For many, the television landscape has felt like a bland, barren wasteland since the demise of the long-running sitcom Designing Women (1986-93) and its acerbic leading lady Julia Sugarbaker (unforgettably played by the late Dixie Carter), but here’s some great news: sheee’s back! Sort of. Series creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, who is obviously as fed up with Donald Trump’s blowhard b.s. as the rest of us, has written one of Julia’s trademark scorching monologues that cuts to the heart of the issue, here it’s Trump’s misogyny. With the aid of Topher Payne, who portrays Sugarbaker in the stage production Designing Women Live, Julia is back in business.
Watch her scorch the earth with Trump below.
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