Executive producer Kathleen Mc Ghee-Anderson spoke to our Jim Halterman about how there can't be enough family dramas on the air, how she is keeping things real with stories about Iraq and race as well as fan reaction to the interracial romance between two of the teenage characters.
Unfortunately, Tay seems to be the only one who doesn’t know that Stacy plays for the other team, and when her brother (a friend of Tay’s) tells him “Dude, my sister’s gay! The two girls finally move in closer and nuzzle a little — but alas, no kiss.
” Tay foolishly thinks he still has a chance, because “Tay beats gay.” (If you’re wondering what that sound is, it’s a million lesbians rolling their eyes.)At prom, when Tay is pulling out all of his best break-dancing moves (even The Robot! (you can guess where this is headed): Stacy: But I like girls. (This is still ABC Family, after all — nevermind that they have a show dedicated to sorority girls who sleep with everything that moves.)Stacy smiles up happily at Tay, who winks at her as he finishes his song. American readers can watch the whole episode now on
follows Roxie Santos (Serratos), who hopes to make it big in the music industry.
Roxie bumps into music producer, Eddie Marz (Thomas), and agrees to provide back-up vocals for actress, Sienna, in an exchange for him to produce her band, Los Santos.
The show portrays an acceptance of lesbianism and bisexuality that is really refreshing (if probably a little unrealistic). The only black lesbian couples on TV have been adults, like Kima and her partner on .