The Golden Girls (1985–1992): Season 7, Episode 23 - One Flew Out of the Cuckoo's Nest - full transcript

Blanche's uncle Lucas visits Miami and has dinner with Dorothy. After learning of the unflattering descriptions of her in Blanche's letters, they decided to get even by pretending to be in love.

♪ Thank you for being a friend

♪ Traveled down the
road and back again

♪ Your heart is true

♪ You're a pal and a confidant

♪ And if you threw a party

♪ Invited everyone you knew

♪ You would see

♪ The biggest gift
would be from me

♪ And the card
attached would say

♪ Thank you for being a friend ♪

You know, Rose, I'm
really enjoying this.

You and I having a quiet
cup of coffee together.

Me, too, Sophia.
Because you know...

I said quiet!

Girls, you will never
believe what happened to me

at the supermarket yesterday.

Um, you were in a real hurry

and you needed to go
through the express lane,

but you had 25 items,

so you went through three times.

Once with ten items,
once with nine items,

and once with six items.

No, Rose.

What kind of a
moron would do that?

Anyway, I ran into this
man at the produce counter,

and he asked me to play
tennis with him tonight.

But I forgot that Big
Daddy's baby brother,

my dearest and nearest
relative, is flying in at 7:00.

This is such a dilemma!

Whatever am I gonna do?

Blanche, it doesn't
sound like a dilemma at all.

You know, Rose, you're right.

Family you can see any time.

But a one-night stand
only happens one night.

Now I have to get me somebody
to dump Uncle Lucas on.

If I could only find me an...

Rose, sweetheart, what
are you doing tonight?

Blanche, I can't believe you.

Where do you get your nerve?

Ironically, from my Uncle Lucas.


Me? You come to me?

A matriarch, the
head of a family?

To me, Blanche,
family is everything.

There is nothing
higher than family.

Family I will always, without
exception, stand up for.

But, honey, I'm desperate.

Con Dorothy into it.

Conning Dorothy is a thought,

but I don't know if I have it
in me to do all the persuading,

all the convincing, and...

Oh, my God, is that Dorothy?

Or Miss Lana Turner emerging
from her morning toilette?

It's Lana with a
message from Dorothy.

Whatever the
favor is, forget it.

Dorothy Zbornak,
have I got a man for you.

No, thanks. Had one.

It's my Uncle Lucas.

He's perfect.

All man, all heart, all yours.

Look, Blanche, forget it.

It's not gonna work out.

I mean, he's a
little bit country,

and I'm a little bit
too smart for this.

You've got Uncle
Lucas all wrong.

He's a man of
cultivation and high taste.

Oh, yes.

I'm sure he wipes the jug on
his sleeve before he passes it.

Oh, Dorothy, now please.

I've told him all about you.

He's dying to meet you.

Oh, right.

He's dying to meet a
woman he doesn't even know.

If you ask me, Blanche, your
Uncle Lucas is nothing but lonely.

Desperate, pathetic, and lonely.


Hey, Dorothy, you
two might just hit it off.

Uncle Lucas is
nothing of the sort.

Dorothy, he is so
excited about this date

because I gave him a
full description of you.

Well, I can understand that.

I mean, women like
me don't grow on trees.

Too bad. We could use the shade.

Oh, Dorothy, it's
only one night.



Ma, do you mind if we
move SCRABBLE to Sunday?

I'll live.

There's no need to be sarcastic.

No, I mean it. I'm finally
going to go out and live.


You're a English teacher?


Yes, yes, I am.


You, uh,

own seven hardware stores.

Yeah, yep, I do.


Would you like some more beer?

Oh, no, thanks. I'm fine.

What am I saying?

I am not fine.

Look, Lucas, this
isn't your fault.

I do not go out on blind dates.

I mean, this is as silly as I
have felt in a long, long time.

Until now.

Wait till he brings the pants.

You're joking.

Somebody's got to.

Look, Lucas, can
I be 100% frank?

We're both adults.

Now, look, I... I only
came as a favor to Blanche.

When she told me how badly
you were dying to meet me...

Wait a minute. Blanche told
you I was dying to meet you?

The only reason I showed
up here is 'cause she told me

you were a lonely, single
gal who was dying to meet me.

She didn't.

Yes, she did.

So, what do you
think this means?

Well, I think it means

that she is shacked up
in some cheap motel...

I mean... She has a date.

Oh, Lucas, what a
relief! What a relief.

So, you didn't even
want to go out with me?

Not a chance!

