This page lists all of the episodes aired in Season 6 of The Golden Girls TV series. The Season, which premiered on NBC-TV with the episode arc "Sick and Tired (Parts I & II)", aired a total of 26 episodes.
The Region 1 DVD was released on November 14, 2006. The Region 2 and 4 DVDs were respectively released on November 13 and December 3, 2008.
Season 6 Episodes (1990-91)
|Picture||Title||Original Airdate||Episode #||No. in Series||Prod. code||Directed by||Written by|
|125px||Blanche Delivers||September 22, 1990||1||129||6.1||Matthew Diamond||Gail Parent & Jim Vallely|
|Blanche's daughter, Rebecca, wants to give birth in an unorthodox manner. Blanche does not want her to deliver in a local hospital, worried that the artificial insemination will become known. Meanwhile, Rose decides to fulfill a childhood dream of becoming an ice skater.
|125px||Once, In St. Olaf||September 29, 1990||2||130||6.2||Matthew Diamond||Harold Apter|
|125px||If At Last You Do Succeed||October 6, 1990||3||131||6.3||Matthew Diamond||Robert Spina|
|Finally having become rich with one of his "silly" contraptions, Dorothy's ex-husband, Stan, tries to win her back. Herb Edelman makes another guest appearance as Stan.|
|125px||Snap Out Of It||October 13, 1990||4||132||6.4||Matthew Diamond||Richard Vaczy & Tracy Gamble|
|Dorothy befriends an aging hippie, who mistakes her friendship for love. Martin Mull makes a guest appearance as Jimmy.|
|125px||Wham, Bam, Thank You Mammy||October 20, 1990||5||133||6.5||Matthew Diamond||Marc Cherry & Jamie Wooten|
|Blanche's childhood nanny visits, and ultimately reveals that she once had an affair with Big Daddy Hollingsworth. Meanwhile, Dorothy is tired of Sophia's attempts to organize her love life, as she arranges a date for her with an ex-con (McKenzie) through a computer dating service.|
|125px||Feelings||October 27, 1990||6||134||6.6||Matthew Diamond||Don Siegel & Jerry Perzigian|
|Outside pressure forces Dorothy to give a star athlete a passing grade, which would allow him to play in an upcoming football game. Meanwhile, Rose must confront her dentist after he sexually harasses her.|
|125px||Zborn Again||November 3, 1990||7||135||6.7||Matthew Diamond||Mitchell Hurwitz|
|Dorothy and Stan anticipate getting back together after Stan's recent successful business endeavor. Herb Edelman returns for a guest appearance as Stan.
Other guest stars: Siobhan Fallon Hogan as Abby Wolfe.
|125px||How Do You Solve a Problem Like Sophia?||November 10, 1990||8||136||6.8||Matthew Diamond||Marc Cherry & Jamie Wooten|
|Sophia wants to become a nun to "replace" her recently deceased friend.
