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 I love America Ferrera but they are making her look like Francine, from the PBS cartoon 'Arthur', and now that I've seen it, I can't unsee it

(I love both charters, referring to roles Ferrara has played, and the cartoon character's roles; Ferrera seems like such an awesome woman!!!)

Viva Francine!

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On 10/3/2018 at 3:32 PM, lallalla said:

 I love America Ferrera but they are making her look like Francine, from the PBS cartoon 'Arthur', and now that I've seen it, I can't unsee it

(I love both charters, referring to roles Ferrara has played, and the cartoon character's roles; Ferrera seems like such an awesome woman!!!)

Viva Francine!

That’s too funny. 

Every once in a while, Amy will do something silly with a big grin on her face, and I’m reminded that she was (the American) Ugly Betty. Otherwise, Amy is dry and sarcastic—nothing like bubbly and optimistic Betty. 

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I'm finding it bizarre that a minority of Bo-like fans are so upset that Amy's baby does not have Jonah's DNA, but very reassuring that Jonah is positioned by the show to be the real dad by his proximity to Amy during her pregnancy and birth (future but certain), which has been scientifically proven to trigger all the bonding and parental hormones that make a man into a father. Doubly reinforced by the oxytocin and dopamine rush of being in love as well. In a real world of blended families, this feels satisfying and emotionally true. But I'm a little disturbed that I am obsessed enough with Superstore to have given this so much thought.

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