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CONTENTS MAY/JUNE 2021

WHY WOMEN KILL Allison Tolman and Lana Parrilla

FEATURES

42 TWOOF A KIND

48 BREEDS APART In Clarice , she chases psychos. Offscreen, Rebecca Breeds prefers Manolos.

56 DANGEROUS WOMEN Why Women Kill ’s Allison Tolman and Lana Parrilla slay in this stylish, sexy soap.

60 THIS TIME

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TOGETHER... Carol Burnett looks back at favorite moments from her classic show.

FBI ’s Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki get together to talk about their roles.

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W HEN CAROL BURNETT ACCEPTED HER eponymous inaugural comedy award at Burnett Show : Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Waggoner, and Tim Conway. “I’m so grateful for the chemistry that we had with each other,” she said. “And there was great chemistry behind the camera, too, with our crew, our producer, our direc- tor, our choreographer, our writers, the cue-card guys—we all became one happy family for 11 joy-filled years.” Burnett’s comment about chemistry is true for all co-stars. If the alchemy is there, everything works. Sometimes it’s immedi- ately clear who will click. Sometimes it takes a bit longer for the magic to happen. But when it does? That’s when the fun—and a show’s success—really begins. the 2019 Golden Globes, she mentioned the “brilliance” of her regular co-stars on The Carol This month’s cover stars are perfect examples of subject, script, and production teams working perfectly together. Clarice ’s Rebecca Breeds (“Breeds Apart,” p. 48) imbues her famous character with a strength and power that make the role Chemistry Lessons

singularly hers. Breeds has an incredible cast to work with and they all make each other shine. Whether Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki (“Two of a Kind,” p. 42) are playing special agents on FBI or joking around with each other off set, it’s clear that these two have that important connection that makes their show even stronger. In fact, after listening to them banter, you defi- nitely want to have dinner with them. We’re also excited to give you a first look at Season 2 of Why Women Kill (“Dangerous Women,” p. 56), available on Para- mount+. It’s a new cast featuring the wonderful Allison Tolman and Lana Parrilla, and we’re already feeling the love—and the hate—and then the love again (aren’t dark comedies great?) among the characters. (As for the cast? All love!) Back to Miss Burnett. We were so very lucky to sit down with the comedy legend to hear the stories behind some of her all- time favorite skits from her Emmy-winning show (“So Glad We Had This Time Together,” p. 60). They are some of the greatest— and funniest—moments in television history. We hope you enjoy revisiting them as much as we did. Enjoy!

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Queen Bee Dynasty is back— and so is the backstabbing. Michael Michele spills the tea on the buzz-worthy new season. BY NATE MILLADO

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M ICHAEL MICHELE’S DAD CAN QUOTE ALMOST EVERY EPISODE of Dynasty . (“The champagne is burned!”) So you’d think that Michele would be born to play Dominique Deveraux on The CW’s hit reboot. “I’ll be completely honest with you—I was afraid to do it,” Michele confesses. “One hundred percent. I’m the cops, doctor, and lawyer chick!” The seasoned actress starred in Homicide: Life on the Street and ER , but Dynasty ’s a different beast. “It’s not a straight drama; it’s not a straight comedy. But I’m having so much fun, I may never put on a stethoscope again!” Diahann Carroll famously said she wanted to be “the first Black bitch on television,” and she accomplished that (and more) by originating Dominique Deveraux on Dynasty . So what was it like to step into Diahann and Domi- nique’s fabulous shoes? First of all, there’s only one Diahann Carroll. And my mother was a huge fan. My mother is a Black woman, and there weren’t a lot of Black women on TV [during 1984]. And she told me, “You know, Diahann Carroll had agency. Domi- nique walked into that room, and she held her place in that room.” So I’ve tried to approach [the role] in the same way. This is a woman who’s at times a bold bitch, assertive, narcissistic, self-centered—but with a sense of humor. And what

Dominique Deveraux (Michael Michele) launches her own fashion line, “Dom-Mystique,” in Season 4.

Lifestyles of the Rich & Infamous Michael Michele sums up Season 4 of Dynasty in one word: “Explosive.” Here’s what to expect.

