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Four mature women live together in Miami and experience the joys and angst of their golden years. Strong-willed Dorothy, spacey Rose, lusty Southern belle Blanche and matriarch Sophia, Dorothy's mom, occasionally clash but are there for one another in the end. After all, when the show's theme song is titled "Thank You for Being a Friend," the ladies have to remain friendly with one another.

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Rose tries to conceal the fact that she is dating a little person (Brent Collins).
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Sophia decides to live in California with Dorothy's sister Gloria.
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Dorothy's ex-husband comes to town and spends the night with her.
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The women bring their separate views of death into focus after Sophia suffers the symptoms of a heart attack.
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Blanche dates a young aerobics instructor; Rose's mother (Jeanette Nolan) teaches her an important lesson.
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After the house is burglarized, Rose buys a gun to feel more safe.
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Before waking from surgery, Rose dreams that she, Blanche and Dorothy are 100 years in the future.
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Blanche, Dorothy and Sophia cheer up a hospitalized Rose after she becomes ill at a crashed class reunion.
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Dorothy dreams she is a contestant on "Jeopardy!" but the game is fixed in favor of neighbor Charlie Dietz.
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A teacher breathes life into Dorothy's decades-old crush on him; Rose makes her debut as a TV producer.
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The ladies star in the school play when Dorothy's first-graders come down with the measles. George Hearn guest stars.
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Miles (Harold Gould) feels he is competing with Rose's late husband; Blanche is mistreated by an old flame (Mitchell Ryan).
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Sophia learns that Dorothy may have been switched at birth with another baby.
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Flashbacks recall previous attempts by the roommates to lose weight.
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Dorothy and her former tennis rival (Anne Francis) play practical jokes during a reunion.
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Blanche and Sophia get caught up in a battle for the affections of a Cuban cigar mogul.
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Dorothy hocks an expensive ring to pay off the debt she and her ex-husband owe to the Internal Revenue Service.
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Rose's cousin (Casey Sander) falls madly in love with Blanche.
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One of Dorothy's pupils may be deported, and she feels responsible.
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After attending a sorority reunion, Blanche considers having a face lift.
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Dorothy becomes romantically interested in a fellow teacher (John McMartin) whom she later discovers is a priest.

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