Sunday, April 26, 2009

RIP, Bea Arthur




Yesterday the entertainment world lost one of the funniest persons to ever live: Bea Arthur. Bea Arthur first rose to fame in the 70s as the liberal foil to conservative bigot Archie Bunker in All in the Family. Bea's most famous role was in the 90s sitcom Golden Girls. Even as a young middle schooler, I loved to see Bea Arthur's character Dorothy dole out sarcasm and dead pan humor on Thursday nights. Farewell, Bea. Thank you for being a friend.

2 comments:

Jackie (updated profile) said...

You always steal my post ideas. Golden girls started in 1985, and got me through the tragic years of our childhood. I will never be the same.

Michelle said...

I wasn't going to post anything and then I just realized, 10 minutes later, that I'm singing the theme song to Golden Girls. Thanks a lot!