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  1. Te'Hara Wadw says:

    This show is well written and on top of the game. While I “get” that media and some, perhaps even the majority says that sex sales, I would like to ask that you, dear Shonda Rhimes keep it well written, well played and classy for my African American sister, Kerry White and my African American community.

    Thank you for creating a show that showcases black people as we are,intelligent, level headed, business owners and critical thinking human beings who are BEING the change.

    I am a fan because the show helps to balance out my sadness over the many and varies shows which are coming out with one, two or even none, black people showcased in them and heaven forbade apparently, that African American people headline, lead and BE the show. Friends, Seinfeld, King of Queens, the Mentalist, Dexter, Nurse Betty, Cougar Town, etc. We, as a people, a culture, a presence are still 500 steps behind and Shonda Rhimes said, “no, lets tell this story, accurately.” Good job and thank you so very much for listening to your audience and more importantly, your heart.