1600 Penn

1600 Penn

Overview

The Gilchrists struggle with everyday problems — with one big difference, their head of household is also the leader of the free world. Between entertaining foreign dignitaries, holding secret Cabinet meetings and dealing with emergencies, the president’s family must also face everyday issues like a grown son moving in and becoming one of the administration’s biggest liabilities. Teenagers who are too smart for their own good and a stepmother who struggles to connect with the children add to the mix. Despite their extraordinary setting, the Gilchrists prove that, at the end of the day, people are just people.

Queer Plotline Timeline

Marigold comes out in the pilot episode, and later on talks to her brother about being gay, as if it ain’t no thang.

Characters

There is 1 queer character listed for this show; none are dead.

Regular (1)

Marigold Gilchrist

user Amara Miller
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