What do you think about this sitcom, a white girl whose biological parents are black?
In evolution, first there is black, then there is a mutation and some blacks gave birth to white. Then after the ice age, white with pale yellowish skin tone and redish skin tone, in Asia and America get darker and dominate Asia and America and become the Asian yellow race and native American red man. Till date, there are still many black people that give birth to white babies. So, here is an idea for a sitcom, a white American girl, with one older brother and one younger sister. Plot twist, her biological parents are blacks and so are her brother and sister.
I think its a great idea defiantly a kicker. Personally a lot of people probably would think she was switched at birth. But it is very interesting and i don't see why it wouldn't work out. Good Luck.
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