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A single well-written lesbian-themed episode is not as progressive as actually incorporating a gay character in the central cast, and the straight-person-mistaken-for-gay storyline is a safe way for sitcoms to approach this potentially explosive subject, with the least risk of alienating viewers.
But this episode of Reba is fresh, funny, and subversive, and far better than most sitcoms’ attempts to tackle lesbianism.
smart, new-fashioned, surprising; mostly irresistible. The main thing 'Reba' has going for it, however, is credibility. These things do happen." - Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic Reba Hart (Reba Mc Entire), once the matriarch of a happy middle class nuclear family, saw her world fall apart as one thing after another seemed to go wrong.
Moments within finding out her marriage can not be salvaged due to infidelity, news comes that teenage daughter Cheyenne is pregnant.
Brock remains involved with all of his children, to the point of moving the new family so they can live nearby where Reba and the other children live.
Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) worked as Brock's dental hygienist until their affair resulted in her becoming pregnant.
Van (Steve Howey), the star cornerback of the high school football team, is forced to grow up fast when he finds himself expecting a baby with Cheyenne at the tender age of 17.
After an impromptu wedding, Van moves in to Reba's house to live with Cheyenne and raise baby Elizabeth.
As is custom with most network television shows, the word "gay" is used almost exclusively to describe Sadie, rather than the more loaded term "lesbian," except twice at the end of the episode (after viewers had a chance to warm up to the subject).
On a show that’s likely to attract more conservatives than many other sitcoms, that’s especially good news.
Original Air Date: November 7, 2003 Starring: Reba Mc Entire, Melissa Peterman, Scarlett Pomers, Steve Howey, Jo Anna Garcia Directed by: Will Mackenzie Synopsis: Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) brings home a cat and begs Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) to let her keep it.
Barbra believes Brock is allergic to cats but says they can hide her in the attic.
As it turns out, Barbra Jean is allergic instead, and so she takes the cat to Van (Steve Howey) who tries to hide it from Cheyenne (Jo Anna Garcia), who is also allergic to cats.