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Old 04-16-2017, 02:41 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by bandonurse
Personally, I thought it was an interesting and creative way of giving us more precious time with three out of our four Golden Girls. It was also fun to see them in a brand new, very different setting, and with two enjoyable new characters played by Don Cheadle and Cheech Marin.

Do I wish Bea Arthur was in it too? Absolutely. But her absence didn't mean I didn't enjoy that year.
Honestly, The Golden Girls probably wouldn't have taken off without Bea Arthur. She simply put, had the most presence and star power. Dorothy was also the most complex, the most flawed, and the most human of all the characters. On The Golden Palace, it with all due respect, was in a sense, like watching three second-bananas trying to carry a series.

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