'G.C.B.'s' Miriam Shor: Kristin Chenoweth and I 'butt heads musically'


"G.C.B" is ABC's newest comedy, starring Kristin Chenoweth as Carlene Cockburn, the head of a group of good Christian women in a Dallas suburb who are none too happy to see their old high school nemesis Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb) back in town. But star Miriam Shor, who plays Cricket Caruth-Reilly, tells Zap2it that while Carlene and Cricket may be thick as thieves, they'll butt heads occasionally - even in church."I think that the world that these women have created for themselves is delicate. It's a house of cards. And it's incredibly important to them," says Shor. "Carlene and Cricket have both clawed and fought their way up to the top, so I think that's a bond that ties them together on some level. I also think that they need each other in that society. They need each other emotionally, though I don't know if you could get them to admit it. And I think...



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