|It's a Miserable Life|
|Season 2, Episode 4|
|Air date||November 1, 1986|
|Written by||Barry Fanaro|
|Directed by||Terry Hughes|
|Take Him, He's Mine||Isn't It Romantic|
The girls band together for a good cause to preserve a very old tree in the neighborhood to their local city board. But as they soon find out the technical owner of the tree is very hateful and wants the tree cut down despite the neighborhood wanting it saved.
- Nan Martin as Frida Claxton
- Thom Sharp as Mr. Pfeiffer
- Amzie Strickland as Lady at Funeral
- Johnny Haymer as Commissioner
Freida Claxton: [to Blanche] Oh yes, I didn't recognize you with your clothes on.
Blanche: I beg your pardon?
Freida Claxton: With my binoculars I can see right into your room. I think some of the stuff you do is illegal, I'm looking into it.
Blanche: Why you...
Dorothy: [Dorothy grabs her as she lunges for Mrs. Claxton] Now Blanche. Mrs. Claxton, I don't know if you remember me. Dorothy Zbornak.
Freida Claxton: Oh yeah. You're the one with nothing going on in your bedroom.
- The outside of the Mortuary sign is the same one used in the show Will and Grace, where Grace visits a dear friend who she thought was dead.
- The background shot during the closing credits features the four ladies in the funeral home looking on at Mr. Pfeiffer, who's off-screen.
- Nan Martin would later appear again in Season Four's, 100th episode, Foreign Exchange as Philomena Bosco.
- Nan Martin's real name is Abigail Beckwhite.