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Michele’s favorite Dynasty moment (and outfit) is this courtroom scene,

they’ll write something really fun—a baseline— but then Elaine and I will inevitably add some- thing else. And it’s off the charts this year! You’re new to social media, but you often use your platform to advo- cate for justice. Listen …my mouth is too big sometimes. Some artists feel like their art should live exclusively in that lane, and there shouldn’t be a require- ment to speak to other issues

wearing a “super chic” fedora.

“Oh, honey, you have no idea what’s coming!”

of social ills that are happening in our country. I happen to feel that it’s impera- tive. Am I a politician? Absolutely not. Can I speak about legislation? I cannot. But as a participant in our democracy, can I speak to fairness and justice? Absolutely. And I do it unequivocally and often. Given the year we’ve had, is Dynasty the escapism we all need right now? The entire world has been traumatized! We are all looking for laughter, lightness, just a way to exhale. And so we always feel we are pure entertainment. We’re going to give you fabulous clothes, a few bitch slaps, and a really good time.

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favorite acting moment on the show— was my courtroom scene, where they dragged me out and I was screaming, “Skank! Skank!” I had on this beautiful white dress and gorgeous camel-colored fedora, and it was just super, super chic. Aside from the fashion, fans tune in to see your catfights with Alexis (Elaine Hendrix)! Oh, honey, you have no idea what’s com- ing! And Elaine is my girl and just the perfect sparring partner. The beauty of the two of us in the room is that we feel safe enough to try certain things. So

I try to do is to allow the audience in on [the joke] and to enjoy the ride with me.

The costumes on this show are stun- ning . What’s it like to play dress-up for a living? The clothes are absolutely phenomenal! Granted, I can’t breathe because you’re stitched in to the nth degree. I don’t become Dominique until the hair comes on, the makeup goes on, the clothes go on, the six-inch Louboutins go on …

Do you have a favorite look? My favorite look—and actually my

After somehow surviv- ing her bachelorette party, Fallon ( Elizabeth Gillies ) just wants to marry Liam ( Adam Huber ) and have a nice, calm life. Those aren’t two words usually associ- ated with Carringtons—and the happy couple face their biggest challenges yet. Blake ( Grant Show ) and Cristal’s ( Daniella Alonso ) relationship hit some tur- bulence last season as they each strayed. This season

they’ll work even harder to make their marriage last. Unfortunately, the universe has other plans—as do mul- tiple enemies. Adam ( Sam Underwood ) strives to emerge from his massive family shadow. As he ruthlessly climbs the ladder of success, things with girlfriend Kirby ( Maddison Brown ) get messy and put her at odds with her father, Anders ( Alan Dale ).

An unlikely alliance between Alexis ( Elaine Hendrix , pictured) and her sister-in-law turned mother-in-law, Dominique ( Michael Michele ), forms as they set out to reclaim what they feel is rightfully theirs, even if it means deceiving Jeff (Sam Adegoke). Sammy Jo ( Rafael de la Fuente ) looks to expand his hotel and his heart, with help from Culhane ( Robert C. Riley).

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Living on the Edge Take a look back at some of our fave jaw-dropping, what-happens-next cliffhangers. BY NATE MILLADO

I T WAS THE SHOT HEARD ’ROUND the world. CBS primetime soap Dallas capped its third season on March 21, 1980, with a bang: Oily oil baron J.R. Ewing, once described by The New York Times as “the nastiest man on television,” was shot twice before collaps- ing to the ground. Everyone was a suspect! And everyone was obsessed—including England’s Queen Mother herself—over “Who shot J.R.?” After an excruciating eight-month wait, a whopping 83 mil- lion viewers tuned in to see who pulled the trigger. (Spoiler alert: It was J.R.’s former mistress and sister-in-law, Kristin Shepard.) Over the next four decades, TV shows have upped the ante with their own cliffhangers, keeping viewers on the hook over a summer—sometimes over a year!

