My heart and my prayers go out to the victims of this latest tragedy and to everyone who has been affected in some way by gun violence. No matter which side of the debate you are on, I think we all can agree that this should not have happened.
"The Proud and the Passionate," from RH (but I might have the wrong title -- it was the one with Barbara Wilde, played by Judith Barcroft) "All My Problems," from GH (Frisco watched it back in the early '90's) "Southwest General," from "Tootsie" "As Thus We Are," from "Love, Sidney" "The Wild and the Wonderful," from "Mama's Family" "Search for the Sun" and "It Never Ends," both from "The Simpsons" "Dawn of Day," from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" "Palo Alto," from "Living Single" And there was one in an episode of "Three's Company," guest starring Dennis Cole (ex-Lance, Y&R) and Joy Garrett (ex-Jo, DAYS), but for the life of me, I can't remember the name. (But it was something GH-ish.)
Didn't "The Amanda Show" have a running soap parody as well? Something very "Dawson Creek"-like, with SNL's Taran Killam among the recurring actors.
It seems to me the thinking among those individuals is, you might have been born gay but you weren't born with the wrong gender; and that to suggest you were is saying God is imperfect. But that's just my take.
Well, Kim IS a grown-ass woman. Also, Chip and Kim's wigs don't pay for themselves.
OTOH, I just can't help but feel this could have been avoided simply by hiring Kim to work on another sitcom. Even one written/produced/directed/photographed/composed/lit/hair-, makeup-, set- and wardrobe-designed by Tyler Perry.
Frankly, Vee, I don't see the charisma or charm or "dark anger," as you put it. I just see a set of abs and a pair of pecs all trying to emote -- which would be fine, I guess, if this were a show on the CW. But, hey, I won't quibble over your argument.