The Golden Palace

Camp Town Races Aren't Nearly As Much Fun As They Used To Be

Season 1, Ep 11, Aired 12/4/92
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  • Episode Description
  • When The Daughters of the Traditional South are set to arrive at the hotel, Blanche hangs a Confederate flag on the front counter, though this doesn't bode well with Roland. Meanwhile, Rose is outraged when a married man whom she knows checks in with his mistress.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Cheech Marin

    Chuy Castillos

  • Don Cheadle

    Roland Wilson

  • Betty White

    Rose Nylund

  • Rue McClanahan

    Blanche Devereaux

  • Estelle Getty

    Sophia Petrillo

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Roland: {stereotypical southern black voice} Yes, Miss Deveraux, anything you say Miss Deveraux... Mrs. Pinkerman: He's a good one you got there. Blanche: What did you say? Roland: {same voice} That's a good one you got there, Miss Deveraux.

    • {Blanche tries to tell Roland that the Daughters of Confederacy aren't a prejudiced group} Roland: Oh sure, Blanche, and I'm sure when they all put on those white sheets, they're doing a revival of Casper the Friendly Ghost. Rose: When do we get to see that?

    • Roland: Those bigots in bonnets aren't staying in this hotel.

    Notes (4)

    • Look closely in the dining room scene where Rose goes to the table and suggests what kind of wine to have. You can see a microphone briefly.

    • Isn't it interesting that Rose is outraged over the guest and his mistress? She, although inadvertently, was a mistress to Al Beatty (who died in her bed) during the first season of The Golden Girls.

    • It is odd that Blanche would want to be associated with Daughters of the South after her experience with being black-balled from the Daughters of the Confederacy on The Golden Girls for being "one-eighth yankee and Jewish."

    • This episode first aired on Lifetime on August 15, 2005.

    Trivia (1)

    • "Camptown Races" is the title of an old Stephen Foster song written in the 19th century.

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