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13 SERIAL KILLERS ESCAPE! “The Storm” (Aired May 4, 2016) After thwarting a prison break and a bomb threat, the Criminal Minds team kicks back with family and friends to celebrate. But the revelry is short-lived: BAU gets word of other prison breaks, and that 13 serial killers they put behind bars are now on the loose, including “Mr. Scratch.” JANE’S DEAD HUSBAND IS ALIVE! “Chapter Eighty-One” (Aired April 4, 2018) Only a telenovela-inspired series can pull off a twist like this : Jane the Virgin heads to her baby daddy

KIMBERLY BLOWS UP THE COMPLEX! “The Big Bang Theory” (Aired May 22, 1995) Melrose Place leveled up to “guilty pleasure” status with the Season 3 finale. Once a respected doc, Kimberly Shaw had an affair with married Michael, “died” in a car crash, then came back from the dead all crazy- pants! The revenge-minded redhead set out to blow Melrose Place to bits. PICARD BECOMES A BORG! “Best of Both Worlds” (Aired June 18, 1990) Star Trek: The Next Gener- ation finally emerged from its predecessor’s shadow with its game-changing

Season 3 finale. The Borg capture and assimilate Captain Picard, whose chilling words, “I am Locutus,” are one-upped by Commander Riker instructing Worf: “Fire!” (Cut to black.) TNG wouldn’t kill Picard … would it? AGENT COOPER GETS SHOT! “The Last Evening” (Aired May 23, 1990) We hadn’t even learned who killed Laura Palmer yet when Twins Peaks thrust us into another mystery. Back at his hotel at the Great Northern, Agent Cooper answers a knock at his door and is shot multiple times by an unknown assailant. We raise a glass (of milk) to you, David Lynch.

Rafael’s apartment expect- ing an engagement—only to be greeted by her presumed dead soulmate, Michael, behind the door. DEXTER FINDS RITA IN A BATHTUB! “The Getaway” (Aired Dec. 13, 2009) Before Dexter offed the Trinity Killer with a hammer in the Season 4 finale, Arthur ominously told him, “It’s already over.” It wasn’t until our serial- killing antihero came home that we realized what his adversary meant: Arthur left Rita to bleed to death in the bathtub with baby Harrison sitting in a pool of her blood. (Yep, it’s the same way Dexter was discovered in his youth.)

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ALL IN THE FAMILY In Season 1’s aptly titled episode “Judging Books by Their Covers,” Archie Bunker’s strapping ol’ pal Steve, a former NFL linebacker, comes out of the closet—shattering the blue-collar bigot’s preconceptions about what makes a man a man.

DESIGNING WOMEN A gay man (pre- Scandal Tony Goldwyn) asks the women of Sugarbaker & Associates to design a funeral—his own, as he’s dying of AIDS. Linda Bloodworth-Thomason came up with the episode while caring for her mom, who contracted HIV from a tainted blood transfusion. 1987

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THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW Phyllis (Cloris Leachman) sets Mary (Mary Tyler Moore) up with her bach- elor bro. But Ben ends up gravitating more toward Phyllis’ frenemy Rhoda (Valerie Harper)—much to his snooty sister’s chagrin. However, Rhoda is just not into him like that because, well, turns out Ben’s gay … which comes as a huge relief to Phyllis.

2000

QUEER AS FOLK The groundbreaking SHOWTIME drama centered on the hookups and hang-ups of gay men in Pittsburgh. QAF was ahead of its time, tackling same- sex marriage, conversion therapy, and recreational drug use. And its definition of chosen “family” still rings loud and queer.

Loud&Proud In honor of Pride Month, we remember the TV trailblazers that furthered the LGBTQ+ conversation. BY NATE MILLADO

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2017 STAR TREK: DISCOVERY The sci-fi spinoff boldly went where the universe had never gone before in its 50-plus-year history, by introducing the first openly gay characters, Lieuten- ant Stamets (Anthony Rapp) and Dr. Hugh Culber (Wilson Cruz). Season 3 featured the franchise’s first nonbinary and transgender characters.

2018

SUPERGIRL The CW broke ground

with TV’s first transgender superhero, Dreamer. For trans actor and activist Nicole Maines, progress means getting to play a villain. “I think it’s that more and more trans char- acters [can] be less than perfect and be a–holes,” Maines told Variety . “They’re just people.”

2004

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THE L WORD Up until this show, TV would bust out “girl-on- girl action” merely for shock value. But this long- running SHOWTIME series finally featured nuanced lesbian protagonists living their authentic lives.

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2020

AS THE WORLD TURNS The steamy soap aired the first-ever daytime TV gay kiss between two male characters: Luke Snyder and Noah Mayer.

