It's been brought to my attention how challenge has changed in the last couple decades. Diversity is thriving, and its as though nearly every television show is making an effort to include many walks of life in their program. After watching the latest episode of Grey's Anatomy with my roommate, we discussed the some of the topics that were brought up in lecture as well as in our reading for this week. This show has a multitude of characters (doctors) with different life stories, sexual orientations, and ethnicities. Every week the audience is introduced to characters at the hospital who also are very different in terms of sexual identity, race, religion, etc. I think its imperative that television shows continue to include a range of characters who vary in skin color, background, culture and elaborate on these differences. There is no way every race or religion can be shown on tv shows, but making an effort to include a variety makes the show somewhat realistic.