And you never wanted
to go out with me?

Come on, get serious.

You realize, of course, that we
can't let Blanche get away with this.

She must be punished.

Oh, no argument here.

What do you have in mind?

Well, she jerked us around.

Let's jerk her right back.

Let's see.

Why don't we make her think that
you and I are gonna get married.

Married? You and I?

I have to admit, there's
a certain genius to it.

Are you kidding?

A Brooklyn Italian living
in Hollingsworth Manor?

But wait a minute. How did you
know that I was a Brooklyn Italian?

Oh, that's how Blanche
refers to you in her letters.

Yes, she must be punished.

Dorothy, I believe
this is the beginning

of a long and
beautiful friendship.

To revenge!

Oh, look at this one.

Scrunched-up little frown.

Kind of reminds me of my mother.

♪ Good morning ♪

Good morning, Dorothy.

How was your date?
Did you have a good time?

Oh, Blanche, I can't
thank you enough.

I had a fantastic time.

Well, now, didn't I tell you?

Go on now. Don't
leave anything out.

Well, he was so thoughtful

and considerate,
affectionate... With whom?

With me.

No, I had the time
of my life last night.

And even if he
never calls again,

at least we'll always have

Don's Crab House.


Ingrid Bergman had Paris,
my pussycat has crabs.

Oh, girls,

would you look at
what Uncle Lucas

has brought his favorite niece?

Dorothy, I didn't mean
to intrude without calling,

but I didn't sleep last
night for thinking about you.

Oh, no intrusion.

I was afraid that I'd
never see you again.

Never see me again?

I'd buy a julep for the
ghost of General Grant

before I'd let that happen.

Oh, I was hoping you'd say that.


Dorothy, I know this
sounds impetuous.

I know we just met,

but I'm at that stage in my life

where I can't
afford to waste time.

Dorothy, I love you

and I want to know.

Will ya... Will ya...

I think he's gonna
ask her out again.

Dorothy... (STUTTERING)


Dorothy, will you marry me?

Oh, Lucas!

Oh, yes. Oh!

DOROTHY: Oh, yes, yes, yes, yes!

No, no, no, no, no!


What in hell is
wrong with you two?

But you just... You just...

I don't know what to say!

Well, whatever you decide, make
sure you start with "Aunt Dorothy."

Wait! Wait a minute, wait!

What in hell's the matter
with you two? You just met!

You don't even know each other!

This is how the
Eskimos do it, Dorothy.

Listen, whatever it is you
might think you're feeling,

it's just your hormones
playing tricks on you.

The ears now!


My God! What have I done?

Oh, I think it's romantic.

It's like something
out of a '40s movie.

Strong, handsome, daring,

and now she's got a man.

Look, Lucas, you cannot do this!

What do you two have in common?

I'll show you what
we have in common.


Oh, Sophia, for
God's sake, speak up!

Don't let her run
off with the first man,

and I do mean the
first, that comes along.

All right, all right.

Now, listen, Johnny Reb.

You marched through my
front door a total stranger

and asked for my
daughter's hand in marriage

without telling me two
words about yourself.

What do you wanna know?

Do you have any money?

Quite a bit, ma'am.

Your mother, is she still alive?


She is now.

Blanche! Oh, honey. Oh, Blanche.

(SIGHS) Well, it's
been a long day.

Especially for you, Blanche.

I'm really enjoying
this, sitting here,

just the three of us, having
quiet cup of coffee together.

Me, too. Because we
don't... I said coffee!

So, how does it feel?

Shame. I feel shame.

I can't believe the
two of you carrying on

when another woman is
about to steal my destiny.

I always thought it would be me

closing out my last years
in Hollingsworth Manor.

Look, if anybody has a
right to complain, it's me.

When Dorothy gets
married, think about this,

she'll be a Hollingsworth.

Lucas and Blanche are
already Hollingsworth.

Sophia will be a

Everybody will
be related but me.

Now, that's what I
call family planning.

It's not funny.

Did anybody ever stop to
think how all this makes me feel?

Well, all right, Rose, how
does it make you feel?

To be honest, a little
bit like Mr. Snuffles.

Blanche, would you mind?

You're closer to
the knife drawer.

One summer, when
I was a little girl,

Henrietta, our pig,
gave birth to a litter of six.

And the next day,

my father won
the annual St. Olaf

watermelon-seed spitting contest

and he brought
home a prize piglet.

Mr. Snuffles.


You're listening?

Anyway, I loved Mr. Snuffles.

