Ellen the Spokesperson: Ellen came out on the cover of Time magazine, proclaiming, “Yep, I’m gay.” This historic event caused both praise and scorn and cast Ellen into a limelight she never wanted.
“I never wanted to be a spokesperson for the gay community,” she said in Time.
A couple walks out of the theater in disgust at the film, and a group of kids laugh when they see Edith and Abby holding hands.
Later, at the home they have shared for 30 years, Abby falls from a ladder.
If These Walls Could Talk Two: Ellen starred in another short-lived sitcom, The Ellen Show, in which she again played a lesbian. But in 2000, Ellen starred and produced the hit HBO special, If These Walls Could Talk Two where she shares a loving and sexy scene with Sharon Stone.
At the hospital, the doctors tell Edith that Abby may have suffered a stroke.
Edith asks to see Abby but is not permitted as she is not a family member.
During an appearance on Good Morning America last month, Portia joked that that when she got the call about her casting in the hit ABC show, she thought her agent was instead referring to reports about her supposed marital problems with Ellen.
If These Walls Could Talk 2 is a 2000 television movie in the United States, broadcast on HBO.