with quite the same flair as Bea as Maude Findlay... it made her seem especially elegant when she'd walk through the kitchen doors.
- one two three
- Capisce 's post about Bea having a colostomy and hence wore very loose clothes to hide the bag is a theory I've heard before and is on some medical sites ,so there may be some truth in it. Then , all those unflattering outfits would make sense !
- link please, r163
- [quote] Back in the eighties I came across a book in the bookstore that purportedly contained anonymous interviews with celebrity lesbians. I wish I could remember the title
I believe it was called (hold on for the huge surprise) "Hollywood Lesbians."
I was friends with Dorothy for a couple weeks... but it was just so I could bring her to the Mortimer Club, and we could all have a big laugh at her clothes.
You seem really sophisticated and cool. Can we be friends?
- Dorothy looks like The Bride of Frankenstein!
- [[quote]You seem really sophisticated and cool. Can we be friends?
Yes, I am very sophisticated and cool. Sorry, I didn't catch your question.
- Re my post of 163 , having googled it I couldn't find a site to substantiate the rumour definitely .People have just put they "think" she may have had this condition. So, sorry for adding to the rumour mill. She sure liked her clothes baggy though !!
- R146, that's the outfit I remember most. She wore it several times...
- What about Bea as Turkey Lurkey, complete with a tie, vest, and what looks like boots:
- What was your favorite Dorothy hairstyle:
-the severe crew cut of Season 1?
-when she grew it longer and let down her hair in Season 5?
-the poofy poodle-like hairdo of Season 7?
- The long hair of season 5 was flattering in the length department but the big bangs int he front were bad. She looked better with the hair off her face.
- Bea Arthur impersonator.
- Well, my folks were poor. I had one of those reversible Hanging/Cotillion dresses.
- What was the secret of Eddie's sexual hold over Dorothy? Did he have an enormous cock? Did he eat Dorothy's pussy out like a champ?
- Hey Sophia, how come you never came to check on me??
- [quote]Hey Sophia, how come you never came to check on me??
She was busy banging the black guy with Alzheimer's.
- 'member on Braude how she always has a scarf around her turkey like neck?
- Eddie was a very brave man, r176.
- IT WAS MY FAVORITE DOLL!
- I just saw a big ugly man with a limp walk past my bedroom window, and he was wearing Dorothy's coat!
- Did she ever get her hump fixed?
- Enrique Mas = Henry Moore
Wonder what's the significance?
- ROSE DON'T! That tea was for my mommy.
- I like how the costume designer sort of surprised us on the Valentine's Day episode by having Dorothy be the one in red, rather than Blanche. Red is such an un-Dorothy color that it was sort of fun to see her in it that one time.