Believe it or not, Golden Girls action figures were unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con! Seems like their fanbase must still be vibrant!
If you’d like to own this iconic collection it’ll cost you nearly $115. But true Golden Girl fans would be willing to pay much more. That’s actually a bargain.
The House's True Location
Although the show is said to be set on 6151 Richmond Street in Miami, Florida, in reality, the home featured throughout the series is actually on 245 North Saltair Avenue, in a neighborhood called Brentwood in Los Angeles.
According to real estate documents, the 2901-square-foot house has four bedrooms and four bathrooms and it's valued over $3 million. The famous house is still there but is now surrounded by high walls and foliage to discourage curious fans from snooping around.
The Famous Hand Bag
According to The New York Post, while to prepare for her audition, Estelle Getty found Sophia’s infamous straw handbag as was shopping for props in L.A.
Years after the show ended the purse was sold at auction for $10,000. Who has it and can I buy it from you?!
Betty White's Favorite Episode
Betty White said that one of her most favorite episodes was "A Little Romance".
In this episode from the first season, Rose is reluctant to introduce the ladies to her new boyfriend, psychiatrist Dr. Jonathan Newman, because he is a little person. White said that despite the fact that “every ‘short’ joke in the book” was used, none of the humor was truly hurtful.
Rue McClanahan's Favorite Episode
McClanahan's favorite episode was Journey to the Center of Attention. It aired in an episode in season seven, in which Dorothy uncharacteristically becomes popular at The Rusty Anchor, Blanche’s favorite place for meeting members of the opposite sex.
At McClanahan's request, the producers hired choreographer Gregory Scott Young to carefully stage the scene where Blanche sensually sings “I Want to Be Loved by You” on top of a grand piano while encountering one fail after another.