Jessa Duggar-Seewald made light of the sexual abuse she and sister Jill Duggar-Dillard experienced at the hands of their older brother Josh Duggar in a sit-down interview with Megyn Kelly, set to air Friday night during “The Kelly File” at 9 p.m.
Dillard and Seewald were adamant that they were unaware of what their brother had done to them until her confessed to their parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, prompting their parents to speak to them about their brother’s behavior
In quotes from the interview shared with FOX411, Seewald explained: “…I can speak out and I can say this and set the record straight here. Like in Josh’s case, he was a boy, a young boy in puberty and a little too curious about girls. And that got him into some trouble. And he made some bad choices, but really the extent of it was mild, inappropriate touching, on fully clothed victims, most of it while girls were sleeping”
Dillard and Seewald were adamant that they were unaware of what their brother had done to them until her confessed to their parents, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, prompting their parents to speak to them about their brother’s behavior.
“It wasn’t like we were keeping a secret afraid or something. We didn’t know until Josh explained to my parents what his thought process was, what everything was…” Dillard said, repeating the point her parents made on their exclusive sit down with Kelly, which aired Wednesday
The girls say that Jim Bob they put safeguards in place in their home. Dillard said their parents added locks to the doors in their home and insist that they are being judged, especially since they are known for their strong Christian beliefs, but they are a family “with challenges and struggles just like anybody else.”
One Million Moms (aka 3 old biddies with a computer) are in a tizzy over the upcoming television series on FOX TV “Lucifer” a loose adaptation of the comic book character created by Neil Gaiman for the comic book series The Sandman and its spin off comic book series Lucifer written by Mike Carey, both published by DC Comics
FOX has plans in 2016 to air “Lucifer,” a new series which will glorify Satan as a caring, likable person in human flesh. The series will focus on Lucifer portrayed as a good guy, “who is bored and unhappy as the Lord of Hell.” He resigns his throne, abandons his kingdom and retires to Los Angeles, where he gets his kicks helping the LAPD punish criminals. At the same time, God’s emissary, the angel Amenadiel, has been sent to Los Angeles to convince Lucifer to return to the underworld. Previews of the pilot episode depict graphic acts of violence, a nightclub featuring scantily-clad women and a demon. TAKE ACTION: Sign the petition to FOX Network, urging them to drop plans to air “Lucifer.”
The rather hot and humpy Lucifer Morningstar also runs his own nightclub called Lux (The Hellfire Ckub was taken I guess) and is played by the Welsh actor Tom Ellis best known for playing Dr. Oliver Cousins in the BBC soap opera EastEnders
If killing off Ianto Jones wasn’t enough, via THR – The Live Feed comes news that will make every gay (and straight) Torchwood fan cringe in horror. It apperars that Fox and BBC Worldwide Productions are developing an American remake of the U.K. hit sci-fi series “TORCHWOOD”.
The suckage on this will be HUGE.
It appears that the FOX version will incorporate the original UK production team on it – namely series creator Russell Davies, his producing partner Julie Gardner, and BBC Worldwide’s US production V.P. Jane Tranter and Davies will pen the pilot which will contain a global-targeted story line as compared to the more localized Wales-set sensibility
Children of Earth ended with all dead aside from two of the regular cast and one recurring character. One regular looked to be essentially retiring and settling down to start a family, while a grieving Captain Jack headed off into space and was last seen cameoing in the recent “Doctor Who” finale special.
So far details are unsure but the incarnation of the series could either start over with new actors playing the same characters, or effectively continue in the show’s current continuity with John Barrowman reprising his Harkness character as a regular or recurring role. Either way the links to “Doctor Who” will be entirely excised.
And what about SEX? Is FOX going to able to deal with Capt. Jack’s sexuality, flirting and risque comments? Even the more toned-down Children of Earth mini-series still featured an affectionate gay couple – something that may not fly on the conservative Fox free-to-air network.