The new NBC TV series Good Girls is about three mothers in the suburbs who realize that being good never got them anywhere. Two of the three are sisters – Annie (Mae Whitman, Parenthood), who comes up with the idea of robbing a grocery store, and her sister Beth who thinks robbing a store is a bad idea. Annie calls Beth “a Stepford mom without a pulse” as she puts a coaster under Annie’s drink and cuts chicken fingers into stars for her kids. The third thief is diner waitress Ruby (Retta, Parks and Recreation, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce).
Beth is portrayed by Christina Hendricks who’s best known for her role as Joan Harris on Mad Men from 2007 to 2015. (She’s been nominated for six Emmy Awards for the role). Hendricks has appeared on Hap and Leonard (Trudy), Another Period (Celine aka Chair), and Amazon’s Tin Star with Tim Roth, among others. Fun fact: She’s married to Madam Secretary actor Geoffrey Arend (speechwriter Matt Mahoney). Good Girls airs Mondays at 10pm on NBC, right after The Voice.
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