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.

After getting over the outrage of being deceived, the girls fondly reminiscence about how Patrick Vaughn made each one feel while he was secretly dating them. Blanche said he made her feel young. Dorothy said he made her feel beautiful. Rose said he made her feel what?

Episode 14 - The Actor
Dorothy: You know, it's all our own fault. We behaved like a bunch of teenage groupies.
Blanche: The first good-looking, sexy, debonair, charming man that rolls into town, we got on him quicker than muster on a tie at a county fair.
Dorothy: It's hard to stay mad at the guy. I don't know, there was...something special about him. He made me feel beautiful.
Blanche: He made me feel young.
Rose: He made me feel smart.
Dorothy: God, what an actor.

What is the name of the neighbor who's suffering from "empty nest syndrome" and feels guilty about wanting to spend more time with her extremely busy doctor husband?

Episode 26 - Empty Nests

Rose once experienced a minor health issue that landed her in hospital. The doctor said it was a constriction of the food pipe that can be painful and frightening, but not at all serious. What was the name of this condition?

Esophageal spasm
Episode 15 - Before and After

Which Golden Girl had a ragdoll named Mrs. Doolittle when she was a little girl?

Episode 17 - Bedtime Story

Dorothy refers to Mrs. Doolittle again in Season 5, Episode 21 - Sisters and Other Strangers except she wasn't a ragdoll.

TRUE OR FALSE: Rose once slipped into a depression because she was mourning the death of a showbiz chicken.

Episode 19 - Long Day's Journey Into Marinara

When Blanche contours her eyebrows, what American blonde bombshell supermodel and actress does she use as a guide because she believes they have exactly the same bone structure?

Christie Brinkley
Episode 17 - Bedtime Story
Rose: What are you doing?
Blanche: I am contouring my eyebrows. I use Mrs. Christie Brinkley as a guide because we have exactly the same bone structure. I just hope she doesn't let herself go to pot after that baby comes. I don't won't that big eyed husband of hers coming after me.

Once her children all reached high school age, which Golden Girl told everyone they were her husband's kids from a previous marriage?

Episode 26 - Empty Nests

Which Golden Girl is an grumpy patient?

Episode 17 - Bedtime Story

Which Golden Girl once had an affair with a man of the cloth?

Blanche. He was a fabric salesman.
Episode 18 - Forgive Me, Father
Blanche: Dorothy, I hesitate to say this, but something in Frank's eyes says to me he thinks of you as more than just a friend.
Dorothy: Blanche, the man is a priest.
Blanche: The man's a man!
Dorothy: I'm not going to listen to this!
Blanche: Listen, I know what I'm talking about because I was in a very similar situation once, and he was a man of the cloth. Oh, totally dedicated to his vocation, or so he said, but his eyes told me he was dedicated to me. Now we both knew it was wrong, and we fought our feelings with every bone in our hot, longing, writhing bodies! Finally it was just too much for us, and we gave up and checked into a Best Western.
Dorothy: You had an affair with a priest?
Blanche: Priest? I didn't say he was a priest. I said he was a man of the cloth. He was a fabric salesman.

TRUE OR FALSE: Rose once went to a coffee shop and didn't have enough to pay, so she entertained the customers with St. Olaf stories in order raise money.

False. She ran into the bathroom and tried to climb out through the skylight.
Episode 24 - To Catch a Neighbor

Rose excitedly announces she's hired an all-female jazz band called "The Great Pretenders" for the hospital charity banquet. During the banquet, Dorothy notices there's something odd about the band members. What is it?

They're men dressed as women.
Episode 22 - Diamond in the Rough
Dorothy: Rose, there is something very odd about that all-female jazz band.
Rose: What?
Dorothy: They're all men.
Rose: I just thought they were really ugly women. What are we going to do?
Dorothy: Nothing. They sound great. If we pretend that nothing is wrong, maybe no one will notice.
Sophia: Hey, did you get a load of those queens on the bandstand?
Dorothy: Keep your voice down!
Sophia: What for? You think they don't know they're queens?

During the stakeout at the girls' house, Detective Al Mullins hears suspicious activity at the McDowells house via the transmitter the girls planted at a dinner party. He and Bobby Hopkins rush to intercept an exchange and make an arrest. The girls hear gunshots as they anxiously await their return. What happens to Bobby?

He's shot in the shoulder.
Episode 24 - To Catch a Neighbor

After the stakeout at the girls' house ends and their neighbors the McDowells are arrested, Detective Mullins tells Dorothy he really wants to see her again. She wants to see him too, but she says she can't because she could get serious about him. Why does Dorothy feel this way?

She doesn't want to get involved with someone who could get hurt every time he goes to work.
Episode 24 - To Catch a Neighbor

What was the first special occasion Rose spent alone after her husband Charlie died?

Her birthday
Episode 25 - A Piece of Cake