Can Badass Berrigan be quite so badass when she’s worrying about a baby? What do you think about this storyline and the choice to write the baby into the show?
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More recently, she starred in David Arquette’s "The Tripper," the comedy feature "L. Blues" and the sequel to "Into the Blue." Thomason resides between London and Los Angeles.
began with Peter in jail, wrongly accused of killing a Senator. Jones tells Peter that Diana wants to have a baby and is set to do it all on her own.
Diana is on leave from her job for the time being, and does not appear in the third episode of the season.
This storyline could not have come more out of the blue.
Peter awkwardly asks her about the baby’s father and she says “It’s not Neal’s.” Peter looks stricken until she laughs.
She tells him she went to a clinic and that the baby’s father is a “world class chef with one hell of an IQ.” Peter tells her that the baby’s mother is the best Special Agent he’s ever worked with.
But, because she’s Diana, she’s also the most capable person in the room and isn’t going to hand over her work to someone else just to have them mess it up.
Peter is worried about Diana and wants to send her home to rest.
What began as a hobby, soon evolved into a successful procession of British television series including the BBC’s "Burn It," "Brazen Hussies" with Julie Walters, "Pie in the Sky" and "Playing the Field" in which she starred as Shazza in the drama about a female soccer team. audiences as the heroic handmaiden opposite Martin Lawrence in Twentieth Century Fox’s "Black Knight" in which she was able to exercise her native British and honed American accent.
Thomason also starred in ITV’s popular series "Where the Heart Is," as well as the network’s "Prime Suspect 5" alongside Helen Mirren. With a steady string of credits, it is not surprising then that she received a 2002 "Best Female Performance" Award by Black Filmmakers Magazine.
After Diana broke up with Christie we didn’t see much of her on screen and there wasn’t a lot of talk about her being interested in having a family.