The series star and executive producer said, “It won’t be shopped to another network. Everybody on the whole team was just super to work with.And it’s very sad that it’s over because it was a very positive show to watch, that the whole family could watch together.” “But we did a wonderful six years, had a great run and we’re very thankful for that. It was just a huge family and I’m going to miss ’em.
Now: Mc Entire is still hugely successful: In 2011, she was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
A year later, she became one of two top-selling female country music singers of all-time — an honor she shares with fellow country great, Shania Twain.
When Reba discovers that Sadie "plays for the other team" and thinks Reba does too, Reba excuses herself, finds Van in the kitchen, and demands to know why he told Sadie she was gay. My mother-in-law is super gay."Van pleads with his mother-in-law to go along with the lie for a little longer, so that he can secure Sadie as his agent.
Van’s response is comical: I didn’t mean to, it’s just Sadie and I were talking about our favorite cities, and I said I really liked Lubbock, and she mentioned San Francisco. Reba reluctantly agrees, and Barbra Jean warns Reba not to go to Massachusetts on their date, "because they’re making them get married there." But later that night, when she’s getting ready for the date, Reba tells Cheyenne and Van that she doesn’t think she can go through with it because "Sadie’s a really nice person and I don’t like lying to her."When Sadie arrives to pick her up for their date, Reba finally confesses that she’s "a little less gay than Van said I was." In fact, she tells Sadie, "I have no powers of gayness whatsoever." Sadie is bummed but blames herself more, saying "this happens to me all the time" because "I got no gaydar," and asking plaintively, "How am I supposed to meet women?
She had a recurring role on Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000) portraying the character of Vicki Appleby the popular freshman cheerleader who spent seven minutes in heaven with the ultimate geek, Bill Haverchuck (Martin Starr).
but later quit school to pursue acting full-time, moving to Los Angeles, California.
On the show, Mc Entire played the sharp, strong, and sarcastic Reba Hart, a divorced mother of three trying to make a great life for her family while simultaneously dealing with her ex-husband, Brock, and his annoying mistress-turned-wife, Barbara Jean.
Mc Entire’s performance earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
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Then: In 2001, fresh from her critically-acclaimed run on Broadway as Annie Oakley in ‘Annie Get Your Gun,’ country music’s most famous redhead, Reba Mc Entire, made her sitcom debut.
She has also gained popularity with her acting roles in Privileged (2008–09), Better with You (2010–11), Animal Practice (2012), Once Upon a Time (2013–present) and The Astronaut Wives Club (2015).