Main[ edit ] Main characters in the final scene from the season two episode "Big Daddy's Little Lady" from left: Stan and Dorothy eventually moved to Miami, but divorced after 38 years when Stan left her for a young flight attendant. The marriage produced two children, Kate, in her early 20s, and Michael, who was inconsistently aged between his mids and late 30s Michael was purportedly the cause of the shotgun wedding. In the series' final episode, Dorothy marries Blanche's uncle, Lucas Hollingsworth, and relocates to Atlanta.
Arthur also played Dorothy's grandmother, Sophia's mother, in a flashback episode to when they lived in Brooklyn.
Known for her humorously peculiar stories of life growing up in her hometown, Rose was happily married to Charlie Nylund, with whom she had five children; three daughters: Kiersten, Bridgette, and Janella; and two son: Adam and Charlie, Jr. Upon Charlie's death, she moved to Miami. She eventually finds work at a grief counselling center, but later switches careers and becomes assistant to consumer reporter Enrique Mas at a local TV station.
In later seasons, Rose became romantically involved with college professor Miles Webber. During season six, Webber was placed into the Witness Protection Programbut returned later in the season. Their relationship continued throughout the series and shortly into the sequel series, The Golden Palace. In season one, Rose is stated to be Born into a wealthy family, Blanche grew up as the apple of her father's eye on a plantation outside of Atlanta, Georgia, prior to her relocation to Miami, where she lived with her husband, George, until his death.
Their marriage produced six children; two daughters: Janet and Rebecca; and four sons: Doug, Biff, Skippy, and Matthew.
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A widow, Blanche was portrayed as man-hungry and clearly had the most male admirers and stories detailing various sexual encounters over the course of the series. Estelle Getty as Sophia PetrilloDorothy's mother.
She married Salvadore "Sal" Petrillo, with whom she had three children: Dorothy, Gloria, and Phil, a cross-dresser who later dies of a heart attack episode " Ebbtide's Revenge ". Initially a resident of the Shady Pines retirement home after having a stroke prior to the start of the series, she moved in with Blanche, Rose, and Dorothy following a fire at the institution. During the series' run, Sophia married Max Weinstock, but they soon separated.
Throughout the series, she held a few part-time jobs, mostly involving food, including as a fast-food worker and an entrepreneur of spaghetti sauce and homemade sandwiches. Recurring[ edit ] Herb Edelman 26 episodes as Stanley Zbornak, Dorothy's cheating, freeloading ex-husband who left her for a young flight attendant. Miles is later placed in the witness protection programme. Gould also guest-starred once in the first season as Arnie Peterson, Rose's first serious boyfriend after her husband Charlie's death.
Sid Melton 8 episodes as Salvadore Petrillo, Sophia's late husband, who is usually seen in dreams or flashback sequences. He also appears as Don the Fool, a waiter at a medieval restaurant in season six.
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Initially an overweight former model in an emotionally abusive relationship, she later slimmed down and had a baby girl named Aurora by artificial insemination. Dana appears in seven episodes seasonswhile he also played Sophia's father in a season-four episode.
Walker starred in two episodes in season 2. Doris Belack 1 episode and Dena Dietrich 2 episodes as Gloria Petrillo, Dorothy's younger sister who is married to a wealthy man in California. She later loses all of her money and becomes romantically involved with Dorothy's ex-husband, Stan.
Scott Jacoby 3 episodes as Dorothy's aimless musician son Michael Zbornak. Lynnie Greene credited as Lynn Greene, 4 episodes as a younger Dorothy in flashbacks.
Creation[ edit ] "I was running all over the house grabbing anybody who would listen. I kept reading scenes to them and saying, 'God, this is brilliant [ There are no tricks. Studios in Burbank, Californiain August Though Littlefield nixed their idea, he asked if they would be interested in delivering a pilot script for Miami Nice instead.
Their regular writer declined, so Witt asked his wife, Susan Harris who had been planning to retire after the conclusion of their ABC series Soap.
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After the pilot, the character of Coco was eliminated from the series. Estelle Getty auditioned and won the role of the feisty mother of character Dorothy Zbornak.
See all of the best photos of the week in these slideshows How are you taking the backlash the pilot episode has faced online? I'm basking in the glow on both sides. The show itself is reverent, and so are the fans who hate it.
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I'm coming out a winner! What was your impression of the pilot when you watched it? Having seen the first five episodes, the pilot was really the only problematic one.
That was what I feared the whole show would be. I think the ad campaign didn't behoove them, either. People are misconstruing the idea that "the unpopular kids are now the popular kids, blah, blah, blah" as some sort of thesis statement of the show. If you get to the later episodes, you see it's something more than that. I probably have a different perspective, though.
It's all endearing, and no one's trying to replace the movie. Like, JD is a lesbian—I like it! The pilot was specifically criticized for an anti-politically correct, anti-LGBT culture attitude.
Do you see where that's coming from? But to me, the Heathers get all the best lines, so that's the real war. If anything, JD and Veronica are too bland. People were accusing them of doing Winona and Christian impressions—from your lips to God's ears! But the main Heather and Heather Duke, they come off very entertaining.
I think [the writers] made a mistake by making it a spoiler that Heather Chandler lives at the end of the pilot. From the trailer, the fans think the show is killing these people, but actually, they become real characters. When a gay character and a plus-sized character become complex, that's better than what the ad campaign is making it seem like.
It's easy to satirize a right-wing bully. When you also slap around earnest progressives, that's when you really earn your satire credentials.
And you think the Heathers show earned that?