In Michael Schur's sitcom The Good Place , much attention has been given to two of the leads: Kristen Bell as Eleanor, a bad person who somehow ends up in what she thinks is Heaven, and Ted Danson as Michael, the "architect" of her afterlife neighborhood. Danson's performance deserves the hype, but I don't tune in for him. The reason I watch is because the show revolves around people of color and their romantic entanglements. These complex depictions are very important in a world where interracial relationships are still taboo.
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In case you haven't heard, The Good Place is the one show to watch this fall. Not only does it star one of our brightest national treasures — Kristen Bell — but it also offers up a genuinely intriguing premise: what happens if you end up in "the good place" when you die, but you really aren't meant to be there? Given that many of the new fall shows either fall into the courtroom drama , remake or medical show molds, the fact that a sincerely exciting comedy like this one exists sounds like a great deal to me. I am a big proponent of good comedy. Finding a show that sticks is tough these days, especially with all of the new programs that are premiering over the next few weeks — which is why we all need to tune into The Good Place.
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It's perfectly normal and healthy for couples to argue. But sometimes, couples have to take steps to be more communicative and respectful during arguments—which is something Kristen Bell was learned early on in her relationship with now-husband Dax Shepard. During an episode of Harry airing Wednesday, the Good Place actress shared how Shepard had to "majorly train" her to be a good sparring partner, according to E! There is nothing I craved more," she said.