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23-Jan-2018 07:02 by 6 Comments

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” in honor of the titular character that Dunn wrote for nearly two decades ago. Being the boss means Dunn has to be the one who fights for her characters and her staff.With 10 writers — an equal split of male and female with experience ranging from one who’s never worked in TV to others who’ve been doing it for 20 years — she feels the pressure not just to make the show funny but successful as well. “All I care about is women.”Specifically, she's focused on women who don’t often see themselves on TV, which includes Dunn.

Briefly, a woman talks about disliking rich African-American people and gay couples with kids.

"I swear I’ve done that 30 times, at every network. It felt awesome.”Now she wants other women to feel just as awesome — that Spanx-free kind of awesome that lets them know they’re not invisible, that someone on TV really gets them.

A recent scene, in which Katie walks past a sidewalk cafe only to knock someone’s coffee cup right off the table with her hips, gave Dunn a taste of the sort of impact her show might have.“There was a woman who was working on set, and I overheard her say, ‘This scene is the story of my life,’” Dunn says.

But Dunn isn't looking for Katie to be a stereotypical housewife.

The kind who's thought to be spending her days eating Bon-Bons or flipping tables; instead she's having a second breakfast with her best friends to vent about motherhood and womanhood.

Sometimes she's complaining about the local moms with their green drinks and Fitbits who constantly tell her she’s “so real.” But more often than not, she’s going on about her Alex P.

Keaton-like teenage son and green juice-drinking teenage daughter, who Katie says she’s trying to “help fit in less.” Katie is also trying to help her youngest, Anna-Kat, who has a bit of obsessive-compulsive disorder, “fit in more.” No surprise, Anna-Kat is her favorite child, even if it is surprising to hear a mom actually admit that out loud.

After Sarah Dunn had kids, she started to feel ignored.

“I’m not just talking about men,” Dunn tells Refinery29 over the phone.

“Everybody wants to soften a character, especially a woman,” Dunn says.

“That’s the battle I’m fighting but so far, I’m doing okay with it.” She admits, “I yell at people a fair amount." But when she’s not yelling, she’s asking, “What Would Murphy Brown Do? “No, she wouldn’t.” Neither will Katie Otto, or, for that matter, Sarah Dunn.

Incidentally, the scene was actually the story of Dunn's life, inspired by her own struggle to get down those tiny aisles of a plane without knocking someone with her hips.