“For Heaven’s sake, don’t let God get in the way of a good story!” – Kim Gatlin
It’s about time somebody dragged the vulgarians responsible for programming at ABC into the nearest rest room and washed their mouths out with a urinal cake. Consider: currently in development for the fall viewing displeasure of you and your children are the following:
The dramedy, based on Kim Gatlin’s novel of the same name, will be brought to life by famed “Sex and the City” and “90210” executive producer Darren Star. The plot centers on the life of reformed “mean girl” Amanda, played by “Talladega Nights” actress Leslie Bibb, who returns to her hometown of Dallas to find herself fodder for malicious gossip from the women in the Christian community.
The American Family Association calls ABC’s project “a Christian-bashing version of ABC’s current “Desperate Housewives.”
The story is about a naive young woman who comes to New York City and ends up with a trouble-making party-girl roommate.
Jason Winer, who directed the pilot for Modern Family, is set to direct this comedy. The American Dad team of Nahnatchka Khan and David Hemingson will write and produce.
ABC is owned by the once wholesome Walt Disney Company, and if there’s any justice in this life or the next, the shade of Uncle Walt will be haunting the executive suites of these scurrilous trash peddlers for some time to come.