See other members of the geriatric set who are using firearms instead of playing mahjong on-screen.
Right after Girls, she booked an episode of the HBO series Getting On, playing a frail woman in a geriatric ward.
Thanks to the basic dynamics of American politics, the GOP—as white and geriatric as it is—sits well-positioned for success.
Here are the secrets to American Idol's geriatric comeback.
In spite of their image as bland, geriatric pols, the party elders gave the LDP a sense political heft.
There were rumors of a Brighton Beach ripoff and a Persian version; a geriatric version has already made it to air.
But they are right to haul—or wheel—a geriatric SS man present at a notorious, if largely forgotten, massacre into the courtroom.
Even now, some clinicians are unforgivably timid around the topic with their geriatric patients.
Egypt is free of Mubarak, but for now it is still just a poor Middle Eastern country ruled by a junta of geriatric soldiers.
The stigmatized legacy of assisted suicide also may be a factor in the decline of geriatric suicides.
geriatric ger·i·at·ric (jěr'ē-āt'rĭk)
Of or relating to geriatrics.
Of or relating to old age or to the aging process.