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about Bea Arthur’s lifelong friendship with gay men—and the new center for homeless LGBT youth opening next year in her name—the magazine also talks about Arthur’s time on the classic NBC sitcom and how she didn’t always get along with her co-stars.
“When they shot the sitcom, sometimes they had to stop.
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