William McKinley High School once had a champion glee club, but now they're floundering. That's when an idealistic Spanish teacher takes up their cause, vowing to transform the rag-tag ... See full summary »
After attending their friend Elise's (Sudano) wedding on New Year's Eve, Trista (Hall), a career-driven talent agent, Viviane (Scott), a successful gossip columnist, and Amaya (Cooper), a ... See full summary »
I was contracted to come on the show as a guest as a rare member of the entertainment industry who was/is a Trump supporter. I asked if there would be like minded guests with me and the casting producer guaranteed that indeed there'd be an equal split of sides. Well, that was not the case and I felt the evidence of that as soon as I arrived at the studio. Entering the green room, I was accosted by some of the leftist people in the room as well as sneered at by the make-up artist. Then, when we went into the studio, thinking I was going to be on the floor panel as a featured guest, I was hustled into the audience and placed there. That angered me even more. This was so disrespectful. Then, my position was even more stifled as I had to interject my side on my own as I realized in a crowd of total leftist anti-Trump supporters who began booing when Trump's name was mentioned, that I was never going to be called on. I saw that Lisa Bloom (Gloria Allred's daughter, also an advocate attorney (aka: another ambulance chaser) was on the panel and some black woman (who I found out was also an atty). I confronted them as well and when I was booed over my opinions I stated that all you people are the same (referring to leftists) I was called a racist. This went on for most of the show and I just couldn't not voice my opinion as that what I thought I was brought on the show for. During a break, before the last segment, some short producer with a Napoleon complex came up to me and said if I said one more word I'd be thrown out of the studio. I said, "what's that word?" He said, "that's it." I said, I'm not leaving without my contract money for appearing on the show. The producer said I'm not getting paid. I said I'd sue. He said go ahead. Then the security and on set Glendale police threw me out to the sounds of cheers from the crowd. I yelled out that they are all hypocrites. When I got home I emailed the casting producer and told her that if she didn't send me my money I'd sue. I received my money in the form of a money card in a used envelope. This show is bogus and is full of the phoniest people I've ever met.
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