|137||Mrs. George Devereaux||November 17, 1990||9||137||6.9||Matthew Diamond||Richard Vaczy & Tracy Gamble|
|Blanche's secret admirer turns out to be her "dead" husband, who faked his death, and now wants to reconcile. In the end, it is revealed that it was all a dream.|
|125px||Girls Just Wanna Have Fun... Before They Die||November 24, 1990||10||138||6.10||Matthew Diamond||Gail Parent & Jim Vallely|
|Blanche's well-mentioned advice to Sophia and Rose turns out to be less than favorable. Cesar Romero guest stars.|
|125px||Stand By Your Man||December 1, 1990||11||139||6.11||Matthew Diamond||Tom Whedon|
|Blanche is reluctant to commit to a man she meets, who is relegated to a wheelchair. Rose wants a puppy, despite Blanche's and Dorothy's opposition.|
|125px||Ebbtide's Revenge||December 15, 1990||12||140||6.12||Matthew Diamond||Marc Sotkin|
|Sophia clashes with her daughter-in-law at Phil's funeral over the real cause of a long-standing argument.|
|125px||The Bloom Is Off the Rose||January 5, 1991||13||141||6.13||Matthew Diamond||Phillip Jayson Lasker|
|Rose thinks that Miles is getting "boring", and she decides to "spice up" their relationship with some real excitement.|
|125px||Sisters of the Bride||January 12, 1991||14||142||6.14||Matthew Diamond||Marc Cherry & Jamie Wooten|
|Blanche's openly homosexual brother, Clayton "Clay" Louis Hollingsworth, wants to wed another man; Rose expects to win a Volunteer of the Year award.|
|125px||Miles to Go||January 19, 1991||15||143||6.15||Matthew Diamond||Don Mitchell & Jerry Perzigian|
|Miles reveals that he is in the Witness Relocation Program.|
|125px||There Goes the Bride (Parts I & II)||February 2, 1991||16/17||144/145||6.16/6.17||Matthew Diamond||Mitchell Hurwitz (teleplay), Gail Parent & Jim Vallely (story) |
Part II: Gail Parent & Jim Vallely
|In Part one of the two-episode story arc, Dorothy and Stan hit it off after secretly dating for quite some time. In Part 2, Sophia vehemently objects to Dorothy and Stan remarrying.|
|146||Older and Wiser||February 16, 1991||18||146||6.18||Matthew Diamond||Richard Vaczy & Tracy Gamble|
|Dorothy takes Sophia to a nursing home, but for daytime care, not a job. Meanwhile, Blanche and Rose are excited about being hired as models for a Penny Saver, but it does not turn out the way they expected.|
|125px||Melodrama||February 16, 1991||19||147||6.19||Matthew Diamond||Robert Spina|
|Blanche wants a commitment from her "romantic confidante."|
|125px||Even Grandmas Get the Blues||March 2, 1991||20||148||6.20||Robert Berlinger||Gail Parent & Jim Vallely|
|Blanche fails to correct a man, who thinks that Blanche's granddaughter is her own child. Alan Rachins guest stars.|
|125px||Witness||March 9, 1991||21||149||6.21||Zane Buzby||Mitchell Hurwitz|
|A con man, who turns out to be a gangster whom Miles once sent to prison, dates Rose just to get to Miles, who suddenly returns.
|150||What a Difference a Date Makes||March 23, 1991||22||150||6.22||Lex Passaris||Marc Cherry & Jamie Wooten|
|Dorothy's prom date returns to see her again - with some shocking information about their previous date. Hal Linden guest stars.|
|125px||Love for Sale||April 6, 1991||23||151||6.23||Peter D. Beyt||Don Seigel & Jerry Perzigian|
|Dorothy reluctantly enters a bachelorette auction. While the girls prepare for the auction, Stan's uncle dies, leaving him his apartment, and making Dorothy a landlady. Meanwhile, Sophia's brother, Angelo, comes to Miami, broke and with no place to live.Bill Dana guest stars as Uncle Angelo. Herb Edelman makes a guest appearance again as Stan.|
|125px||Never Yell Fire in a Crowded Retirement Home (Parts I & II)||April 27, 1991||24/25||152/153||6.24/6.25||Matthew Diamond||Gail Parent (Story for Part I) Tracy Gamble Jim Vallely (Story for Part II)|
|In the first part of a two episode story, Sophia is suspected of burning down the nursing home where she once lived. In Part II, an attorney helps to clear Sophia's name.
|125px||Henny Penny — Straight, No Chaser||May 4, 1991||26||154||6.26||Judy Pioli||Tom Whedon|
|The ladies star in Dorothy's school play when her students are quarantined because of a widespread illness. Rose stars as Henny Penny, the chicken that believes "the sky is falling"; Blanche stars as Goosey Lucy; and Dorothy stars as Turkey Lurky. The play gets rave reviews by the school newspaper, and the producers of the play ultimately succeed in inspiring the students to read. George Hearn guest stars.|