Aaaand that's why I loved her.
- Apr 17 2013, 10:53 AM
The thing I loved about Deborah Adair's Kate was that she had such a rootability & she was written as the heroine of her stories. Yes, she could be a bitch, but that bitchiness was born of a toughness caused by past mistakes, tragedy, and loss she was forced to overcome to become both a professional and personal success. Koslow's Kate has always played (at least for me) more as an aging sex kitten and OTT diva bitch. Adair's Kate often played as the normal, relatable person in a world of crazy while Koslow's Kate could often be just as crazy and OTT as the world she was in.