Im going to cut to the chase and say that this was one of my very least favorite episodes since the series began but that ending was one of the best ever Hows that for running the gamut Lets start with that ending Ding-dong the witch is dead Just when I thought I was happy to see Gina back because I thought she changed her wicked ways here she was being more sadly pathetic than ever So pathetic that I grimaced every time she was on screen after that scene when she paid the Gina-look-alike Ali Raymer to have sex with Christian while she watchedand then begged Christian to Kiss me Then when she morphed further into Alex Forrest and lied by manipulating Julia into thinking Christian could be HIV positive because she was having sex with him I cringed even more I wanted the bee-yotch to get punished for her craziness I was so glad to see Christian hand her the restraining order towards the very end How many of you were thinking or perhaps screaming No way He is
Two weeks ago on Showtime's Queer as Folk, Ben and Michael were married in Canada. However, Ben's portrayer, Robert Gant, says he's flying solo off screen, despite lingering chatter that he and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's Kyan Douglas are coupled up. "That's a real compliment that I get, that we're boyfriends," the 36-year-old actor tells TV Guide Online. "Kyan and I are just good friends."
For a while, the twosome were more than pals, though. "We've gone out on some dates," he recalls. "We met on the set of the Vanity Fair shoot for their [December 2003] cover story on gay TV. They actually stuck us together in that photo!"
Ah! So it was destiny. "It was destiny that we be friends," Gant corrects us, chuckling. "Kyan's a great guy. His current boyfriend [civil-rights activist] Greg Durham is a great guy, too."
Meanwhile, QAF's hunkiest leading man says he's "very open" to finding
Matrimonial madness hits Pittsburgh's gay scene on Sunday's Queer as Folk (10 pm/ET on Showtime). Spoiler alert: If you don't want a pre-nuptial preview, read no further. For fans who can't wait to learn how QAF will finally weigh in on the gay-marriage controversy, the scoop is served up here!
Here's the sitch: The gang boards a bus bound for Canada, where they'll kick off the AIDS charity bike ride. Just before departure, Sharon Gless's Debbie receives a surprise proposal from her policeman beau. That inspires Prof. Ben Bruckner (Robert Gant) to pop the question to Deb's stunned son, Michael (Hal Sparks). If you think about it, this makes perfect sense. "Despite their ups and downs," Gant tells TV Guide Online, "Ben and Michael's relationship is the most stable one on the show."
After four seasons of booty-shakin' at Club Babylon, it's about time some of QAF's dudes made honest men of one another. "I'm very happy