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Which 2 of These 7 New Blonde Network Drama Actresses Are the Most Interchangeable?

By Dustin Rowles | Seriously Random Lists | September 18, 2012 | Comments ()


Before I read the piece, however, I assumed that Rosenberg would addressing the sudden influx of bland, interchangeable blonds on network television. I've watched a few of these shows, and seen previews for others, and I'm having a hell of a time telling the cookie cutout blondes apart. It's not just that they mostly lack for personality; there's no actual personality to their faces. They're just kind of these blank, Scandinavian slates. (Conversely, the new blonde faces on network sitcoms are far more distinctive and interesting: Lucy Punch, Georgia King, Dakota Johnson, Dreama Walker, and Erinn Hayes).

Don't believe me? Check out seven of network drama's new and newer faces? How many could you interchange without ever knowing?

Jordana Spiro, "Mob Doctor"

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Emily VanCamp, "Revenge"

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Rachael Taylor, "666 Park Avenue"

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Jennifer Morisson, "Once Upon a Time"

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Tracy Spiridakos, "Revolution"

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Katie Cassidy, "Arrow"

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Stephanie March, "Made in Jersey"

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