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I found out when I got the script the night before the table read.That’s the way it works on “Black-ish.” We do 24 episodes, so it’s a lot on our writers. So by the time you get a script and have time to read it, it is often the night before the table read. I knew they were going to do a story about Bow’s biracialness.One of the fastest growing racial groups in the country isn’t a single racial group–it’s people from multiracial backgrounds, the children of interracial unions.A new study has found however, that young women are much more likely to call themselves multiracial than young men are.Although such laws officially remained on the books in several states, the Lovings’ landmark victory rendered them effectively unenforceable, ensuring nobody else would have to endure the same treatment.
And it just so happens that one of them is black and the other is white.
The episode, titled “Being Bow-racial” (scheduled to air Nov.
30), is also the first told from Bow’s perspective — Ross takes over the voice-over from Anthony Anderson (who plays her husband, Dre).
“There was a lot of joy in the making of this episode as a lot of personal things were explored and discovered,” says Ross.
“I found it so hilarious — and perfect.” How did you find out about the episode?