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At a Tower video event the other day, three of the show’s leads told me that the new season is bringing a few dollops of maturity to temper all the penetration (if not enough to be downright gross). ” Probably by Harrison; he next plays “a bad high school student” in a Showtime movie called Bang Bang, You’re Dead. “Yeah,” he said, “we might germinate a huge gay community. ” And look at what Brian can do—with his mouth alone.Randy Harrison said his character, the chicken-y Justin, will recuperate, go to art school, and renegotiate his relationship with Brian—as we all should. “He’s still slutty,” Gale Harold, who plays him, told me.It won’t add to alcoholism and domestic abuse, as one schmo said on Fox News. As you know, his Flatiron Entertainment now owns the legendary Limelight, which has been unexpectedly granted another gasp and even a liquor license, paving the way for some real-life animated action.It’s just an entertainment option, and one that will provide gay employment and programming that it’s really hard to argue with, even if it doesn’t answer the riddle of the Sphinx. Blair tells me that the club—once a church, then a debauch—will be redesigned by the xl people, who’ve checked out nightspots from Boston to Vegas for visual inspiration.Harold—who was nice enough to forgive a sliming I once gave him based on erroneous info in the Post—joked to me that there’ll be a Queer as Folk animated feature, “and I think you’re up for the voice of Emmett. It’s from the makers of Hasbro’s Spiderman that never got released.” Sorry, kid, I don’t do voice-overs—or relationships.Sidebar: What the fuck is everyone’s problem with the upcoming gay channel? While we’re on that channel, let’s talk about John Blair, who owns the state-of-the-art Chelsea bar xl and does those eternal Roxy Saturdays—the focal point of many a mass exodus from the South.
The most interesting of these features is a cast sit-down commentary, discussing the last episode that was aired."I guess I had a suspicion of it my entire life without knowing exactly what it was - knowing that there was something different about me, which I attributed to being an artist.At 11 or 12 I started sort of clarifying for myself. Coming out to them was sort of coming out to myself.Aside from the episodes themselves, its heavy with product tie-ins and "extras" for the obsessed fans who subscribe to the cable network.It is Showtimes biggest hit, so this package is padded with various behind the scenes "exclusives." The outtakes are fun, but really consist only of actors flubbing lines.