Now that Ryan Murphy's controversial new NBC series "The New Normal" has made its debut, audiences have learned how hilariously horrible Ellen Barkin's character Nana is. In HuffPost TV's exclusive first look at Episode 2, she's spewing even more absurdly offensive comments.
In the sneak peek below, it looks like Goldie (Georgia King) and Shania (Bebe Wood) have found a new home in LA and Nana isn't exactly pleased with the abode or its location. "The entire state should be wrapped in a condom," she says, as little Shania runs around, waving American flags in a "Grey Gardens"-looking ensemble.
Watch the sneak peek below, check out what King, Wood and more of "The New Normal" cast had to say about the series and read the description of the episode, "Sofa's Choice" below:
MUST WE GO BACK TO GREY GARDENS? - Shania (Bebe Wood) is working to adapt to her new surroundings and, much to the delight of Bryan (Andrew Rannells), begins impersonating Little Edie from 'Grey Gardens.' Later, David (Justin Bartha) and Bryan reminisce about the first time they met and decide to have a night on the town like they did when they were younger. Elsewhere, Jane (Ellen Barkin) finds something disturbing in the boys' room and enlists Goldie's (Georgia King) ex-husband Clay (Jayson Blair) to try and woo her granddaughter back to Ohio. Elsewhere, Rocky (NeNe Leakes) mistakenly suspects Shania of misbehaving.
Tune in to see if Goldie's pregnant and if Nana will ever come around when "The New Normal" airs in its regular timeslot on Tuesday, September 11 at 9:30 p.m. ET.
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