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Like the sting
of a fresh tattoo
feel these wounds
in the body,
on the body.
a scar made
If only I
|[a little bit of Ashton Kutcher, a little bit of Nathan Fillion, a lot of sexy]|
|[Justin "Sunshine" Taylor and Brian Kinney]|
"I've had you. What happened last night, it was for fun. You wanted me, and I wanted you. That's all it was... Look, I. don't. believe. in. love. I believe in f---ing. It's honest, it's efficient. You get in and out with the maximum of pleasure and minimum of bullsh-t. Love is something that straight people tell themselves they're in, so they can get laid. And then they end up hurting each other, because it was all based on lies to begin with. If that's what you want, then go find yourself a pretty little girl... and get married."And yet, despite his best efforts, Brian's life becomes increasingly intertwined with Justin's, often through tragedy. Theirs is an on-and-off again, unconventional, and yet profound romance. And oh what a romance it is...
|[L to R, Emmet (Peter Paige), Ted (Scott Lowell), Brian (Gale Harold), Ben (Robert Gant), Lindsay (Thea Gill), Michael (Hal Sparks)|
Justin (Randy Harrison) and Mel (Michelle Clunie)]
My mother is a frigid b-tch, my father was an abusive drunk; they had a hateful marriage, which is probably why I am unwilling, or unable, to form a long-term committed relationship of my own. The fact that I drink like a fish, abuse drugs and have more or less redefined promiscuity doesn't help... much.If nothing else, this show as a character study of what can happen when a broken person is loved.
|[Season 4 promo]|