The Golden Girls

Season 2 Episode 9

Joust Between Friends

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Aired Unknown Dec 06, 1986 on NBC
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Joust Between Friends
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Laid off from work, Dorothy searches for part-time work which leads to Blanche getting her a job at the museum. Then fur flies when Dorothy is handed the job of organizing a banquet, the duty Blanche was hoping for. Meanwhile, Rose finds a stray dog at the supermarket.moreless

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  • This was a very good episode!

    8.4
    My favorite part was a part that was cut in syndication but is on the DVD, when the museum director tells Sophia he'd like to show her a magnificent pair of "Goghan's" and Sophia says "What are you a pervert?! I was married for 45 years, I never even saw my husband's Goghan's." I also thought the dog story was very sweet, and Dorothy and Blanche being at each other's throats was pretty funny.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Blanche reveals how hurt she is that Dorothy came in and learned her job in less than a week. Well, first off, we don't see Blanche doing very much other than watering a plant and accusing Dorothy of molestation. Not only that, in season five Blanche talks about how she only works 12 hours a week directing people to the cafeteria.

    • Sophia tells Mr. Allan, whom she believes, is making lewd advances towards her, that she was married for 45 years. However, in season three, Sophia says she was married for 50 years.

    • The lunch sack that Dorothy is packing in the kitchen for work, disappears and reappears during takes.

  • QUOTES (15)

    • Blanche: Does Dorothy get the job?
      Mr. Allen: (distracted) Oh, sure. I don't care.
      Dorothy: Thank you, Mr. Allen. I hope I can live up to your expectations.

    • Dorothy: (referring to the dog) I just spilled my guts to somebody who drinks out of the toilet.

    • Dorothy: Ma, it's only 8 o' clock in the morning, what're you doing with the sherry?
      Sophia: Relax, I was just hiding it from the dog.
      Dorothy: You expect me to believe that? (the dog comes in and jumps in the char, Dorothy speaks to the dog) Allright but promise me you won't drive.

    • Rose: He better stay one more day, Dorothy, I don't think he's feeling very well.
      Sophia: Don't worry, it's just a hangover .
      Dorothy: Ma, you gave the dog alcohol?
      Sophia: I had some sherry while I rinsed out my underwear, it's a little thing I do Mondays and Thursdays.

    • Blanche: Eat dirt, Dorothy.
      Sophia: I can't take this anymore. Blanche, that banquet you're all steamed up about, they're throwing it in your honor!
      Dorothy: Ma, that was a secret.
      Sophia: Your secret, not mine. (to Blanche) Now that you feel like the dirt you wanted my daughter to eat, I think I'll go into the kitchen and have a hard candy.

    • Blanche: I'm so sorry about the way I acted, Dorothy. It's just that before I was always the best one at that office, and then you came along and suddenly I realized that any idiot could do what I do.
      Dorothy: And you were afraid you couldn't come up with the right words to apologize.

    • Blanche: Dorothy Zspornak, you back-stabbing Jezzebel, I demand you show me that paper!
      Dorothy: I'm sorry, flattery won't work!

    • Blanche: Dorothy, are you crying?
      Dorothy: No. I just have something in my eye.
      Rose: That's dog love in your eye!

    • Rose: (talking in a dog voice) Bye, Auntie Blanche! Bye, Auntie Sophia!
      Sophia: I don't know how she gets away with it. If she were my age, she'd be locked up at Shady Pines making boats out of popsicle sticks.

    • Dorothy: Hi, Blanche.
      Blanche: Eat dirt and die, trash!

    • Rose: (referring to the dog) I couldn't help it, Dorothy. He followed me home.
      Dorothy: Oh come on, Rose, you drive to the market. How did he follow you home, in a taxi?!

    • (Dog Barks)
      Dorothy: What was that?
      Blanche: Rose brought a dog home from the supermarket.
      Dorothy: What, couldn't she have just gotten stew meat like she usually does?

    • Blanche: (referring to the dog) Oh he likes me, he must be a male.

    • Blanche: My, my, it's a little early to be licking boots, isn't it Dorothy?
      Dorothy: I had a light breakfast.

    • Rose: (pretending her dog friend is talking to her) Don't explain Rose, I lived with a couple of bitches myself.

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