American actress, Alyssa Milano, gives back her Tesla as she bought new Volkswagen car.
Entertainment Weekly was responsible for the last Who’s the Boss? reunion in 2016, which included Judith Light (Angela Bower) and Katherine Helmond (Mona, Angela’s mother). (Helmond died in 2019 at the age of 89 due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease.)
The beloved ABC comedy ran from 1984-1992 for eight seasons. Danza starred as Tony Micelli, a widower and former major league baseball player who moves his daughter, Samantha, from Brooklyn, N.Y., to Connecticut, where he takes a job as a live-in housekeeper for Angela and helps to look after her son Jonathan (Pintauro).
As Milano’s post hinted, a Who’s the Boss? sequel is in the works at Amazon Freevee, in which Milano and Danza are set to reprise their roles as Samantha and Tony. Set in the original home featured in the hit ’80s sitcom, the series will take place 30 years from where it left off, focusing on a retired Tony and his relationship with Samantha, who is now a single mom. As of June, Pintauro and Light weren’t involved in the project and have no plans to return to their roles.
Actress Alyssa Milano was blasted on Twitter, including by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, after saying that she “gave back” her Tesla and replaced it with a Volkswagen.
“I gave back my Tesla,” Milano, a prominent supporter of Democrats on Twitter, posted Saturday. “I bought the VW ev. I love it. I’m not sure how advertisers can buy space on Twitter. Publicly traded company’s products being pushed in alignment with hate and white supremacy doesn’t seem to be a winning business model.”
Twitter users, many of them conservative, criticized Milano over the tweet with many pointing out Volkswagen’s ties to the Nazi Party during the early days of its inception.
“Volkswagen was literally founded by the Nazi’s and Hitler,” conservative political commentators The Hodge Twins posted which earned a crying laughing emoji and a “100” emoji from Tesla CEO Elon Musk who recently purchased Twitter.
Alyssa Milano blasted by conservatives, Elon Musk after trading in Tesla for Volkswagen: ‘Founded by Nazis’.
It seems like that Who’s the Boss? revival series really might be just around the bend.
On Friday, Alyssa Milano shared a few photos from her night out at Tony Danza’s cabaret show in Los Angeles, which she attended with former Who’s the Boss? costars Danny Pintauro and Rhoda Gemignani. (Gemignani played Danza’s mom on the sitcom.)
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