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Tom was white and Helen was Black and they were the butt of many jokes by George.In real life, Roxie Roker was married to a Jewish man and they had one child, rocker Lenny Kravitz.
The show may have been a comedy but George Jefferson held some of the same views many Americans felt at that time towards his neighbors Tom and Helen Willis.“Happy Endings” was only on the air for three seasons but audiences fell in love with married couple Brad and Jane Williams, played by Damon Wayans, Jr. The “madly” in love couple would often show their love and affection for each other no matter who was in the room, much to the dismay of their four friends.Although it was popular in the beginning, “Happy Endings” suffered a major dip in the ratings during its third season, largely due to an erratic shift in the schedule.Brittany Daniels, the actress who plays Kelly, revealed that the reason why her character was written off of the show was because she was dealing with a serious medical scare of her own, cancer.This season, Kelly is back on the show and Jason stopped his own wedding to Chardonnay, wife number two whom he eloped with, to declare his love for his first wife.Jay and Gloria resembled a lot of real life couples in more ways than one.
Jay played stepfather to Gloria’s son from a previous marriage before the two welcomed another son of their own.
One of the hottest shows on television right now is Shonda Rhimes’ “Scandal.” The hour-long drama centers around Olivia Pope’s professional life of being paid to put out fires while juggling a scandalous affair with the president of the United States.
Even though she’s a Black woman and he’s White, rarely does race play a part in their relationship (other than the Sally Hemmings slave references).
Petty criminal Earl Hickey once decided to change for the better and put some good karma in the universe by trying to right the wrongs he made against people throughout his life.
That was probably the only reason why he still kept in contact with his ex-wife Joy and even became friends with her brand new husband, self-described “Crabsman” Darnell Turner.
S., Hollywood has been a bit slow in keeping up with times and portraying more interracial couples, but low and behold we’ve managed to find a few favorites over the years. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz were one of, if not the first, interracial couple on television.