(Strip Number 1156, Original Publication Date, 18 May 1987)
Panel 1: We find ourselves watching Elly visit Thelma Baird at the seniors complex; she thinks that Thelma's going to like it there because she's got herself a well-appointed anteroom to Masky McDeath's Void.
Panel 2: She goes on to remind Mrs Baird that they've got a dining room, an on-call nurse, get-togethers, activities and other amenities.
Panel 3: Mrs Baird says that it's okay for a senior's home; she only has one complaint.
Panel 4: For some reason, Elly is astonished when Thelma says that there aren't enough men.
Summary: This is because Golden Girls had yet to become a cultural force. Up to that point, the idea was that the urge for companionship went away over time which is bollocks. Lynn knows better now.