Maude

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Did Jimmy Kimmel Pay Nearly $2 Million for the Nude Bea Arthur Painting?

Bea Arthur

Apparently Jimmy Kimmel is a very generous friend.

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Diff'rent Strokes Star Conrad Bain Dies at 89

Conrad Bain

Conrad Bain, the actor best known for playing Phillip Drummond on Diff'rent Strokes, died Monday in Livermore, Calif. He was 89.

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Revenge: Who's Playing Victoria's Mommie Dearest?

Adrienne Barbeau

It's the (second) mother of all castings on Revenge.

Months after tapping Jennifer Jason Leigh to play Emily's long-lost mom, the ABC nighttime soap has cast Maude alum... read more

Outlaw's David Ramsey: Justice Isn't Red or Blue, but Someplace in the Middle

David Ramsey

If Outlaw's Cyrus Garza is on one side of a case, then best friend Al Druzinsky is on the other — even though they're on the same team. David Ramsey, who plays Druzinsky, tells TVGuide.com that although Garza, played by Jimmy Smits, may be conservative and Druzinsky liberal, the new NBC series is not about Red States vs. Blue States. Ramsey talks about why highly politicized, current legal issues make the show relevant, and how he hopes it'll open up people to conservations.

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Adrienne Barbeau Gets Ready to Soap Up on General Hospital

Adrienne Barbeau

Yo, Adrienne! She's famous for playing kickass broads — from Broadway's original Rizzo in Grease to divorcee Carol Traynor in the landmark sitcom Maude to the snake charmer Ruthie in HBO's Carnivale — and now Adrienne Barbeau is doing it again on General Hospital. She joins the ABC soap August 12 as Suzanne Stanwyck, a Christiane Amanpour-type foreign correspondent who runs an organization that helps exploited children. And she doesn't need Angelina Jolie. Suzanne's goodwill ambassador is international mega-model Brenda Barrett (Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo)! Barbeau is a pro at conquering new genres and winning new fan bases. After Maude, she turned horror-flick scream queen (The Fog, Creepshow, Swamp Thing). Later, she became ... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Betty White and Marc Cherry Remember Their Golden Girl, Rue McClanahan

Rue McClanahan

While it's hardly unusual for Hollywood actresses to lie about their ages, Rue McClanahan was one of the rare gems who actually feigned being a few years older just to get herself cast as one of the Golden Girls. "Rue told me when she saw that Golden Girls script, she had to be a part of it, even if she had to lie about her age," Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, who worked as a staff writer on the 1985-92 sitcom about four sexually active Miami seniors, tells TV Guide Magazine.

The Oklahoma native... read more

Castmates Remember Rue McClanahan

Rue McClanahan

Rue McClanahan, who passed away June 3 after suffering a massive stroke, is remembered fondly by her former costars. "Rue was a close and dear friend. I treasured our relationship," Betty White, McClanahan's costar on The Golden Girls, said in a statement. "It hurts more than I ... read more

Rue McClanahan Dies at 76

Rue McLanahan

Rue McClanahan, best known as Golden Girls' man-hungry Southern debutante Blanche Devereaux and Maude's scatterbrained Vivian Harmon, has died. She was 76.

McClanahan suffered a massive stroke and died at ...
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PETA Resurrects Bea Arthur in Posthumous Ad Attacking McDonald's

Bea Arthur

Perhaps taking a page out of Nike and Tiger Woods' book, PETA has launched a new ad featuring the late Bea Arthur.

Targeting McDonald's chicken-slaughtering practices, the ad features a shot of the Golden Girls star — with her trademark glare — and the headline: "McCruelty: It's enough to make Bea Arthur roll over in her grave."

Arthur, who died April 25 last year, was a staunch PETA supporter and animal rights activist ...
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Friends and Colleagues Remember Beatrice Arthur

Golden Girls

Beatrice Arthur's friends and colleagues remembered the Emmy- and Tony-winning actress as a brave force in comedy whose talent and voice were one of a kind.

"I knew it would hurt, I just didn't know it would hurt this much," said Betty White, Arthur's Golden Girls costar. "I'm so happy that she ...
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Premiered: September 12, 1972, on CBS
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Premise: The popular---at times controversial---`All in the Family' spin-off headlined by the anti-Archie Bunker: the indomitable, outspoken and passionately liberal Maude Findlay. Politics, of course, was a heated topic in many episodes. But the most memorable ones addressed such social issues as alcoholism, mental illness and abortion with intelligence and compassion. Bea Arthur received Emmy nominations for several years, finally winning in the 1976-77 season as Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series.

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