The Golden Girls Trivia: Season 2

Did Rose have a nose job? Did Dorothy date a cop? Did Blanche sleep with Stan? Did Sophia party with Burt Reynolds? Test your Golden Girls knowledge of season two.

In the second season of The Golden Girls, we accompany them on vacation, meet a few of their neighbors, and even address some serious family issues. We're introduced to Dorothy's favorite student, witness Blanche undergo a major life change, watch Rose overcome a dating concern, and peep into Sophia's love life. How much detail do you know about how the girls handled these topics? See how many of these trivia questions you can answer.

Which Golden Girl had cosmetic surgery on her eyes?

Dorothy
Episode 20 - Whose Face Is This, Anyway?

TRUE OR FALSE: Dorothy, Blanche, and Rose are mistakenly arrested for prostitution and call Sophia to bail them out. Sophia leaves the girls sitting in a jail cell while she attends a private party with Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, and Loni Anderson.

True
Episode 2 - Ladies of the Evening
Sophia: And then, you're gonna love this, Dom DeLuise takes me by the arm and insists I tell Burt the story.
Blanche: Sophia, I don't want to hear anymore about it!
Sophia: Not even the part when Burt and Dom insisted I repeat the story to Loni Anderson?
Dorothy: That's it! I don't want to hear another word.
Sophia: Oh, Cinderella's back from the ball, and her three wicked roommates are jealous.
Dorothy: We are not jealous, Ma. We are angry! You left us sitting in jail.
Sophia: Hey, I sent over the bail money. You were out an hour later. I think that was just about the time I was nibbling a giant shrimp out of Jerry Reed's hand.
Dorothy: You're making this whole thing up just to rub it in. You have never met these people!
Sophia: Jealousy is a very ugly thing, Dorothy...and so are you in anything backless.

When Stan comes to the house depressed about losing his business, he asks Dorothy out for dinner and a friendly shoulder to cry on. Dorothy already had plans for the evening, so she begs the girls if one of them would take her place. Which Golden Girl reluctantly agrees to go out with Stan?

Blanche
Episode 3 - Take Him, He's Mine
Dorothy: Oh, honey. I know that going out with Stan is a big favor.
Blanche: The biggest! You're asking me to spend my evening with a man you yourself described as having the personality of a dial tone. And why? So you can go have a splendid evening with some dashing Naval officer. Well, absolutely not! Under no circumstances will I even entertain the notion.
Dorothy: I'll let you borrow my cashmere sweater anytime you want.
Blanche: No!
Dorothy: I will give you outright, outright my practically full bottle of Chanel No. 5.
Blanche: Perfume or cologne?
Dorothy: Cologne.
Blanche: Forget it.
Dorothy: I'll introduce you to all of Jeffrey's Naval officer friends. Some of them have been at sea for more than six months.

Blanche initially enjoyed working with Dorothy at the museum, but when their boss Mr. Allen gives Dorothy the responsibility of planning the closing banquet, Blanche is furious and feels betrayed. When Sophia confronts Blanche about being angry with Dorothy, what surprising news does Sophia tell Blanche?

The museum banquet is in Blanche's honor.
Episode 9 - Joust Between Friends
Sophia: You still upset about Blanche?
Dorothy: Yes, Ma.
Sophia: Tell her the cockamamie banquet is for her, and get it over with it!
Dorothy: I can't! I was sworn to secrecy. Hi, Blanche.
Blanche: Eat dirt and die, trash.
Sophia: Just hold it right there, Blanche!
Dorothy: Look, you stay out of this, Ma.
Sophia: That banquet you're so mad about, they're throwing it in your honor!
Blanche: What?
Dorothy: Ma, I told you it was a secret.
Sophia: Your secret, not mine.
Blanche: Is this true?
Dorothy: Yes, it is.
Sophia: And now that you feel like the dirt you wanted my daughter to eat, I think I'll go into the kitchen and have a nice, hard candy.

TRUE OR FALSE: Dorothy wrote the fight song for her high school.

False. Rose wrote the fight song, Onward, St. Olaf, for her high school.
Episode 6 - Big Daddy's Little Lady

Detective Mullins informs the girls their new neighbors are criminals, and he believes they'll be making a major move within the next 72 hours. He wants to catch them, but he needs the girls' cooperation. What does he ask of them?

He asks to use their house as a stakeout.
Episode 24 - To Catch a Neighbor

After hosting a private party with various celebrities where he met Sophia the night before, what well-known 70's American actor and sex-symbol comes to the house to take Sophia to lunch?

Burt Reynolds
Episode 2 - Ladies of the Evening
Burt Reynolds: Hello. Sophia around?
Sophia: Oh! Hi, Burt!
Burt Reynolds: How about a little lunch?
Sophia: Listen, if you're buying, how about a big lunch?
Burt Reynolds: Great!
Blanche: My God, you're Mr. Burt Reynolds!
Burt Reynolds: I hope so; otherwise, I've got the wrong underwear on. These the roommates you told me about?
Sophia: Yeah!
Burt Reynolds: Which one's the slut?
Dorothy, Blanche, & Rose: [raising hands in unison] I AM!

TRUE OR FALSE: Rose admits that she's no good at listening to people's problems even though she works as a grief counselor. She has the highest suicide rate in the office.

True
Episode 3 - Take Him, He's Mine

TRUE OR FALSE: Dorothy once said she cut the crotches out of all of Stan's pants when he told her he was having an affair.

