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Jonathan Groff, Russell Tovey, Raúl Castillo Try Kevin Keller’s Patience In New Comic

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It looks as if obsession with the love triangle on HBO’s Looking isn’t confined to living, breathing humans, it’s spilled over into fictional Riverdale with gay teen comic character Kevin Keller wondering why Patrick (Jonathan Groff) can’t make up his mind between Kevin (Russell Tovey) and Ritchie (Raúl Castillo).

How can anyone blame Groff’s character for being indecisive when he’s torn between such sexy specimens as Castillo and Tovey? There hasn’t been a decision this challenging since Sophie’s Choice. Becoming a throuple seems the only logical option.

Credit: Dan Parent

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8 Comments

  • hotboyvb81

    since the show is called LOOKING- he’ll never find anyone to settle down with- he’ll just keep LOOKING.

  • PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID

    Oh dear. That’s an unfortunate looking milkshake. Santorum with a straw.

  • hotboyvb81

    it does look like a Frothy mix, doesn’t it…..

  • RayJacksonMs

    Speaking of looking, Scott Bakula is going to be heading up NCIS New Orleans. So, does that mean he’s leaving the show or is he going to do both?

  • hyhybt

    @RayJacksonMs: Oh, is that going to be a real thing, then?

  • hotshot70

    so is this the new triangle of Archie comics? Instead of Archie/Veronica/Betty?

  • RayJacksonMs

    @hyhybt: Yes apparently so. You can google and find out about it. There are putting out more CSI shows because network writers are clues idiots with no ideas.

  • hyhybt

    @RayJacksonMs: It’s not cluelessness. It’s a deliberate strategy. CBS runs a lot of that type of show because people WATCH them, and because when not enough do watch one, it can be swapped with another without losing existing viewers. Besides, NCIS is one of the better shows of its type; something along the same lines, set up like in the pilotish episodes a few weeks ago, could be pretty good. It also makes sense to go ahead and establish another spinoff *now* if they’re at all likely to call it quits on one or both of the other versions after another year or two, which is fairly likely given the Virginia one’s age. After all, if I remember right, that’s how the transition to NCIS from JAG went.

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