I watched him grow.

I suffered with him.

The way Henrietta's brood made
him feel like such an outsider.

It was an awful thing to see.

Hey, hearing it is
no walk in the park.

Mr. Snuffles never did get
over his feeling of alienation.

He grew fat and despondent.

The last report we had on him,

he stowed away in
a truck to Chicago

and tearfully surrendered
himself to the Oscar Mayer people.

I don't want that to
happen to me, Sophia.

We can't promise you that, Rose.

I've got to do something.

I can't just sit idly back and
let this wedding take place.

Oh, how in the name of Mother
Dixie can a woman named Zbornak

appreciate the majesty
of Hollingsworth Manor?

Sitting on the veranda
with her mother.

And what makes you think the newlyweds
are gonna welcome you on the premises?

What are you saying?

Uncle Lucas may not be
as fond of nasty, hateful,

life-scarring barbs
as the rest of us are.

And your point is?

Dorothy and Lucas
may not want you around.

Say, there's a fly
in the Metamucil.

Well, Dorothy, it was very
sweet of you to join me tonight.

Am I safe in assuming that
your first hardware convention

is also your last?

Does a roofing nail
have a flat head?

Oh, you were actually
paying attention.

Look, Lucas, no offense,

but hardware doesn't
sound terribly romantic.

So when you come by tomorrow,

why don't you tell Blanche that you took
me to hear the Emerson String Quartet?

I love it.

Do you think they might buy

that afterwards we
frolicked in the ocean?

Oh, gosh, I haven't
frolicked since...

Uh, well, since...

Since the day I dropped my
mother off at Shady Pines.

Coincidentally, that was
the last time I did a cartwheel.

It was a good day.

Of course, we could tell them

that we went up to lovers'
lane and that we necked.

Oh, well, then I'd...

I'd have to smear my
lipstick, you know, for effect.

Here, let me.

I've been thinking about
your suggestion, Dorothy.

You're absolutely right.

The columns must come down.

The new Hollingsworth
Manor should be red brick.

Cape Cod.


Blanche, I didn't
know you were home.

Haven't seen too much
of you this trip, sugar plum.

That's because you've been
too busy Yankee Doodlin'.

Blanche, I'm sure
you don't mean that.

You'll feel differently
when you come

to the hoe-down we're throwing

on the anniversary
of Lee's surrender.


Well, if it ain't the kinfolk!

Ma, where did
you get that outfit?

I bought it.

Figured five Halloweens,
it'll pay for itself.

Hope you brought your
appetite, young fella.

I know you're gonna be
pleased with the dinner.

Corn pone, succotash,
collard greens.

And them's just the appetizers!

Sorry to interrupt, everybody,

but I have an
announcement to make.

A mess o' something.

I'll skeer us up a
mess o' something.

Anyway, I've be doing
a lot of soul searching,

and as long as the family isn't
gonna be together anymore,

it's just not gonna be the same.

So I've decided I'm gonna
move in with my daughter, Kirsten.

I think that's best.

Leave? You are going to leave?

Rose, you can't do that!

Well, you see? Do ya?

Because of your $1.98 romance,

you are destroying the family!

You are destroying the family,

and I'm gonna be all alone!

I'll make her a cup of
tea and calm her down.

I better go talk to
her. Dorothy, wait.

No, this has gone too far.

I realize that, but you
just can't flat out tell her.

If she realizes this is a
joke, you know Blanche.

It'd do more harm than good.

Well, then what do I say?

I think I know something
that could work.

We could break up
right in front of her.

You mean, just like that? Sure.

Sometime between the succotash
and the mess o' something.

We just blow up, and then I
storm out of here, and that's that.

And I stay behind and
call off the wedding.

It'd be perfect.

Uh, Dorothy,

it's not going to be easy
to fake a fight with you.


Now, I want you to promise
that you're not gonna laugh,

but these past three
days have been the lightest

and the brightest that I've
known since Edna passed.

And I just want to thank you.

Well, I'm... I'm glad.

But, to tell you the
truth, I didn't even notice.

(LAUGHS) I mean, I've been...

I've been so busy
smiling myself.

I'm... I'm glad, too. I...

Strange, isn't it?

It just seems like
we've known each other

for a lot more than three days.



Oh, how classy. A
tribute to Hop Sing.

Here you go, Sophia.

Rose, before you pass these
out, darlin', I want to say something.

Oh, Blanche, don't say
anything you're gonna regret.

Leave me alone. I
know what I'm doin'.

