The Golden Palace

Season 1 Episode 11

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

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Dec 04, 1992 on CBS
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Camp Town Races Aren't Nearly As Much Fun As They Used To Be
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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.

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    Cheech Marin

    Cheech Marin

    Chuy Castillos

    Don Cheadle

    Don Cheadle

    Roland Wilson

    Betty White

    Betty White

    Rose Nylund

    Rue McClanahan

    Rue McClanahan

    Blanche Devereaux

    Estelle Getty

    Estelle Getty

    Sophia Petrillo

    Billy L. Sullivan

    Billy L. Sullivan

    Oliver Webb (only appeared in episodes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 14)

    Charles Napier

    Charles Napier

    Mr. Smith #1

    Guest Star

    Camille Ameen

    Camille Ameen

    Mrs. Smith #1

    Guest Star

    Arthur Eckdahl

    Arthur Eckdahl

    Mr. Smith #2

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • 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.

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