(TV still via CBS)
Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless provided a Cagney & Lacey reunion at an event last night to raise cash for Hillary Clinton. Hillary needs more money so she can fend off Bernie Sanders for another month while simultaneously fighting the real enemy, Donald Trump.
Don't you think Cagney & Lacey just feels right for a Hillary event?
A baker's dozen other TV shows that feel Hillary-ish:
“Who else ... Trump?” “I'M WITH HER!” (GIF via f*ckyeahkateandallietumblr/CBS)
Kate and Allie
The only household in TV-land headed by two women not to produce two votes for Hillary would probably be Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
This was just an example of Clintonian bridge-building. (TV still via NBC)
Parks and Recreation
C'mon, Leslie could never say “Knope” to her idol. The biggest hold-out would be Ron, who of course would have assembled a homemade fertilizer bomb to park in a truck outside the local polling station.
Karen might think she can buy access to Hillary, but that only works with a gay card. (GIF via NBC)
Will & Grace
Will exemplifies the thoughtful, conservative-slanted, socially liberal gay-for-Hillary crowd; Jack exemplifies the thoughtless, liberal-slanted, socially even-more-liberal gay-for-Hillary crowd; Grace would say she was phone-banking but sneak off to Burger King instead; Karen, fortunately, wouldn't vote. (Also, the show was the first sitcom ever to name-check Obama ... way back in 2004! (Starts at 4:00)!)
They even had the hair. (TV still via CBS)
Though I think Shepherd in real life is a gun-lovin' political wild card, the characters—a feisty liberal and a rebellious oligarch—would probably overlap, Venn-style, for HRC.
(Meme via f*ckyeahmurphybrown/CBS)
Is there really any doubt that Murphy would be an “I'm with Her” gal? All that Quayle hunting worked out about as well for the Republicans as it did for Dick Cheney.
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