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Wednesday, May 7, 2003

Church of the Masses has the most detailed description I've seen of the abortion story on WB's Everwood. Church of the Masses is Barbara Nicolosi's blog. She's a Catholic who writes for Hollywood.

I noted the following in one of the comments on her Everwood entry:

"Although I agree that the Everwood episode discussed here was dishonest and flawed fundamentally, I was impressed with how the writers did show that the young woman who did eventually have the abortion was abandoned by her lover, her father, and her doctor. She was left to support her burden entirely alone. Only Dr. Abbott's mom understood that isolation, and she unfortunately aided in a decision which, as the show portrayed, left her traumatized and bereaved."

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