Would you two please sit down?

A terrible mistake
has been made here,

and I'm the one who made it.

See, I thought you
all would go out once,

and... and eat a boring dinner,

and tell each other a
couple of boring stories,

and then get back
to your boring lives.

No harm done.

But somehow, some way,

you seem to have taken
a liking to each other.

You believe you were
meant to be together.

Well, let me tell
you what I see.

I see...

I see a miracle.

I see two people who've
been afraid to reach out,

afraid to take that first
step toward real feeling.

Two people gazing
into each other's eyes

and... and sharing
each other's concerns,

caring about each
other's happiness.

I see two people in love.

I was tryin' to drive a
wedge between you

because I didn't
want to be left alone,

but I'm ashamed of that now.

So I'm not going to
oppose this union.

I'm gonna celebrate it.

I'm gonna lift a glass to it.

I'm gonna ask God to bless it.

Lucas, Dorothy, from
the bottom of my heart,


I love you both.

Uh, Blanche, there is
something I must say.



will you marry me for real?

For real?

For real.

Oh, yes, Lucas.
Oh, yes, oh, yes.

Is it my stroke or did
they do this already?

Great. Nobody's home yet.

I can't believe it.

This is the first time
since we got engaged

that we've had a moment
alone in this house.

Well, let's not waste it.

I just love watching
you two kids kiss.

It's so beautiful to see.

He loves you,
pussycat. He loves you.

Listen, Luke, I want you to know

I don't feel like I'm
losing a daughter.

I feel like I'm gaining
a sucker... Son!

Son. Where did that come from?

Oh, the mind, huh?

I can't wait to be your son.

Oh, you are
delightful. Such a gem.

Here. Get yourself
a girl tonight.

We'll understand.

Ma, please.

We're trying to have
a private moment.

Private, please. What's private?

I diapered you.

Yeah, but you
didn't diaper Lucas.

I'd like to.

Ah, listen to me, I'm as
giddy as a 60-year-old.

Honey, I'm glad you're okay

with Ma's coming to
live with us in Atlanta.

I really think she'd be
a little lost without me.

It's my pleasure, Dorothy.

I can see how close
the two of you are.

And how close you are
to Rose and Blanche.

We've all learned a
lot from each other.

I mean, Ma taught
me life does not end

because you've
reached a certain age.

And I've become
much more comfortable

with my sexuality
because of Blanche.

And Rose has taught me...

Rose has taught
me... It's not important.

No, wait, no, I can do this.

Rose has taught me...

Let it go. I need
some time with this.

Anyway, because of them I
feel that I'm ready to love you.

A square knot!

Rose taught me how
to tie a square knot.

Well, I am glad somebody
taught you how to do this.


I just love to
watch you two kiss.

The last picture
was a little blurry.

It was hard to tell who was who.

No offense, pussycat.

Pussycat, huh?

Nobody's called me
that since the Navy.

You know, I think
he's just nuts enough

to actually turn up at
the wedding tomorrow.

You're a furry little gnome,
and we feed you too much.

Oh, Dorothy, good,
you're here. Listen...

Um, well, this is going to be
our final night together here,

and, well, we thought it might
be our last chance to say...

No, don't say it.

Don't say goodbye.
This is not goodbye.

I don't want to turn
this into a sad thing.

Me, neither.

I promised myself I
wasn't going to cry.

I'm going to laugh instead.


Well, now to be honest,
it is a little difficult for me.

I mean, everything
happened so fast.

My God, you and Lucas probably
haven't even slept together yet.

Blanche, don't be ridiculous.

I mean, I know he's your uncle,

but you have to realize
that we're both adults

and capable of a
caring, warm relationship.

How was the sex?

So good we named it!

I thought I might
find you out here.

You okay?

I couldn't sleep.

(SIGHING) I'm just...

I'm just so mad at Dorothy.

I mean, she won't let us say
goodbye, and I'm sorry, but I need to.

Especially to you.

I know, Rose, but you know what?

Dorothy's not here right now.

Yeah. And if she was,

what's the worst thing
she could do to us?

Right. Can she intimidate us?

Could she physically harm us?

Can she make life
miserable for us?

Blanche, she can
do all those things.

I know it. I know it.

But, oh, I'm gonna
miss you, honey.

Oh, I'm gonna miss you.
Oh, I'm gonna miss you.

I just love to
watch you... Whoa!

What is this? Wimbledon?

Oh, Sophia, stop that.

Oh, Sophia, I'm
glad you're here.

