Late Golden Girls stars Rue McClanahan and Bea Arthur are being honored... with ice cream! New York's famous Big Gay Ice Cream Shop is opening up a new location in the West Village, and adding another Golden Girls-inspired item to the menu. Show More Summary
Today is a momentous occasion: the 27th anniversary of the debut of Golden Girls, that fantastic legend of a TV show starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty. Big surprise, the folks in New York's whimsicle Big...
(Video Link) Starring Bea Arthur as Batman, Betty White as Aquaman, Rue McClanahan as Superman and Estelle Getty as Robin. Kevin Bapp proposes that Cartoon Network pick up this show inspired by The Golden Girls. Four retired superheroes retire to a home in Miami. It’s perfect. Mr. Bapp, you are a genius. I award you [...]
From The C.O. Travel Guide: Backpacking across Europe this summer? When in France, be sure to stay at La maison de chien, a charming villa on the Rue de McClanahan in Montdelegg, just steps from the Metro. (specifically, 742 steps.) Christine Y. says: “Hope this picture of my furry babies in their beds is cute enough to make [...]
So touching! The incomparable Betty White met with Michael J. LaRue, the close friend of her fellow Golden Girl, the late Rue McClanahan, to discuss her life and her work with charities. Special items from Rue's estate will be auctioned off at the "Hollywood Legends" auction on March 31st. In the (above) clip, Betty goes through some of [...]
Someone took their love of Betty White way too far, throwing Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty under the bus for the sake of a tongue-in-cheek tattoo. Not. Cool. Read more posts by Eliot Glazer
In more celeb news, the Manhattan apartment of the late, great Golden Girl Rue McClanahan has finally sold, after a series of price chops and almost two years on the market. The highlight of the Sutton-area pad is a secret...
Rumor has it that George Takei uploaded this epic Photoshop of Betty White wielding light sabers as the spirits past of Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty, and Rue McClanahan glow in the background, and now we're farklempt. [Reddit] Read more posts by Eliot Glazer
Ken Jennings. vs. Rue McClanahan. Who ya got?
Last year Rue McClanahan died in New York at the age of 76, leaving Betty White as the last remaining Golden Girl, and now items from her estate are being sold off at auction. Life is depressing. [ more › ]
What to buy? What to buy? Golden Girls star Rue “Blanche” McClanahan passed away in June of this year. Her estate is up for auction this weekend. Unless common sense rears its head and prevents me from making a foolish bid, items that look appealing are: Lot#: 102 Description: Freida Liermann – Oil on Canvas [...]
On today's Day Around the Bay, the world's ugliest shoe boggles the mind, the estate of Rue McClanahan auction awaits you dollars, rats and restaurants scare you, OpenTable hates San Francisco or has horrific taste, and more. [ more...
I've been a Golden Girls fan since it first aired and over the years and years of syndication my love for the show has only grown. So when I saw that the estate of Rue McClanahan is being auctione
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Betty White preps for Rue McClanahan's upcoming estate sale, makes us so happy to hear that "she liked men. She was Blanche." (Yes, we're crying.) [Next Magazine] Read more posts by Eliot Glazer
Betty White shares memories of her former costar Rue McClanahan, whose estate will be auctioned December 17.
With Betty White being the last living Golden Girl, our world is currently deprived of three of the funniest women to ever grace the television screen. Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty, and Rue McClanahan were — hands down — nothing less than...Show More Summary
I know I'm not alone in thinking that Starship Troopers is a masterpiece. Directed by Paul Verhoeven — who made Showgirls, another of my unironic favorites — it's absurdly enjoyable scifi camp. Giant bugs, a cameo by Rue McClanahan, and ‘90s B-movie princess Denise Richards: what more could you ask for? More »
Notice how few famous people have died this year? Dennis Hopper, Rue McClanahan, Gary Coleman, Corey Haim, Boner from “Growing Pains,” the lead singer from LFO, the psychic from “Poltergeist” … that’s about it. Filed under: celebrity culture
"I'm bleeding over losing Ruesy [Rue McClanahan], who was my dear friend. But as much as I love my friends, I wouldn't think of going out to lunch with a woman. I can't think of anything less interesting, except hen parties and showers—and I avoid them like the plague." —Betty White talks female friendship in AARP magazine. Show More Summary