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This deliciously fun, wicked new drama set in Dallas shows that you can go home again... but only if you’re ready to face the sins of your past. Original mean girl, Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb), is forced to return home to Highland Park, Texas – land of bleach, botox and faux-tans– after her marriage ends in scandal. Reluctant but desperate, Amanda is forced to live with her socialite mother, Gigi (Annie Potts), and face everyone she tormented during high school.

Customer Reviews

It looks great!

I love Kristin Chenoweth, and was immediately drawn to this show. I am also a huge Annie Potts fan (Yey Designing Women!) These two gals are trailblazers. If you cared to do any research, you would see that KC is pro-equality and pro-gays. Designing Women was also revolutionary in the approach to equality for women and to minorities.
So, to say this is anti-chrisitan is WRONG! I see it as a satire, a satire for "those Christians" who love Jesus but hate everyone else and care only about how they look. I will watch it because I know these women don't mean harm. I think it will be a hysterical show that hopefully will highlight the fact that there's some people out there who are "holier than though" but are just as bad.

Chill out people!!!

People need to chill out! Portlandia doesn't reflect all people from Portland, all people in Minnesota aren't like the folk in Fargo, Sex in the City doesn't depict every woman in New York. No one with a brain thinks that everyone in Texas looks or acts like the people in this show. As for the religious angle, the show doesn't portray christians one way or another. Church is a social hub pretty much everywhere. The show doesn't really focus on church per se, in the pilot it's really just the minister going over social items, there's no sermon or actual non-comedic praying. Overall, the shows pretty funny. I laughed out loud (I laughed louder at some of the reviews). Annie Potts is great! Everyone needs to remember that this is just a television show!

RELAX it isn't a documentary!!!

Seriously folks, this is a COMEDY, SATIRE... it's funny, sassy, a spoof of what "some" religous folks have become (judmental, obnoxious, hypochritical, etc.). It is simply having fun at the expense of the superficial, financially obsessed and vicious backstabbing "Christians" that are ruining what 'Real Christians' actually know to be the opposite of all these behaviors.

AND It just so happens to be "taking place" in one of the best cities on the planet...Dallas, TX... SO,,, if this is NOT you and your behaviors then sit back and enjoy. Laugh it is good for you! We can all learn something from watching overly exagerated mean spirited, bigotted, and outrageous behaviors.

If it does happened to speak to you in particular, you might want to go and pray about it and seek some forgiveness for your treachery...

KUDOS for bringing this into "The Light"!!!

Amen :D

GCB, Season 1
View in iTunes $19.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Released: Mar 04, 2012
  • CCin English


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