The Golden Girls

That Old Feeling

Season 5, Ep 8, Aired 11/18/89
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  • Episode Description
  • Blanche is visited by her brother in-law and is taken back by his resemblance to her deceased husband. She quickly finds herself falling in love with hopes of marriage.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Betty White

    Rose Nylund

  • Bea Arthur

    Dorothy Zbornak

  • Rue McClanahan

    Blanche Devereaux

  • Estelle Getty

    Sophia Petrillo

  • Tom Whedon

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Blanche is in love with her brother-in-law...

    By RoxieVelma, Feb 09, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Sophia: I had a blind date. Actually, he was just legally blind.

    • Sophia: I'm going to sleep. I don't know how long I've got, but I deserve better company than this.

    • Dorothy: I don't think Stan and I would have gotten together if I had known his entire family smells their fingers all day after they eat chicken.

    • Rose: Dorothy Zbornak, you might show a little compassion. Dorothy: Catch me on a day when the story's about me.

    • Blanche: [Blanche telling the girls about her night with her late husband George's brother, Jamie] All we did all night was talk about George. How much George loved me, how George couldn't take his eyes off me, how George would have to save his money to buy presents good enough for me. It felt so good talking about George.

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    Notes (2)

    • George Grizzard, who plays Jamie, also appears as Blanche's husband George in a sixth season episode, "Mrs. George Devereaux" in which she dreams that George was alive.

    • This is the first and only time Blanche's brother-in-law Jamie is mentioned.

    Trivia (2)

    • Viewed by 33.6 million people, and ranked #5 for the week.

    • In the beginning of this episode Sophia is serving food and there are four plates on the table, and Dorothy, Rose and Blanche are already seated. It is obvious Sophia was supposed to sit in the fourth seat, but then her back would be towards the audience. A few seconds later she is seen eating at the counter, directly out of the pot. Why would she set a place at the table if she wasn't going to eat it there?

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