||Retta, Izzy Stannard, Mae Whitman, Matthew Lillard, Manny Montana, Christina Hendricks, Lidya Jewett, Reno Wilson
The series follows three suburban women who are having a hard time trying to make ends meet. They decide to pull off an unlikely heist by robbing a supermarket, only to discover that they're in for more than they bargained. Their successful robbery attracts the attention of the store manager after he recognizes one of the women, but for a different reason altogether tied to the money. Originally, Kathleen Rose Perkins was cast for the role of Beth in the pilot. Later it was confirmed, she had left the project and the role would be recast. Christina Hendricks was revealed as her replacement on July 10, 2017. "Good childhood" obeys all the laws of political correctness of feminism in America. The varied cast includes Robbie (Rata, the "black and fat"), Beth (Christina Hendrix, Mad Men), Vanilla All-American and Annie (May Whitman, The Freak who refuses to grow up and works as a cashier in the supermarket. Although the varied cast is no longer a groundbreaking line in the current TV era, but it continues to be essential. The heroines of "Good Girls" still suffer from the same old sexist forces, and in Ruby's case the racist barrier was added. She works as a waitress in a diner, and like many women in her position - uneducated mothers who have not had many opportunities in life - she is often forced to choose between honor and livelihood: in one episode she serves a table of three spoiled white boys. Although she needs every dollar, she chooses to teach him a lesson. In most cases, however, coping is more complicated than those who think they deserve everything.