In the fourth season of The Golden Girls, the good times and shenanigans are plenty...and so are the romantic escapades! Blanche refuses to be defeated by any woman when it comes to a man, Rose is sincerely pure-hearted and enjoys the simple things in life, Sophia gets more accomplished in one day by herself than all the girls combined, and Dorothy is learning to move on from her ex-husband Stan and try new relationships. How much detail do you know about how the girls handled these topics? See how many of these trivia questions you can answer.
Stan comes to the house and tells Dorothy and Sophia he has 3 tickets to a baseball game. He asks them to go with him because he doesn't have any friends. Dorothy and Sophia agree to go, but what happens to Sophia while they're at the game?
Stan comes by one night and tells the girls he met a woman at the post office named Katherine. After wooing her for months, he and Katherine fall in love and make a spontaneous decision. What is it?
TRUE OR FALSE: Sophia's husband Salvadore proposed to her on Valentine's Day.
Back in St. Olaf, Bessie was a big, fat lady who pulled farm plows for a living.
Philomena and Dominic Bosco, along with their daughter Gina, come to visit from Sicily. Dorothy and Gina were born at the same hospital within minutes of each other. Dominic says they've come to take their daughter back to Sicily for her wedding because Gina is not their real daughter. What surprising news do they announce?
Back in St. Olaf, Rose was injured in a game of "gowhackanoggin". She said it's a lot like baseball but instead of hitting a ball, what do the players hit?
TRUE OR FALSE: Stan is so cheap that he owns a timeshare dog.
What is the secret to Sophia's great tasting lasagna?
Rose makes reservations for her, Dorothy, and Blanche to spend Valentine's weekend at a mountain retreat called Sunny Meadows. As they're checking in, they're shocked to see the desk clerk is completely naked. What didn't they know about this resort?
In this episode, Dorothy is upset with Rose for making reservations at a nudist camp, but Dorothy said earlier that she always wanted to try one. (Season 2, Episode 17 - Bedtime Story)
The three Rs taught in school are reading, writing, and arithmetic. What does Rose think the Rs stand for?
Which Golden Girl worked as a soda jerk in a malt shop when she was in high school?
Sophia spends two days in the hospital after she's hit in the head with a baseball during a game. When she's discharged, Stan comes to the house and tells her they can make some fast money, and all she has to do is lie on her back. What does Stan convince her to do?
What tradition does Blanche keep every year on Valentine's Day in honor of her late husband George?
When Sophia is rushed to the hospital for pneumonia, Dorothy spends the night in the waiting room, and Stan keeps her company the entire time. Dorothy is sincerely moved by his support, and says spending time with him made her realize something. What was it?
Dorothy, Blanche, and Rose are stuck at a hotel in a nudist camp until the next morning. They decide they might as well "get buck naked and have a good time". When they reach the dining room nude and nervous, they're surprised when they see the guests in the restaurant. What does the waiter tell them?
Where was Dorothy born?
What is the name of the charming but older Cuban gentleman that Blanche and Sophia fight over while both dating him at the same time?
TRUE OR FALSE: Rose's idea of "getting crazy" is eating Chinese food and using forks.
Dorothy tells Blanche and Rose she's declaring her love for Stan before he marries his fiancee Katherine. However, after a candid conversation with Katherine just minutes before the wedding, Dorothy changes her mind. Why?
Dorothy suspects Stan and Sophia are exaggerating her injuries for settlement money after she's hit in the head with a baseball. When Dorothy and Stan take Sophia to the doctor, Sophia feels guilty after speaking with the other patients and confesses the truth to Dorothy. What are Sophia and Stan surprised to learn about the patients?