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How much do ya’ll miss Girlfriends?
It’s obvious that we’re big fans of the long-gone show here at Madame Noire. It is one of the few shows to ever really address friendships amongst Black women. And, of course, besides the ladies, we loved Reggie Hayes‘ funny, adorable, nerdy presence on the sitcom. He played “William,” the corky sidekick to Joan Clayton and the gals.
When we caught up with Reggie Hayes recently, we were a little disappointed to hear that he didn’t stay in contact with his former castmates. Although we haven’t been doing our “Where You Been” series too long, we’d have to say this is one of the most interesting installments we’ve done. See what Reggie Hayes has to say about what he’s been up to and his outlook for his acting career. We certainly hope to see his original, dynamic, on-screen personality again on television.
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Remember when “Girlfriends” was on UPN? Man, Monday nights would never be the same. “Girfriends” was black women’s own version of “Sex and the City,” but something they could relate to just a little bit more (not everyone can splurge on Manolo Blahnik shoes like some people). These sistas were smart, funny, classy (except for Lynn at times), fashionable, and did I mention funny? Their broke, busted and disgusted relationships and somewhat all over the place lives were what kept us tuned in every Monday, and without the show, we wouldn’t have had the good years of “The Game,” (its spinoff) and positive representations of black women. Those WERE the days. Let’s see where the cast is at nowadays…