The Golden Palace

Season 1 Episode 2

Promotional Considerations

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Sep 25, 1992 on CBS
8.2
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Promotional Considerations
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While everyone scrambles to promote the hotel, Rose and a talk show make a deal - guests of the show can stay at the Golden Palace for free in exchange for a "promotional considerations" ad. Meanwhile, Blanche feels Roland is usurping her territory so she goes out of her way to override all of his decisions.moreless

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  • Another great show!

    9.3
    This show was great especially Cheech Marin as Chuy when he tells Blanche Sophia won his pot and Blanche gives him a shocked look. When he says "Do I look like someone who would smoke marijuana?" I almost died. Bobcat Goldthwait was wonderful in this episode as the supposed killer who turns out to be something completely surprising. The ladies were great and Don Cheadle as Roland was also good in this episode.moreless
  • When else are you going to see Bobcat Goldthwaith play a psychotic killer who turns out to be half-way sane?

    9.5
    Ah, yes. You gotta love guest stars, especially when they play their part down to a "T." But, first, to the plot line of this episode. Roland's jealousy of Blanche's ownership of the hotel. Roland doesn't want to switch the method of doing things, but Blanche wishes everyone would check in with her before doing anything concerning funds. I think that this really shows Roland's character, how he can be one of the nicest guys, but yet he doesn't want to lose his "baby," so to speak.



    But, I would have to say that by far, the highlight of this episode is Bobcat Goldthwaith's portrayal of the guest of Barbara McCrell's show. Everyone thinks that this guy is a screaming, loud maniac who is a former killer. But, it turns out that he's actually a psychiatrist used for her show. He just plays the part awesomely, as it was making me roll on the floor in laughter.



    Finally, I still don't think that Oliver is a character that doesn't need to be there. Other than his presence, this episode was a very good example.moreless
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)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The theme music for The Barbara McCrell Show was the same theme used for Grab That Dough, the game show the girls went on during episode 16 of season three of The Golden Girls.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Blanche: Roland, I am not in a good mood right now.
      Roland: Have you tried singing Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah?

    • Blanche: I'm telling you for the last ime, no sheep Rose.
      Rose: "No sheep Rose, no sheep Rose" that's all I ever hear from you.

    • Rose: All we really have to do is write "The Golden Palace" on something everyone sees.
      Sophia: What do you say, Blanche? Up for another tattoo on your butt.

    • Blanche:What's going on down here?
      Chuy (picking up his playing cards): Oh, Sophia got my pot.
      Blanche: Well, she's a good cook to. I'm sure she'll use it well.
      Chuy: No, not that pot. The other kind.
      Blanche:(shocked look upon her face) All right, what in the hell is going on here?
      Chuy: What we were playing poker and she won. What did you think?
      Blanche: (relieved) Oh!
      Chuy: (shocked) Wait a minute! Blanche, I'm shocked. Do I look like the kind of guy who would smoke marijuana?

    • Blanche: Listen to me. No, sheep, Rose.
      Rose: "No sheep, Rose." "No sheep, Rose". That's all I ever hear from you.

    • Rose: All we really have to do is write "Golden Palace" on something everybody sees.
      Sophia: How about it, Blanche? You up for another tattoo on your butt?

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

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