You know I'm moving
in with Kirsten tomorrow,

and in a way, I'm gonna be
the Sophia of that household.

And... Well, how do you do it?

So, you wanna be a Sophia?

Okay. Lesson one. Criticism.

I think it makes adult
children stronger.

It also makes them self-conscious,
which I think is funnier.

Okay, you're talking
to your loved ones,

complete this sentence.

"I'm tired of spending
time with you miserable..."

A. Gypsies.

B. Bottom feeders.

C. Howler monkeys.

Howler monkeys.

Howler monkeys.

The correct answer
is... C. Howler monkeys!

Yes! Yes!

No! I can't do this.

Oh, this isn't who I am.

I'm... Sophia, you
can speak your mind

because you know
you're needed around here.

But Kirsten has her own family.

I'll just be baggage there.

I know a place
where you're needed.



Rose, oh, stay with me, honey.

Oh, Blanche, that's very nice,

but you're gonna want to
get on with your own life.

I mean, you'll want
to find a relationship.

I want my best friend
right here with me.

I need you in my life, Rose.

You need each other. Stay, Rose.

This is your family now.


We do have a lot in common.

Yeah. You're both
natural brunettes.

Come on, get some rest.
Tomorrow's a big day.

Thank you. Thank
you, Sophia. Good night.



Goodbye, my girls.

ROSE: Oh, Dorothy.

Oh, you're beautiful.

Oh, pussycat, look at you.

But to tell you the truth, I was
hoping you'd use my wedding dress.

That's nice, Ma.

As what? A hand puppet?


Oh, Dorothy, there's
a limousine out front.

Oh, Lucas must've sent
it. Oh, he's so romantic.

Oh, but, Ma, wait. I
haven't finished packing.

You'll come back later and pack.

Yeah, relax, Dorothy, you're
carrying on like a howler monkey.

You've been coaching
her, haven't you?

DOROTHY: So sweet
of Lucas to do this.

I guess he wanted to make
sure I got to the church on time.

Oh, what a darling.

Actually, I think... I
think Maple is quicker.

This heads out
to the expressway.

Driver? Driver, you're
headed for the expressway.

Why don't you turn around?

Driver. Driver, stop.

Driver, I said stop!

Driver, who the hell
do you think you are?

Stanley, what are you doing?
Have you lost your mind?

You're ruining the
biggest day of my life!

You're getting married and
you couldn't send an invitation

to Stanley Zbornak?

The man who gave you his name?

I'm sorry. The list
was alphabetical.

The Zionists aren't
speaking to me, either.

Stanley, what do
you want from me?

I want to show you something.

Dorothy, you see this hair?

It is the only one
on my forehead.

The other traitors
receded years ago,

but this proud and loyal
sprout clings desperately.

It is unrelenting. It is true.

What about it?

Dorothy, it is this hair that I
hate more than all the others.

It mocks me.

You're psychotic.

Because I'm bald?

Because you're kidnapping me!

I'm not kidnapping you.

I'm taking you to
church. In style.

You are?

This is my gift to you.

I just wanted a minute alone
with you to give my blessings.

To show I care.

Don't you see? I am that hair.

And you're my big,
crazy, bald skull.

I may give you some
reason to resent me,

but you cannot
shake me. I am loyal.

Stanley, you wore a
toupee for 27 years.

Don't mess with my metaphor.

All right, Stanley, the truth.

Things have been
going so well with Lucas

I didn't want to deal with you.

But, as Freud said,

our beds are crowded.

When I sleep with
Lucas, I'm not alone.

There's this
phantom of you there,

and he has the haunts of his
prior relationships, and, well, I...

I can't pretend you're
not a part of me.

So, what are you saying,
you slept with this guy?

Stanley, you're
missing my point.

We named it!

What I'm saying is

thank you.

Stanley, for the first
time in a long while,

you're really acting like a man.

I love you, Dorothy.

I've always loved you.

And I love you, Stanley.

Now drive.


DOROTHY: I can't
believe it. This is for me.

They're standing for me.

My good friends. Oh, God, I
wonder what they're thinking.

SOPHIA: My baby's
getting married.

This is too much.

I'm overcome. I'm about to cry.

I can't believe it. I'm
actually about to cry.


Wow. Misjudged that one.

BLANCHE: Oh, look at her.

I've never seen
Dorothy look so happy.

Okay, that once, but she
didn't know I was watchin'.

And she looks so beautiful.

