Slow, yes, the end, no way

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Yes, there hasn’t been any shows added lately, but no reason to give up hope. Just sit tight and we’ll see what happens. Remember, I have no inside info, so there is no reason to email me asking for it! That’s why I have this site… no secrets, it’s all here… in all of it’s horrible usage of English grammar :)

And now some news bits and reminders ::

Don’t forget to pre-order Golden Girls Season 5 for it’s May 9th release! Just click on the right side icon. You also help support this site by doing so! You can also further support the costs involved of this web site (hosting) by donating via paypal, by clicking the donate button above. Tara donated a dollar a few days ago, and that meant a lot to the site! So thank you Tara… it all adds up!

In other related news, found by the Mr. Alex Google himself…

“A special dedication of a plaque to the Golden Girls series will be held on the original Sunset Gower Studio sound stage in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon, May 4 2006 with cast members Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty, Rue McClanahan, Betty White, guest stars and other members of the Golden GirlsTV family invited to attend, according to series producers Paul Witt, Tony Thomas, Susan Harris and Sunset Gower CEO Robert Papazian who will also host a cast reunion and luncheon.
Golden Girls ran on NBC television from 1985 until 1992 in its Saturday night time slot and was an immediate hit for the network. It brought to the TV screen one of the first representations of working, energetic women in their senior years, functioning as a family, sharing their daily lives and dreams, together”.

[update 04.19.06] Golden Girls cast reunion will be at 11:30am at the Sunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles. Stalking phone number is 310.248.4478. Cast members honored at luncheon and dedication series sound stage [/update]

Bea will be a part of a new movie titled “Broadway Beyond the Golden Age” by Rick McKay which is slated for completion in 2007.

Now, something a little different….
Bea provided the voice of the Magic Fairy in “The Velveteen Rabbit,” a new musical based on the classic story by Margery Williams; Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts Sacred Heart University, Connecticut Family Theatre October 24 – November 4, 2006. Link and another Link if you want to read more!

Check out this article/blog… somebody was actually nice to me! Rare indeed! (just kidding, I love you all)

Ok, I checked in :) Hope you are all enjoying Season 1-4 in the meantime on DVD… I know I am more then you could ever imagine… they are helping me get through some hard times in life… just as they did in the 80s and 90s… that is why we apprecaite Bea and the gang, right! So it’s all worth it! Take care all!

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