This job has changed my life in so many ways. I’ve never played a character that hit so close to the bone. It felt like an extension of myself taking place in the present. Trying to figure out what it means to be gay. Patrick and I are from the same generation of gay men so it has been so real for me. I had told Andrew of a break up I had where the other guy wanted to be in an open relationship – so he wrote that situation for Patrick and Kevin.”— Jonathan Groff in an upcoming photo biography book for the HBO series “Looking”
*gasp*! I wonder if he’s talking about a certain now-vulcan ex???? I’ve heard some shady tea about him.
will be the other guy was Quinto?
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Am I the only person who watched this programme and loved it? I can see that it doesn’t represent a wider population, but the characters were engaging, well developed and brilliantly acted. It is a detriment to gay television that it was not on longer and allowed to grow. Not since I watched the UK version of Queer as Folk have I been so engaged in believable gay characters, which can only happen through good acting. Well done Queerty for seeing that this was groundbreaking television and reporting on it, some people thank you
I have some sadness about the show. The show was disappointing, but the final movie showed me what the show could have been like if there was somebody else in the room with the writer/director offering a second set of eyes.
I agree that the movie was the best of the project, but Tovey and Groff kept running their ignorant, biased mouths so often even that was ruined. I never heard Patrick say the tone deaf things about SF that Groff did. Maybe he should let the writers do all his public commenting.
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