bauks:

Black girls with natural hair get made fun of and black girls with fake hair get made fun of and black girls with no hair get made fun of so like what are black girls supposed to do but not give a fuck about you

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blacksitcoms:

90s Black Sitcoms, Ranked

The Cosby Show, what has long been considered the greatest black sitcom of all time, celebrates its 30th anniversary in two weeks. That the show’s legendary run is marked by a return to a more diverse television landscape this fall seems fitting: NBC, ABC, and FOX, along with other networks, will debut a variety of shows that cast minority actors in lead roles (several are women of color). This push for more nuanced programming brings to mind the 1990s, a decade known for its rich portrayal of black life through shows like Living Single and Roc. Here, a completely indisputable ranking of black sitcoms that aired between 1990 and 1999.

See the rest of the list here.

judymartn:

She’s a real chameleon, there’s nothing she can’t do. She’s a huge asset to the show because that thing that happens where every year you’re playing something different, you have to have the audience really believe that different thing you’re doing. She’s an expert at it. She’s really gifted. I’ve been very lucky to have scenes with her this year. - Sarah Paulson on Frances Conroy

judymartn:

She’s a real chameleon, there’s nothing she can’t do. She’s a huge asset to the show because that thing that happens where every year you’re playing something different, you have to have the audience really believe that different thing you’re doing. She’s an expert at it. She’s really gifted. I’ve been very lucky to have scenes with her this year. - Sarah Paulson on Frances Conroy

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