Grey's Anatomy was the big winner at the 38th Annual NAACP Image Awards, taking home a quartet of statues, including lead actor in a drama series for Isaiah Washington. The lightning-rod serial also came out on top in the best-drama, supporting-actress (Chandra Wilson) and writing (Shondra Rhimes' "It's the End of the World" episode) contests.ABC's Ugly Betty followed with three wins of its own, in the comedy-series, supporting-actress/comedy (Vanessa Williams) and writing/comedy categories.Among TV's other winners were Close to Home's Kimberly Elise (lead actress/drama), Everybody Hates Chris' Tyler James Williams and Girlfriends' Tracee Eliis Ross (in the lead-acting/comedy slots), House's Omar Epps (supporting actor/drama), and Girlfriends' Reggie Hayes (supporting actor/comedy). For the full list of winners, go here.
Poor William Dent. For the last six years, Girlfriends' main man has been chronically unlucky in love. First, his cop fiancée Yvonne left him at the altar. Then his gold-digging girlfriend Monica ditched him in Italy. And finally, nurse's aide Donna dumped him because she thought he was in love with his best friend, Joan. (She was right, though the Joan thing didn't work out.)
But that's all water under love's bridge. On Feb. 19, the sole male player on Team Girlfriends celebrates his overdue wedding to Monica, the ex his friends can't stand. "It's about time," jokes Reggie Hayes, who plays the lovestruck lawyer. "A guy like William would want to get married. Probably to someone just like Monica."
William and "Mon-Mon" (as Joan calls her) are a perfectly matched odd pair. He's a corny mama's boy who joins Joan in way-over-t