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Following Bea Arthur's departure, the series was revamped into the unsuccessful Production credits: A Witt Thomas Harris Production Executive producers: Paul Junger Witt, Tony Thomas Produced by: Kathy Speer, Terry Grossman Co-produced by: Marsha Posner Williams Created by: Susan Harris Supervising producer: Paul Bogart Executive story consultant: Winifred Hervey Executive script consultants: Mort Nathan, Barry Fanaro Creative consultant: Liz Sage Associate directors: Jon Sharp, Gary Shimokawa, Doug Smart Editorial assistant: Lex Passaris Charles Levin [ Coco ], Frank Aletter [ Harry ], F.NOTE: This episode establishes the "post-feminist" premise of the series: despite their sexual and romantic yearnings for men, the four women really find support only in the solidarity of the family they construct for themselves.The swift elimination of the character of the gay houseboy Coco following the pilot caused some criticism at the time, but in retrospect it seems a wise decision to have made the household exclusively female.William Parker [ Minister ], Meshach Taylor [ Cop ] Blanche has been dating a wonderful man named Harry, whom the others suspect is about to propose to her.Their suspicions are confirmed when Blanche comes home from a date with Harry, all aflutter with marriage plans.Ralph Manza [ Augustine Bagatelli ] It's Sophia and Rose vs. The bet: if Sophia's team wins, Dorothy will lend her airfare for a trip to Sicily with her old beau Augustine.
Dorothy deliberately blows an easy spare to allow Sophia to win, and is rewarded with Sophia's pair of silver earrings she has always coveted.
Meanwhile, Blanche is upset that Dorothy has agreed to baby-sit for a friend whose husband is in the hospital; and only adjusts to the presence of the baby just as he returns to his parents. Elliot Clayton ] The doctor who comes to treat Sophia's high blood pressure captivates both Dorothy and Blanche, and for once Dorothy beats out Blanche and dates "the most attractive man to hit Florida since Mr.
John Forsythe played Hamlet at the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theatre." Blanche is jealous until Dr.
Christian Clemenson [ Salesman ], Robert Rothwell [ Lester ] Terrified by a burglary, the girls explore means to protect themselves, including a dog, an alarm system, Mace and a gun.
But Rose becomes convinced she will never be safe again, and a trip to a psychiatrist doesn't seem to help -- until Rose defends herself successfully against a parking attendant.
As the newlyweds take their leave, Dorothy ushers Stan to the lanai to vent her spleen to 'the man she used to love.' NOTE: This episode introduces the recurring character of Stan, who, as the only surviving ex-spouse of the household (the other three women are widows) must serve as a one-man punching bag for the series, combining every possible male character flaw into one extremely disagreeable personality.