SCHITT’S CREEK In a pandemic year when we all desperately needed a feel-good moment, Pop TV’s cult hit may very well have saved 2020 with the Rose family’s heartwarm- ing send-off. Pansexual David finally married his business partner and best friend, Patrick, in a hilari- ously over-the-top wed- ding officiated by Moira in full papal ensemble. Simply the best!

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RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE The lip syncs are legend- ary and the tea is served piping hot! In 2020, RuPaul made herstory by winning a fifth consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program. “I’ve always said, every time I bat my false eyelashes, I’m making a political statement,” he said in his acceptance speech.

2021

BATWOMAN When bisexual actor

Javicia Leslie took over the lesbian superhero’s cape and cowl for Season 2, she also made history as the first Black Batwoman.

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Tune Time Some TV theme songs are so iconic that you need to hum only a few bars (or hear a lyric) to guess which show it’s from! Match the tunes to the TV shows using the clues below. BY NATE MILLADO

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accompanied by Lalo Schifrin’s timeless “dun, dun-dun-dun, dun” ditty—composed in off-kilter 5/4 time. 8 Marius Constant’s ominous “da da, da-da, da da, da-da” has been terrorizing us for 60 years—most recently in Jordan Peele’s reboot. 9 As synonymous with this daytime game show as Plinko 10 This Britney-esque faux theme (“I’m a Lamborghini, I’m a Hollywood star”) blew up to become its own TikTok challenge. 11 “Ancient Voices” is its official title; it samples a Russian folk song that translates to “I’ll go and get outside.” 12 Alexander Courage’s optimistic instrumen- tal boldly goes where no man has gone before.

1 “You’re gonna make it after all!” (Cue the hat toss!) 2 “Well, we’re movin’ on up!” 3 “Songs that made the hit parade/ Guys like us we had it made/Those were the days.” 4 “Buh-buh-buh-bah- bahm-bahm!” This swinging surf track covered by The Ventures peaked at No. 4 on Billboard ’s Hot 100 on May 9, 1969. 5 Heart-wrenching theme made famous by gymnast Nadia Comaneci and later sampled in the Mary J. Blige hit “No More Drama” 6 “Where everybody knows your name” 7 I spy a lit fuse

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Not only is “King” an NCIS s pecial agent, he’s also a Big Easy bar owner who can tickle the ivories and whip up a mean gumbo.

Whether it’s Dave running for City Council or needing help building a treehouse, or Calvin staring down systemic racism or a colonoscopy, these BBFs (Best Bros Forever) from The Neighborhood always have each other’s back.

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Best Dressed: F allon C arrington The stylish, savvy heiress slays every killer lewk she wears.

Take your pick: Crafty MacGyver or The Equalizer , who balances being a single mom and a badass vigilante.

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Most Likely to Win a Nobel Prize: S heldon C ooper The boy genius graduated from high school and enrolled at nearby East Texas Tech. But The Big Bang Theory finale gave us a peek into young Sheldon’s endgame—as a future Nobel Prize in Physics recipient.

Most Likely to Donate a Kidney: G ina D abrowski This quirky, big-hearted party girl is the definition of being positive.

Most Likely to Play in a Super Bowl S pencer J ames The All American wide receiver was an MVP off the field as well, shining a light on mental health.

Prom Queens: C heryl B lossom & T oni T opaz

Riverdale High crowned Choni— not Varchie or Bughead—prom royalty!

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I N CASE YOUWERE KEEPING SCORE, SPECIAL AGENTS MAGGIE BELL AND Omar Adom “OA” Zidan have been working to stop a drug cartel, domestic terrorists, a serial killer, and kidnappers on Season 3 of FBI . So what’s next? “I think Omar and Maggie die,” Missy Peregrym says. Her co-star Zeeko Zaki immediately chimes in, “No, we go to Mexico and then jet-set around the world in warm locations.” They’re joking (we think ). Still, it doesn’t take an elite crime-fighting unit to figure out why these two are so simpatico as partners on the hit procedural. Although Peregrym and Zaki seem like opposites on the surface—she’s a 38-year-old married mom and acting veteran who started as a fashionmodel in her native Canada; he’s a 31-year-old Egyptian American enjoying his first series-regular role—the two share a wicked sense of humor and love to rib each other. They’re also quick to lay on the praise. “It’s a gift when you get along with the people you work with,” she says. They both recently checked in en route to the New York City set. FBI airs Tuesdays at 9p.m. ET/PT on CBS and streams on Paramount+. cbswatchmagazine.com

