Mum's the word

Ascher-Walsh, Rebecca
April 1994
Entertainment Weekly;4/29/94, Issue 220, p61
Reports on the trend in television programs of featuring pregnant characters. CBS' `Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back'; CBS' `Scattered Dreams'; NBC's `Moment of Truth'.


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