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Amazon’s Nick Adams, the director of transgender media and representation at GLAAD, confirmed that it’s “extremely rare” to see two or more trans characters talking to each other on a scripted show, regardless of who’s playing the part.
It’s far from a revolutionary thing to see on a certain kind of TV show—especially in the post–’s fourth episode, “Clean Burn,” defense attorney Cameron Wirth (Laverne Cox) meets up with her friends Mckayla (Jen Richards) and Valentina (Angelica Ross) to decide whether or not she should accept a slick prosecutor’s invitation to a “10 percent date.” “Yes! “[He’s] better than your current boyfriend [who] won’t even be seen in public with you.” Valentina is a little more skeptical, warning Cameron that, for all she knows, “He’s a chaser.” Less than a minute later, a frustrated Cameron takes a bite of her salad, and the show cuts away to another character’s plotline.
Boil that scene down to its basic elements, and it’s a group of white-collar women commiserating about their dating lives over a businesswoman’s special.
The show’s season finale is slated to fall on Tuesday, June 21.
Abrams drama will launch Season 5 on Tuesday, May 3, with Episode 2 airing the following Monday, May 9 (and then Episode 3 on Tuesday, May 10, and so on).