You can be vulnerable and strong at the same time. Both were the plots of popular television shows before they actually happened. In order to keep the rest of the cast happy, a representative from ABC reportedly told the magazine to keep cast member Teri Hatcher in check and to not let her act like she was the "star" — specifically, to prevent her from getting first choice of wardrobe or being placed in the center of photographs. Consider the case of two recent seemingly unthinkable societal shifts — Barack Obama's presidential nomination and the recent decision to legalize gay marriage in California starting today. Despite those instructions, Hatcher arrived early so as to get first crack at outfits, and then wound up in the center of a photo. Sign In Register.
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