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The Golden Girls: That Old Feeling

Blanche's brother-in-law comes to town to visit Blanche after a long time. He resembles her late husband so much that Blanche becomes fond of him. She becomes so fond of him that she wants to be heavily involved with him.

Episode Info
Episode number: 5x8
Production Number: 107
Airdate: Saturday November 18th, 1989

Director: Terry Hughes
Writer: Tom Whedon

Guest Stars
George GrizzardGeorge Grizzard
As Jaime Devereaux
Episode Quotes
(To Blanche)
Dorothy: So how far do you want to go back, Blanche? Do you still want to be able to vote?

Blanche: I have some wonderful news! My mother in law died!

Blanche: I just hope the old witch went slow.
Dorothy: I sense the period of mourning is over.

Dorothy: Jamie may not see this as a happy ruinion, I mean, he just lost his mother.
Blanche: And I just ran out of gas. Life still goes on!

Blanche: I always take a deep breath before I meet somebody, it lunges my breasts forward.
Jaime: Honey you always did look pretty when you held your breath.

(To Jaime)
Dorothy: You'll have to excuse Rose. Everytime a man talks Southern at her she gets all stupid.

Jaime: I had to go over her will and when we got to your name she kept saying I want her to have it in this week little voice "I want her to have it, I want her to have it."
Blanche: Well how nice.
Jaime: She was talking about her disease.

Sophia: You know how embarassing it is to drive a car that has a bumper sticker saying "so many men, so little time."

Dorothy: If they want to make spies talk, they should make them read junior high English papers. Take a look at this "the characters in the Grapes of Wrath were so real, they're interesting."
Rose: Weren't they?

(To Blanche)
Jaime: Oh Blanche, it's never fooling to hold on to a memory. Sometimes a memory is all we are left with.

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