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12/05/2007

Video: Sherri. Again.

by Jeremy Hooper

The world is flat. Jesus predates everything. And transgender kids that might be born into Sherri's home -- well, they might wanna go hang out with auntie Joy:

Come back, Hasselbeck. All is forgiven.

Sherri Shepherd: Clearly defined gender roles or else [YouTube]

**Note: Barbara Walters should be applauded for attempting to turn this into a teachable moment about transgender kids. Perhaps some of it will rub off.

**Note: It should also be noted that Shepherd did say she would love and accept a potential gay kid. But the caveat that "certain behavior" wouldn't be going on in her home is a little suspect.

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Your thoughts

Sherri is a very dim-witted person, and having her on the show only gives her more and more time to prove that. But for what it's worth, her high-and-mighty bark is worse than her bite—she claims she wouldn't allow this kind of behavior in her house, but she took back (at least temporarily) a husband who cheated on her and sired a kid with another woman while they were married. She strikes me as a person who is often torn between sassy common sense and religious dogma and is not bright enough and/or brave enough to choose.

Posted by: Matthew Rettenmund | Dec 5, 2007 4:39:31 PM

Whoopi rocks.

And for what it's worth, a kilt is not a skirt, it's a kilt. Women in Scotland don't wear them.

Posted by: Sarah | Dec 5, 2007 8:20:19 PM

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