Cheryl D'Alessandro (Robia LaMorte) is the main villainess from the 2019 film, Unplanned.
Cheryl D'Alessandro is introduced as the director of Planned Parenthood, and she was shown welcoming the newly hired Abby Johnson to the clinic. Upon seeing a group of anti-abortion protesters outside the fence, Cheryl gave the order to turn the sprinklers on them to run them off, after which she continued her warm demeanor towards Abby. As the film progressed, Abby went from being a volunteer to acting as a counselor, and regarding Cheryl, she brought Abby to the Products of Conception (POC) room, where she expressed pride in Abby's work and revealed her plans to promote her to director of her local chapter of Planned Parenthood.
Abby became pregnant later on, leading to Cheryl asking Abby if she wanted to abort the baby, to which Abby (who has two previous abortions) refused. After a client, Christina, has difficulty during an abortion, Abby opted to call an ambulance, only for Cheryl to stop her due to the attention that an ambulance's appearance would bring, even putting Christina's life at risk (she was unharmed).
Cheryl's heel turn during a company conference Cheryl promoted Abby to director, and later in the film, she held a company conference where she presented Abby with the "Employee of the Year" award. She also announced plans to open a large clinic in Houston, but to Abby's astonishment, Cheryl also revealed her plan to unleash a directive to increase abortions, which counteracted against the pitch that they were planning to decrease abortions (which convinced Abby to join Planned Parenthood). Cheryl turned heel against Abby in response to Abby's questioning of her plan; doing so by berating Abby for undermining her authority (in her mind) and defending her decisions by stating that more abortions bring in more money. In addition, Cheryl claimed that she did everything for Abby and that her actions were a proverbial slap to her face.
Later in the film, Cheryl directly reprimanded Abby for "challenging" her, adding that Abby should follow her instructions without question. After seeing the abortion process up close, Abby decides to leave Planned Parenthood and join 40 Days to Life, an anti-abortion group led by Shawn and his wife, Marlisa, who Abby had been conversing with (despite their opposing views at the time) throughout the film. After Abby appears outside the fence and talks to a client, the evil Cheryl appeared and lambasted Abby; referring to her as a traitor for quitting. The villainess later sued Abby under the claim that she leaked private information--after Abby found her own private files and saw her ultrasound, but the film's climax revealed that Planned Parenthood lost the case, with Cheryl snarling that their battle wasn't over.
In her role, Robia LaMorte was credited under her married name, Robia Scott.
Both File:Drawprinc1.jpg and File:Learn2DrawPr2.jpg looked so similar it took a while to figure out the title difference (How v Learn) and the subtle difference of the sketches. Nice find for both of them in 2014!
Hi. A while back, you added this and several other photos from the opening to From All of us to All of You. I was wondering where these photos come from. Do you have a video of the full intro in this quality? Or do you only have the photos you've already uploaded?
I collect From All of Us to All of You episodes. The quality of the version I have of this intro is, frankly, horrible. And I'd be thrilled if it exists in a quality like these images.
Hi. Thank you for the quick reply. However, that video is actually created by me :) and as you can see, your photos are much, much sharper than my video, and they show a lot more of the background than my video do.
You know. I think I found the source. Disney made a series of tweets in 2010 about From All of Us to All of You, and they had a picture with each tweet. The pictures are gone now, but the URLs are very similiar to the filenames:
Just to clarfiy, the point of the follow-up was mostly to avoid this situation:
Also, the reason I asked for the source in the first place, was to see if there's any hope a HQ version of the episode exists outside of Disney's vaults. Unfortunately, it's now obvious that these images are a dead end. They can not be taken as "proof" that such a video exists.
Anyway - thank you for downloading and preserving these images. As I said, they're gone from Twitter, and if you hadn't downloaded them, I would not have seen them today.
I wouldn't go right ahead assuming it's part of the Disney Peter Pan franchise yet. I also for now advise against linking this film with any of the articles related to that franchise.
Already I suspect this film is not part of the Disney Peter Pan franchise. If you have observed your findings you'll notice that the picture with the girl is wearing modern clothes and holding a flashlight instead of showing a Victorian era like in the franchise. This is clearly a stand alone film which has nothing to do with Disney's Peter Pan.
Right here: http://ignatz.brinkster.net/cimages/cbreathedsketch.jpg. According to Comic Strips / Take That - TV Tropes, there is a Take That related to Calvin and Hobbes, although not in the strip itself. For strips in Bloom County that parodied cartoon cats that featured characters such as Garfield and Hobbes, Bill Watterson retaliated hilariously with this comic. In response Berke Breathed said this:
"I have committed other thefts with a clean and unfettered conscience. Garfield was too calculated and too successful not to freely raid for illicit character cameos. Calvin and Hobbes was too good not to. Calvin creator Bill Watterson took these thefts in stride and retaliated in private with devastatingly effective illustrated salvos, hitting me in my most vulnerable places. Bill's sketch is an editorial comment on my addiction to the expensive sport of power boating and the moral compromises needed to fund it. That's me doing the kicking. The chap on the dock represents my cartoon syndicate boss, which says it all, methinks."
I while back I consulted with User:SilverFlight and User:Hey1234 about terminating the infobox sections "friends" and "enemy". I do not recall their opinions at that time, but Hey1234 has just recently got back to the subject and is up for it.
Here are the reasons why we should consider terminating "friends" and "enemies". It's becoming difficult to maintain with characters flip-flopping alliances, users adding characters as "friends" even though they've barely interacted, and not knowing where certain characters stand with each other in present day even though they were friends in the past (like King Louie and Kaa).
"Relatives", "Pets", and "Minions" are worth keeping because those are concrete. It would also be a good idea to have a "love interest" section so we can keep non-married love interests in the infoboxes.
Honestly, I feel like that could make sense as if it could be confusing for characters to be pals and enemies at the same time. I mean, it does feel like that mostly other users doesn't know the continuity of certain characters who switch sides from bad to good and vice versa. On the other hand, it could be not the most brightest idea on this wiki and would be even more confusing to delete the "friends" and "enemies" from infoboxes and might go a little too far as it would make users uncertain about who's their friends and enemies.