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He was creepy as hell threatening Adam's father Adam Harrington and even creepier when he was putting on the nice guy act for Cassie.
THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. Showtime's hit series "Queer as Folk" steams up the screen. BRAUN: He said that, you know, he would be grousing with various friends at various times bemoaning the circumstance that he had living with Bonny and what she doing and the kind of person she was. BRAUN: By the fact that Deli (ph) went into court yesterday to try to get temporary guardianship of Rose and the judge turned her down. She plays Debby (ph) Novotny, the mother of Michael. In New York is Gale Harold, who plays Brian Kinney (ph), a successful ad executive unapologetic about his feelings. And I called Showtime and asked if the part had been cast. And I said, well, I'd really like to have that part. And, actually, there's been very little trouble around this show.
They were totally and completely done this past April.
Stop repeating the Gale is straight crap unless you're able to provide some arguments to back if up. Then as their chemistry was to the point of combustion and Gale's interview answers were always 'interesting' like when he said kissing a man is more instinctual and kissing a woman is more playful. Next was a Meet and Greet with Gale and then a Special Panel which consisted of two games. KING: And Randy is the only other actual gay person in the show. RANDY HARRISON, ACTOR: I took the part because I got it. So, you know, I was actually excited to do it and ready to do it. SHARON GLESS, ACTRESS: Well, a friend of mind sneaked me the script. I'd never read anything like that on television and I wanted to be there. KING: Did you have any doubts about displaying the character this way? I mean, I felt the sexuality especially in Justin's case was a really important part of his development as a character. HAROLD: It was new and different, but it wasn't -- I wouldn't say tough. SPARKS: I took the part knowing full well what would be asked of us. KING: I want to get everybody's thoughts and I wanted to establish everybody. Later, we'll be meeting its executive producers and one of its critics. (COMMERCIAL BREAK) (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP, "QUEER AS FOLK") SPARKS: I'm taking you home. And the more I thought about it and considered what the impact was going to be, I think socially, it just was a challenge I couldn't really pass up, to at least pursue, you know. KING: Was it tough, Gale, and also we'll ask Hal the same thing, was it tough to play scenes out of natural concept for you, that is, having to make love to a man? So a lot of things I've done in my life are very hard to do, but they're important to do. The show is a hit on Showtime, a major hit, in fact.