Question: What was the name Prince’s first solo album after he and the Revolution broke up?
Last Question: On The Golden Girls, what fictional Minnesota town was Betty White’s character from?
Answer: St. Olaf
Rose Nylund hailed from St. Olaf, Minnesota. She always began stories by saying “Back in St. Olaf…”, which would drive the other girls crazy:
Rose: You know, Sophia, your problem at work reminds me of something that happened back in St. Olaf.
Sophia: Please. Dust reminds you of something that happened back in St. Olaf!
Rose: This reminds me of something that happened back in St. Olaf.
Dorothy: Oh, Rose, stop! Rose, why is it that every time one of us makes an observation, the first thing we hear from you is “Back in St. Olaf?” I mean, did it ever occur to you that maybe we’re tired of hearing “Back in St. Olaf,” “Back in St. Olaf,” “Back in St. Olaf!”
Rose: Gee, no, I… I’m sorry.
Dorothy: Oh… that’s okay.
Rose: [pauses for a moment to rethink her approach] Back in that town whose name you’re tired of hearing…