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Thoughts on that big finale? Peregrym: We had a little wrap-up with [drug cartel head] Vargas [played by David Zayas] from Episode 3 and the collar bomb. Zaki: It was fun because we usually just close the case. This was our first “to be continued …” It gave us different stuff to play with, so I was excited about it. How did your characters evolve this season? Zaki: It’s been really interesting to play the friend now that Maggie has a boyfriend [fellow agent Nestor Vertiz, played by Josh Segarra]. We saw her family, too. Even though she and I are partners, you want to see that bigger world around the characters. You’re not just watching Missy and me run around the streets. Peregrym: Yeah, it’s nice when we deal with more personal issues. In

“It‛s a gift when you get along with the people you work with.” —Missy Peregrym

Season 1, a lot of the controversies were based on how we did our job. Now it’s about caring about the other person. We’re looking out for each other, which shows the depth of our friendship. And how has your off-screen friendship changed since 2019? Zaki: She’s more obsessed with me. Peregrym: I don’t know what I’d do without him. I thank God for him in my life because having a baby [Otis Oakley, born in April 2020] was tough. Without Zeeko, I don’t know if I’d make it. Zaki: But she’s raised me, too! When I came onto the show, Missy was carrying a lot of it. I just

wanted to grow and become a strong enough co-worker to share the load. Hopefully it’s become easier and more fun for both of us. Peregrym: He’s done well. The learning curve was huge because the show is so demanding of your time. But now we are laughing our heads off all the time. Missy, gotta ask: How do you feel about being called “The Ponytail of Justice” on social media? Peregrym: Oh my lord. I don’t know who made it up, but we joke about it because it’s such a staple. You almost never see my hair down now. Zaki: Well, the ponytail is practical!

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Appalachian accent—who appeared in The Originals , Pretty Little Liars , and several Aussie series before landing the iconic role. (In fact, she connected with her husband of seven years, actor Luke Mitchell, on the set of the Down Under soap Home and Away .) She took a break from filming the penultimate episode to hop on the phone and talk about her passions, her secret talents, and what to expect from the Clarice big finish. Let’s just get to it: What are you allowed to say about the season finale? I don’t want to give away anything because the plot takes massive twists and turns. I just keep thinking of a line in the pilot episode when [Tyler] says, “It just keeps getting worse,” and Clarice says, “It always gets worse.” We stick true to that notion. The darkness is dark; Clarice has to be incredibly truthful and brave to look herself in the mirror. You’re the third actress, after Jodie Foster [in The Silence of the Lambs ] and Julianne Moore [in 2001’s Hannibal ], to ever play Clarice. Was that a lot of pressure? You know, I’m honored to be a part of the legacy and that we’re getting to tell her stories. Now that you’re almost done with the season, do you feel as if you’ve really made the role your own?

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set of Clarice . Then she arrives to a dark apartment, changes into her fluffiest bathrobe, plops into bed, falls asleep, and starts all over again. And she loves, loves, loves it. “Every morning on the drive to the studio, I always take a moment of gratitude,” the actress says. “To bleed your soul into something and to know that people are responding so well to it is one of the most satisfying things. Gosh, I’m so blessed to be doing what I’ve always dreamed of.” Never mind that she stars as the titular character in a psychological thriller so creepy and haunting that it’s basically the stuff of nightmares. Although the hit series—which premiered in February— is set one year after studious FBI trainee Clarice Starling saved the day in the 1991 classic The Silence of the Lambs , viewers have learned that the lambs are still screaming inside her head. Now part of a special task force specializing in violent crimes, Clarice has tried to reconcile her past traumas as she chases down the mysterious villain responsible for killing a group of female whistleblowers from a pharmaceutical clinical trial. (Small- screen vets Michael Cudlitz, Kal Penn, and Devyn A. Tyler play her cohorts.) Breeds herself is a sunny 33-year-old native of Sydney, Australia—yes, she has mastered Agent Starling’s

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CLARICE airs on Thursdays at 10p.m. ET/PT onCBS and streams on Paramount+.

