In the first season of The Golden Girls, we learn a lot about these four mature women like how they met, what they do for a living, and even meet some of their family members. We get to know their distinct personalities as they tackle daily life issues as senior citizens. We tag along on their dates, and we're tickled pink during their humorously entertaining shenanigans. How much do you know about the infancy of this iconic show? See how many of these trivia questions you can answer.
Based on the pilot episode, in what order do we meet the Golden Girls?
TRUE OR FALSE: Rose once told the girls a teacup pig saved her life. His name was Larry, and he walked to school with her everyday on a leash she made out of kite string.
What card game have Dorothy and Sophia played for 30 years, and Dorothy has never won a game?
How does Rose say her late husband Charlie died?
What is the name of the girls' cook featured in the pilot episode?
This was his first and only appearance on the show.
What popular dessert do the girls often bond over while having conversation?
When Rose's beau Arnie asks her to go on a cruise with him to the Bahamas, why is Rose hesitant about going?
How did Dorothy and Rose first meet?
What is the name of Blanche's family's house?
What does Dorothy do for a living?
When Blanche gushes to the girls about her beau Harry, she says he's very gallant, a perfect gentleman, a great dancer, and doesn't make noise when he chews. She also says he doesn't talk loud at the movies, doesn't take his own pulse, and that he's still interested in what?
When Blanche first meets Rose, she's posting a notice in the supermarket about renting her house. Why is Rose looking for a place to stay?
Which Golden Girl believes her bosom has the power to make music?
Where is Rose from?
Rose also mentions a city called Little Falls. (Episode 8 - The Break-In)
What is Blanche's father's nickname?
TRUE OR FALSE: When Dorothy's daughter Kate first appears on the show, she announces that she and her boyfriend Dennis are flying to the Bahamas to get married.
When Blanche reveals that her beau Harry has proposed and she accepted, Rose is concerned about her and Dorothy's well-being. Why?
As the show progresses, we very quickly learn that Sophia is hilariously witty and has quite a sharp tongue. Why does Sophia speak so freely and boldly?
What movie do the girls watch that scares them and keeps them up all night talking and eating cheesecake?
On the day of Blanche and Harry's wedding, Rose has a gut feeling something is off about Harry. Dorothy thinks Rose has a "crazy hunch", but Rose says her hunches are never wrong. Who does Rose say would still be alive if they had taken her phone call?