The hometown of Rose Nylund, St. Olaf, is part of Betty White’s iconic personality on ‘The Golden Girls.’ With endless stories, St. Olaf seems like one of the wackiest places in the United States.
Starting out so many stories with “back in St. Olaf,” Betty White is entirely oblivious to how annoying her stories are to the others. However, she continues to tell them to her exasperated roommates.
As most Americans that watched ‘The Golden Girls’ fell in love with Betty White, her St. Olaf stories might be her most memorable bits.
Perhaps one of the best moments from this recap is when Rose Nylund has been nominated for “St. Olaf Woman of the Year.” Explaining that this is the highest honor in all of St. Olaf.
Telling stories of how previous women won this award, Rose Nylund reveals some fun facts about St. Olaf that brought laughs to many. Pure comedy gold, there aren’t many stories better than those about St. Olaf.
Her use of obscure Scandinavian words and references highlighted this role. The way she would drop a word like “helderberlderflergen-nursurblrgen,” and look at the others as if they were supposed to understand was truly priceless.
Betty White embodied the essence of entertainment and comedy for around 80 years. This walk down memory lane reminds us just why we loved her so much.