Oh, my God, if a woman with
all my gifts is jealous of her,

I can't imagine what a woman
like Rose must be thinkin'.

♪ Hi-ho, the derry-o
The farmer in the dell

♪ The farmer takes a wife
The farmer takes a wife ♪

SOPHIA: Such a beautiful
bride, such a lovely church.

Such a long walk.

Oh, God, my hamstring.

I've blown out my hamstring.

No, no. I'm okay.

DOROTHY: Oh, and there's Lucas.

So handsome. So strong.

And he's right here with me.

Lucas, you can probably
hear every word I'm thinking.

LUCAS: Yes, Dorothy, I can.

REVEREND: Remember, "ESP."

Energy! Smile! Personality!

They like me!

Dearly beloved, we
are assembled here

in the sight of God
and these witnesses

to join this man and
this woman in matrimony,

to marry them husband and wife

in both interest and
destiny... DOROTHY: I'm here.

I'm standing here and
he's standing there.

Instituted by God...

And I actually love
him. I love the man.

And not out of desperation.

Dorothy Zbornak has finally
conquered her desperation!

Dorothy... I do!


Oh, what the heck. I do, too.


DOROTHY: God, I love this man.

Hey, you two.

You're not married
until I say so!


REVEREND: Big smile now.

They love me.
These people love me!

Dorothy and Lucas, would
you please join hands?

Lucas, do you take this
woman to be your wedded wife?

Do you promise to love,
support and cherish her

as long as you both shall live?

I do.

And Dorothy, do you take this
man to be your wedded husband?

Do you promise to love,
support and cherish him

as long as you both shall live?

I do.

REVEREND: May we have the
ring, please? Repeat after me.

With this ring I thee wed...

With this ring, I thee wed...

♪ The farmer in the dell

♪ The farmer in the dell

♪ Hi-ho, the derry-o
The farmer in the dell ♪

And I pledge my love and loyalty

in the name of the Lord. Amen.

Then, unless anyone here
has cause for objection...

By the power vested in me by God

and the State of Florida,

I now pronounce
you husband and wife.

Lucas, you may kiss the bride.


SOPHIA: Oh, no. Of all the times

for me to feel a
sneeze coming on.

I'll be damned.

Dorothy, I want to tell you
something, and this isn't easy.

Not easy? For you? Please, Ma.

The day you stop
speaking your mind...

I'm not going. Is the...


I'm not going
with you, pussycat.

I'm staying here with the girls.

The girls?

Rose, Blanche,
whatever they are.

We discussed it
after the wedding and,

pussycat, they need me.

Ma. I need you.


No, you need to be
married now. Alone.

Frankly, I think I was
in the way the first time.

Oh, no, you weren't.
Yes, you were.

Dorothy, it's time
to leave the nest,

and I think I've given you
the self-confidence to do that.

I do want you to know that
without you and Blanche and Rose,

I never would have
been ready to try.

There's something
I want to tell you.

It's been my great privilege
to be your friend as an adult.

To spend these years with you.

No, Ma. It was my privilege.

And something else.

And that self-confidence

is the greatest gift that you
could have ever given me.

Yeah, I agree. Yes.

It's a magnificent gift.

You got everything you need?

Yeah, I guess so.

Gonna be a great honeymoon.

Me, Dorothy and Freddy Peterson.

Who's Freddy Peterson?

That's what we named it.


I have packed my last suitcase.

You ready, Dorothy?

Ready, Freddy.

Dorothy, they know.


I... I'll be out
in just a minute.





I guess this is it.



Dorothy, you don't
have to say anything.

I mean, what can you say

about seven years
of fights and laughter.

Secrets. Cheesecake.

Just that

it's been very...

Well, it's been an experience that I'll
always keep very close to my heart.


And that these are memories

that I'll wrap myself in
when the world gets cold

and I forget that
there are people

who are warm and loving and...

We love you, too.

Oh! I'll miss
you. I'll miss you.


BLANCHE: You will
always be a part of us.

Your friendship

was something I never
expected at this point in my life.

And I could never have
asked for a better surprise.

how we feel, too.

I have to go.

Dorothy, is this goodbye?

I love you, always.

Oh, God, I love you so much!


Oh, Dorothy! Oh, Dorothy!

Oh, Dorothy. Dorothy.


Listen, Lucas is waiting.

You're angels. All of you.

Oh, God, I'm going
to miss you! Oh!


BLANCHE: Dorothy! Dorothy! Oh...

Oh, listen, I...
We have a flight.

I should...

You'll always be my sisters.