Even in a portrayal of the buttoned-up, conservative Hampton crowd, enchanted gay folks on "Revenge" aren’t pariahs simply for being gay. They’re pariahs because to date, both these guys are jerks and thankfully, neither is a victim.
“30 Years From Here” is beautiful. It is clear, and it is articulate. It’s a wonderfully written and directed, but in the end it’s a piece about hope. This is a work about healing. This is a piece about life.
“We sort of exist in this weird ether. I suppose if there was a school dance where all the TV shows showed up, ‘The Mortified Sessions’ would be sitting in the bleachers, trying to fit in or just be happy sitting in the back.”
We’re told Texas glamor is no oxymoron and the men of “The A-List: Dallas” will be the first to agree that Dallas is the center of the known universe. “It always has been,” laughs Levi, one of the cast members who is possibly headed for a romance with cast mate Taylor. “People are just finding out about it though.”