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Jodie was the saxophone and Julianne was the violin and I’m the flute. The sound will be slightly different, but it’s all the same song. For me it’s about honoring the quintessential characteristics of this wonderful character we all know and love. And you can develop her more because it’s an episodic series. Yes, we’re getting to fill in the blanks. There’s a lot to Clarice we haven’t seen, and there’s so much for us to play with her. Like, who is she at the bar? What does she drink? Does she dance? Does she fall in love? Does she call her mom on the weekend? I want to keep exploring this . What about you? Assume you’re not dancing at the bar these days?

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Your husband stars in the upcoming CW series The Republic of Sarah . How often do you get to see him? He films in Montreal, but he’s allowed to come and visit me because those borders are open. He brings our dog—who’s a 5-year-old cockapoo named Alfred Hitchcock-a-poo. I call himmy firstborn. Oh god, I love my boys and miss them both equally! And you’re a long way from home. Is that hard for you? During the height of the pandemic last year, I lived at my mom and dad’s house again for a fewmonths. I wasn’t working, so it was cool because we did puzzles and cooked together and had some lovely bonding time in the garden. Obviously there were moments when we needed some space, but it was a special time. Now I’m so far away, and I don’t know when I’ll see them next. You have to make the most of those moments when you’re together.

These days, no! The cast and I haven’t been able to hang out very much in Toronto because the city has been on lockdown through shooting, so we do cocktail hours on Zoom on the weekends. You all must legitimately like each other if you’re doing group Zoom chats during your time off. We are the cutest. Me and Nick Sandow are like little schoolgirls because we can’t stop giggling on the set. Michael is known as “Cuddles” because he is so affectionate and so loving and wants to take care of everyone all the time. There is such camaraderie among all the girls as well. The pandemic has forced us all to take it slow, so we have an even deeper connection. We’ve created a really beautiful environment because we’re going through this together and supporting each other.

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Were they surprised when you became a professional actress? They knew before I knew. I was always a very expressive and empathetic kid. Even in kindergarten, I would ask my friends if they wanted to play The Lion King , and I would act out as Simba and direct everyone. Then when I was 10, I remember standing in the mirror in my bedroom and pretending to embody other people. There was a moment of self-awareness. So I remember going straight to my mom and saying that I’d like to take an acting class. But I didn’t know you could make a career out of it. The fact that it’s actually happened is nothing short of a miracle. Don’t you have a music background? I was constantly writing music as a teenager—I think to process all my breakups. I went to the University of South Wales and got a double degree in theater and music. I mean, I love jazz. Anything Ella Fitzgerald I know top to bottom. I could sing jazz ballads all day. I still write music but not to the same extent. I guess I’m not going through as much angst now! Clarice probably listens to jazz, too. Yeah, I think she’s an old soul. Clarice also has a buttoned-down style. But you’re pretty glam off-camera, no? I mean, I love expressing myself through clothes. I don’t know if I’d consider myself a fashionista, but . . . Is it hurting your soul that you can’t dress up right now? I’m really enjoying, like, my go-to outfit of a gray track sweatsuit with a really cool coat and some stompy black boots and then jazzing it up with some cool jewelry and a beanie. I love that vibe. But I did go out and buy myself some Carrie

Bradshaw Manolo Blahniks when I got the role. I won’t put them in a box, so they sit in my little closet. Every time I go in there, they sparkle at me and go, “ Wear me, Rebecca, wear me! ” I’m dreaming of being able to take my Manolos out for a spin. Wait, back up and detail this story. Anyone who knows Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City knows these Manolo Blahniks. They’re royal blue with a big jewel at the front. The moment I saw them in the shop I was like, “ I have to have you .” I promised myself that if I got the role of Clarice, I would. So my husband and I were at our home in L.A. and both anxious because I was waiting to hear about Clarice and he was waiting to hear about The Republic of Sarah . We decided to take a drive to get some air and ended up in Malibu. We’re at lunch, and I get the call from [co-creators] Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman and they say, “ Helloooo, Clarice .” It was followed up with some happy crying and a lot of champagne— then it was off to get my Manolos at the Nordstrom at The Grove. I felt like Cinderella. And you’ve never worn them?! The one and only time I wore them was when I had a meeting at MGM to meet the big boys and girls about Clarice . I had this baby-pink trench coat, a white T-shirt, and my Manolos. I was strutting on air walking past entire walls full of Golden Globes and Academy Awards, dating back to the 1930s. It absolutely blewmy mind. I was like, “ Thank God I’m dressed properly for this .” I felt those shoes were worthy to be walking those halls. It was a pretty incredible moment.

