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Golden Girls, The - Where Exactly Is That Family Homested?
In the episode where Blanche is offered a large sum of money to sell the house, she says," This house (meaning the Miami house)has been in my family for generations. It's the Hollingsworth family home." I don't see how she can say that when for many episodes she talked about the family plantation in Georgia where she grew up. Not only that but in the episode where Rose and Dorothy first move in, Blanche talks about how she purchased the Miami home after her husband died. Not to mention, in another episode, big daddy has sold plantation.
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Ashlie writes:
No the miami house is not the Hollingsworth home, that is located in Atlanta. She refers to the house as the place where she raised her family, not that it had been in her family for generations. It is implied that George lived there with her while he was alive.
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Casey writes:
also, when George's son David comes to find him he says this is the address on the child support checks. but how if George never lived there?
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