This is ridiculous Americans, we have ABC, that has launched a new tv series called GCB it comes on Sunday nights around 10:00 pm…it is nothing more than a blasphemous attack on Jesus and women…GCB stands for Good Christian Bitches….really?????
GCB” is about a woman named Amanda Vaughn, played by Leslie Bibb, who returns home to Dallas with her two children after facing marital and financial troubles. The trailers, ads and name suggest this series will not be family friendly or even respectful toward Christians.
According to information about the program received by Movieguide, Amanda is a former “mean girl” who has put the past behind her, while her former classmates and victims have not. They are the new mean girls who are as likely to gossip viciously about their returned rival as they are to offer up a humiliating prayer about her in church. As soon as their leader, Carlene Cockburn, played by Kristin Chenoweth, sees her arrive, she calls her friends, smugly gossiping about how Amanda’s former husband died in a car crash while having an affair with her best friend. Chenoweth’s character then halts the talk saying, “Ladies, it is not appropriate to speak of such things on the phone.” After a pause she continues, “I’ll see ya in church.” Another clip shows Carlene and her friends confronting Amanda about the moral code of their community.
The following scene shows Carlene in an office getting an invitation from a man to “do it.” Turning religious pictures face down, she crawls over the desk, as well as the man, and gives him a heavy kiss. Meanwhile, Amanda’s gun-collecting, shallow mother, played by Annie Potts says, “I feel certain that the good Lord would like me to have a new fur coat.”
Based on the trailers, Amanda Vaughn appears to be the only sane member of this community, and she doesn’t appear to be a practicing Christian. When her mother drags her and her children to church, Amanda tells her mother that she “didn’t raise the kids with any particular religion.” While we all know that there are hypocrites in every institution and every religion, “GCB” uses southern Christian women as the sole, stereotypical examples of self-indulgence, shallowness and hypocrisy.
Other scenes show young girls being encouraged to wear revealing tops. When one mother expresses concern that her daughter’s old cheerleader uniform is too tight, Chenoweth’s character tells her not to worry because “cleavage helps your cross hang straight.” Later at the game, the football team cheers when the girl’s vest pops open.
Clearly, this isn’t exactly a message Christian parents would want to send their daughters. (wnd.com)
Every Christian should call and complain about how Jesus our Lord is treated in this show as well as women…
The Walt Disney Company
Robert Iger, CEO
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
Phone: (818) 460-7777
Anne Sweeney, president
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521-4551
(818) 560-1000 or