Especially if it means moving to Louisiana, bad outfits, awkward sex and filling the shoes of Delta Burke.
On Wednesday, Rhea bursts out of her double-wide as one of the faded belles in "Sordid Lives: The Series," the TV version (airing at 10 p.m. Known for her tenure as the explosively supernatural Aunt Hilda on "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," the Canadian-born comic, 44, joins a star-filled cast in the Texas-set series.
If you work in Texas, federal and state employment laws protect your workplace rights.
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“It’s something I’ve actually found has been very helpful and useful, having this ability,” says Henry, who’s single.
“I’m probably one of the few people who can figure out whether there’s a second date before the first one even starts.” While he may not have a significant other to rely on, Henry has plenty of devoted support, both from a celebrity following and a devoted fan base that propelled “Hollywood Medium” to E!
“I figured either way I could help people,” he says.Just ask 20-year-old “Hollywood Medium” star Tyler Henry, whose E!reality show — which kicks off its second season Wednesday night — connects celebrities with departed loved ones.To learn more about the federal laws that ban employment discrimination, see the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Laws Enforced by the EEOC.Texas law also bans discrimination based on these traits.