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Since the s, American television and cable programs have sometimes aired episodes addressing issues relating to homosexuality. Storylines in individual episodes have concerned gay rights , or perhaps more broadly, expressed what a producer or writer believes is a need for understanding and tolerance for gay, lesbian , bisexual or transgender LGBT people. Until the late s when actress Ellen DeGeneres revealed her real-life homosexuality and built this into her situation comedy, Ellen , it was relatively rare for a television series — drama or comedy — to address homosexual issues. However, a handful of programs did build individual episodes around the issue as early as the s — most notably All in the Family , which had several "gay-themed" episodes — usually either to address a certain aspect of the topic, to make the show controversial or establish a certain philosophy among the characters.

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Mitchell was born in Los Angeles , California. She co-starred in the movie Gia and the movie Frequency. She also had a one-episode role in House M. In , she played Juliet Burke on Lost , beginning in the third season premiere , a role she would play for four seasons, three as a main character and one in a recurring capacity. Mitchell was later named the lead actress on V [14] and her character was indeed written out in the premiere of the sixth season of Lost , but returned for the two-part series finale. The series premiered on September 17, [22] and ended in May In , Mitchell starred as U.

Boston Legal (2004–2008): Season 1, Episode 13 - It Girls and Beyond - full transcript

I know I will. I suppose it had to come to this. Like jumping the shark.
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