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Monday, May 5, 2003



A test of the Diotima/Emily thesis

Tonight's episode of Everwood, a show on the WB network, features an abortion subplot. The Diotima/Emily thesis: Fictional and poetic representations of abortion have a hard time making abortion look like a good choice.

This reminds me of a little-known fact about another WB show. On What I Like About You, the character played by Jennie Garth sometimes wears a Rachel's Vineyard t-shirt.

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