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A LLISON TOLMAN IS hangry. The night before reporting to work on Why Women Kill —her first time back on set since the pandemic—the Emmy-nominated actress thought it’d be fun to fill out a letter board for her dress- ing room. The goal was to update it daily with a response to “Why Do Women Kill Today?” Her first entry: “SHE’S HANGRY.” Ensuing reasons included: “SHE MISSES HER CAT,” “CO-STAR HAS 100X TATTOOS,” “THESE OVERALLS SHRANK (PRETTY SURE),” and “IT’S NINETY DEGREES OUT IN JANUARY.” So, Allison Tolman … why do women kill today?

Why Women Kill ’s Allison Tolman and Lana Parrilla slay in this stylish, sexy soap. By Nate Millado

because “my nails are so nice now, I can’t pry off the letters anymore.” Tolman and her impeccable manicure are in the middle of filming the final episode of Why Women Kill , Marc Cherry’s addictive anthology series on Paramount+. While the previous iteration of WWK spanned multiple decades, this one takes place solely in 1949 and explores the meaning of beauty, the hidden truth behind the facades people present to

just beginning for fans of dark comedy. Watch caught up with the sophisticated stars ahead of the summer premiere. This was your first role back after 10 months off. What hobbies did you pick up during quarantine? AT: Oh, so much. I learned how to make lunches at home. I started embroidery. I started teaching myself how to play the ukulele—but that did not stick. LP: I actually started my clothing line, which is comfort streetwear! That’s something I’ve always wanted to do. And because there was so much time on our hands, it really afforded me time to get creative in that way. I come from a family

the world—and the extreme lengths to which one woman will go to finally belong. So while the journey is ending for Tolman and co-star Lana Par- rilla, the WWK experience is

“It’s got to be the 6 p.m. call time,” she tells us. “It does not bode well that I don’t get to work until the evening time.” Tolman’s actually fallen way behind on her letter board

WHY WOMEN KILL premieres Thursday, June 3, on Paramount+.

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go, and the more repressed women were, the more interesting it is to see the inner workings of their lives. And I thought it was really interesting to see what that looked like in the ’60s. LP: I was born in the ’70s, so I remember going through the ’80s. The fashion was completely outrageous! And I feel like there was more freedom for women than what had gone through the ’60s and ’70s. But from a personal standpoint, I also really loved people in my life who died from AIDS, I have actively been involved with the AIDS Walk in New York and in L.A., and spoken out to support that com- munity. So that’s another reason why I was so attracted to Simone’s storyline. Unlike the previous season, this one takes place in 1949. What was it like going back in time? AT: Just the most fun! In addition to the

getting to watch her become somebody, and what that entailed and what the con- sequences were of that journey—that was really what drew me to Alma. LP: I’ve often played controversial char- acters that you hate but end up loving. They are very misunderstood. When you first meet Rita, you’re like, this is the queen bitch; she runs the show. But you have to always explore how a power- ful person became this way. You realize that she’s been a victim of so many cir- cumstances in her life, and that is what caused her to be the way she is. But she is a redeemable character. The first season of WWK was a multi- era affair: 1963 with Beth Ann (Ginnifer Goodwin), 1984 with Simone (Lucy Liu), and present day with Taylor (Kirby Howell-Baptiste). Which time period was your favorite to watch? AT: I think the further back in time you

of artists, so being creative is, like, my style: Designing, painting, and stuff like that is a lot of fun for me. And I recorded a song! What intrigued you most about Why Women Kill ? Why did you sign on? AT: [ WWK creator] Marc Cherry’s height- ened style is unlike anything I’ve ever done, certainly on camera. My back- ground is in theater and improv, and it seemed like those were going to translate well for this project. I just wanted to give it a shot and I’ve had so, so much fun. LP: I’ve never done comedy on this level, like Mark Cherry’s dark comedy. What you see is not what you get there, you know. There are so many layers to these characters and they’re not so black and white. AT: I love the idea of telling a story of a woman who felt invincible, and then

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