Do you have to yourself with such a headline to learn the rest of the story? Ugh, fine: Variety brings us the joyful news of the most blessed television unions, courtesy of HBO. Laura Dern and Issa Rae will star in a new miniseries titled The Dolls examining the Christmas Eve rebellions that took place in 1983 in a pair of small towns in Arkansas. The kicker? It was all because of Cabbage Patch Dolls.
Some of you did not even have a wink in your mother's eyeball in 1983, so you will not know about the dreaded Cabbage Patch riots, but the people in those parts remember her well. If you thought the 1996 Battle of Tickle Me Elmo was something, then you do not know the true meaning of terror. Fortunately, HBO will pin down the story with a story that is "class, race, privilege, and what it takes to be a 'good mother." "It's like Big Little Lies but with Cabbage Patch Dolls.
Rae and Dern (a law firm awaiting an event) will also produce exporting products The Dolls which are supposed to be a limited edition – at least until it proves to be very popular and HBO is forced to make one To develop succession. on the shady Teddy Ruxpin black market, which was created in 1987. In addition to The Dolls Rae and Dern both return to HBO with new seasons of their respective hit shows: Raes Insecure was recently picked up for a fourth season, while Dern (and her fictitious mega-daughter Amabella ) can be seen in the upcoming second season of Big Little Lies .