True
Episode 23 - Son-in-Law Dearest
Dorothy: Oh, I remember when Stanley told me that he was having an affair. It was at least 24 hours before I cut the crotches out of all of his slacks.
Blanche: You didn't?
Dorothy: Well, I was teaching English Lit at the time. Symbolism was my life.

Which Golden Girl said the following?

"I didn't exactly hate changing diapers, but I was never any good at it, especially with the boys. Seems like they always had dry bottoms but wet t-shirts because I always forgot to point their little ooh-hoohs south."

Blanche
Episode 16 - And Then There Was One
Dorothy: You know, I didn't even think about that until Michael was at least six months old.
Rose: What's an "ooh-hooh"?
Dorothy: It's a chocolate soft drink.

When Dorothy plans a birthday party for her mother, Sophia goes to great lengths to find out what her gift is from Dorothy, even to the point of trying to trick Rose into telling her. What was the big birthday reveal?

Dorothy flew in Angela, Sophia's sister from Sicily. They hadn't seen each other in 30 years.
Episode 12 - Sisters

When she was a little girl, Rose said she was scared of "The St. Olaf Slasher", and he terrorized St. Olaf for months. What did The Slasher do?

At night, he would sneak into a farmer's field and slash his scarecrow to shreds.
Episode 17 - Bedtime Story

Blanche told the girls her sister Charmaine was an exceptional cheerleader in high school, and she challenged Blanche to compete for captain of the cheerleading squad. Blanche admitted she was nowhere near as good as Charmaine, but she was unanimously voted captain after her performance. Why?

Blanche wore black French lace panties under her uniform while she did cartwheels and handstands.
Episode 12 - Sisters
Blanche: Well, finally Charmaine decided it was her turn to be in the spotlight, so she challenged me to compete against her for captain of the cheerleading squad. When the day came, we had to perform it front of the entire school. And Charmaine was fantastic! She twirled those batons so fast, she looked like a DC3 coming in for a landing. Then it was my turn, so I did some cartwheels and only fell once. I did a handstand and almost got my balance, and I only dropped my baton 4 times. And when I was finished, I was unanimously voted captain of the cheerleading squad.
Dorothy: Blanche, how is that possible?
Blanche: Underneath my regulation uniform, I was wearing little, black, French lace panties bearing the words "bonjour". Or was it "bon appetit"?

When Dorothy apologizes to Blanche for accusing her of sleeping with Stan, she explains to Blanche that she was feeling jealous, lonely, and a mixture of other feelings. Blanche tells her she knows exactly how she feels and even has a name for it. What does Blanche call it?

Magenta
Episode 3 - Take Him, He's Mine
Blanche: Magenta. That's what I call it when I get that way. All kinds of feelings tumbling all over themselves. Well, you know you're not quite blue because you're not really sad. And although you're a little bit jealous, you wouldn't say you're green with envy. And every now and then you realize you're kinda scared, but you'd hardly call yourself yellow. I hate that feeling. I just hate it, and I hate the color magenta. That's why I named it that. Magenta.

Dorothy's lesbian friend Jean comes to visit. Rose is ecstatic when she learns they have something in common: they were both raised on a dairy farm. They strike up a friendship, and hang out together. Later, Jean tells Dorothy she has to leave early because "something unexpected has come up". What does she tell Dorothy?

She thinks she's falling in love with Rose.
Episode 5 - Isn't It Romantic

Detective Al Mullins and Bobby Hopkins use the girls' house as a stakeout to catch their new neighbors the McDowells in criminal activity. When Martha McDowell invites the girls to dinner, Bobby recognizes an opportunity to break their case and get an arrest warrant, but Al thinks it's too dangerous. What do the girls agree to do?

They agree to plant a transmitter in the McDowell's house when they go to dinner.
Episode 24 - To Catch a Neighbor

The night before Stan is admitted to the hospital for heart surgery, he worries something will go wrong during the operation and that he's going to die. He tells Dorothy he loves her, but there are some things he needs to confess. What does he tell her?

He confesses to Dorothy the multiple times he's cheated on her.
Episode 13 - The Stan Who Came to Dinner

Both Dorothy and Rose have individual conversations with their kids after finding Michael and Bridget in bed together. Dorothy tells Michael he needs to grow up and accept responsibility. How does the conversation go with Rose and Bridget?

Bridget wants to have an open, honest relationship with her mother, but it makes Rose incredibly uncomfortable.
Episode 7 - Family Affair

Blanche enjoys spending time with her beau Jake Smollens, but she feels their social differences make them incompatible. When Jake tells Blanche he needs to ask her something, she thinks it's about being his date for the charity banquet, and she politely declines. What does he want to ask her?

Jake wants to ask Blanche to marry him.
Episode 22 - Diamond in the Rough

Sophia and Rose both had health scares that turned out to be minor issues, and both believed they died and experienced Heaven. Which Golden Girl imagined herself on the outskirts of Heaven at an enormous train station, and all the trains were destined for Heaven?

Rose
Episode 15 - Before and After
Rose: I have to tell you what happened. I died. I died and went to Heaven!
Dorothy: Rose, honey, you didn't die. You passed out. You hallucinated. Remember that New Year's Eve when you had the three margaritas? Hmm? You thought you were an animated broom in Fantasia.
Rose: Look, I know it sounds crazy. That's why I wouldn't tell anybody but my two closest friends, but it's true. It really is! I died and went to Heaven. Well, it wasn't actually Heaven proper. It was somewhere on the outskirts.
Blanche: You died and went to a suburb of Heaven?