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Golden Girls, The - New Meaning to the Phrase "Sunday School"
In the episode where the girls' heater breaks and they all have to sleep in the same bed, Blanche complains, "My bed's never been so cold...especially on a Saturday night." Later on, Dorothy says, "I have to go to work early in the morning." Now, Dorothy is a substitute teacher...why would she have to work on Sunday when school is not in session?
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SccrPlyr111 writes:
Hi, I've watched the show "Golden Girls" for a long time even though I'm only 13. For an explanation, I would say that she goes to the school on Sunday to organize her school work stuff. My teachers have gone to school on weekends to do extra grading and stuff. Maybe Dorothy needed to too. :)
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Brittany and huge Cheers fan writes:
I never would have caught that! Also,I have 1 question.Sophia is quite a religious woman.Do they ever attend church? I have not seen one episode like this.I noticed that Sophia turned cartwheels to see the pope.hhmmm...
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craig1311 writes:
Maybe she teaches Sunday School and we never hear about it.
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wheelrchair writes:
When Blanche says her bed has never been so cold, especially on a Saturday night. It does'nt have to mean it was a Saturday. This incident could have happened during the week.
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RedPenguin writes:
I agree with the previous comment. It's like saying, "I never seen a day where so many people died, especially Saturday". Which I could mean, a lot of people usually die on Saturday but today was really bad. Can't think of a better way to explain.
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