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(2012 TV Movie)

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  • It's the hottest spot in the city. But wait! It isn't a club, it's a laundry mat and cyber café where the singles go to see, be seen and O.D. on caffeine. The singles come to wash their dirty laundry and air it out. The Melting pot is the cyber café connected to the Dirty Laundry where much of the drama takes place. Silk is the over the top, gay, flamboyant manager who quarter backs the crazy cast of singles. Silk has the uncanny knack of refereeing the drama and simultaneously promoting it. A melting pot of race, sex and cultures provides this show with extreme opposites. Soap in the City can take this to new heights by being the first show to truly profile modern American society and its multi cultural co existence without looking forced and yet push the envelope of socio political stereotypical correctness.


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  • It's the hottest spot in the city. But wait! It isn't a club, it's a laundry mat and cyber café where the singles go to see, be seen and O.D. on caffeine. The singles come to wash their dirty laundry and air it out. During laundry time, they're fronting, flirting and every thing in between. The Melting pot is the cyber café connected to the Dirty Laundry where much of the drama takes place. Silk is the over the top, gay, flamboyant manager who quarter backs the crazy cast of singles. Silk has the uncanny knack of refereeing the drama and simultaneously promoting it. Ask Silk to keep a secret! HAHA...this is Dirty Laundry. A melting pot of race, sex and cultures provides this show with extreme opposites. But opposites attract. This is the new America.. multi cultural, ethnic and secular.. wanting recognition. Soap in the City can take this to new heights by being the first show to truly profile modern American society and its multi cultural co existence without looking forced and yet push the envelope of socio political stereotypical correctness. Calvin Klein, Abercrombe and Fitch.. kiss my gritscause sex symbols are like crayons. they come in 64 colors!

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