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There’s good news coming on ABC’s “Black-ish”: Junior’s finally getting a girlfriend.
The mix of heritage, culture or identity is something that our country is built on.
It’s one of the reasons it’s so interesting playing this revolutionary wife on television. Kenya, early on in the season, before I even knew this [episode] was happening, asked when I filled out my college essays or work applications, did I check black or white, and I said I used to check both.
That’s one of the things that’s fun to play as an actor. I find common ground in the feelings that she expresses. I don’t know how I would feel if my child brought home a different race boyfriend or girlfriend. What did it mean to you to get to take over the show from your point of view?
It’s one of the things that our show does incredibly well, exploring the different sides of how to respond to things. I loved doing all the flashback stuff that Anthony usually gets to do.
I think our writers are really good at tapping into that.
The premise of our show is very simple in its essence: It’s a multigenerational family comedy that is character driven.