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The Golden Girls: Questions and Answers

The TV game show Jeopardy! is holding auditions in Miami, and Dorothy starts studying her heart out to try and make it, leading to her having a dream where she appears on the show. Meanwhile, she and Blanche give Rose a dog to cheer her up.


Episode Info


Episode number: 7x17
Production Number: 171
Airdate: Saturday February 08th, 1992



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Guest Stars
David LeisureDavid Leisure
As Charlie Dietz
Recurring
Alex TrebekAlex Trebek
As Himself
Bill ErwinBill Erwin
As Mr. Hubbard
Camilla AshlandCamilla Ashland
As Mrs. Hubbard
Derek McGrathDerek McGrath
As Coordinator
Johnny GilbertJohnny Gilbert
As Himself
Merv GriffinMerv Griffin
As Himself
Raymond ForchionRaymond Forchion
As Professor Bradly
Main Cast
Beatrice ArthurBeatrice Arthur
As Dorothy Zbornak
Betty WhiteBetty White
As Rose Nylund
Rue McClanahanRue McClanahan
As Blanche Devereaux
Estelle GettyEstelle Getty
As Sophia Petrillo
Episode Notes
The closing credits feature Rose telling the story of her beloved dog Rusty for the umpteenth time to a hospital patient in a full-body cast, with a broken leg. Soon, the fed-up hospital patient gets up out of bed and hurriedly limps away.
Until 2009, this scene was not shown in syndication.

David Leisure makes his second of two appearances on the show, this time as Empty Nest's Charlie Dietz, in the Jeopardy! dream sequence. Coincidentally, Leisure's prior appearance was in "Empty Nests," the season two episode that Empty Nest was spun-off from.

The Jeopardy! dream sequence features the actual set and theme music featured on the show at the time, as well as host Alex Trebek and creator Merv Griffin.

This episode was taped on January 23, 1992.



Warning: The Golden Girls season 7 episode 17 guide may contain spoilers
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