Next week worries me because the cast is comprised of all new guys
JC is already on my nerves. It's one thing for the original cast to clock Matt Barker, but it's another thing to a new guy to walk in and just because AJ asks a question, he decides to do it too. At least JC said it to his face, though, unlike some members of this show.
I wish Juan would accept that he truly does have a lisp, and not blame it on his accent. I'm deaf and I read lips and it's so fucking annoying to read his lisp (plus it makes it hard to understand him, from my point of view).
Juan's overall denial annoys me. It seems like he ignores or denies everything he's not comfortable with. From the lisp, to his boyfriend dramas, to being teased about things by the guys, it's just "Oh it's not that, it's this..." I'm not sure why Juan's like this, but he needs to come out of it.
A little off the story line, but I'm a little put off by the direction of discussing one's own or other panel members' celebrity by certain cast members from the show. I love this show, as it's one of the very pitifully few programs on television upon which there is a mature discourse about sex, sexuality, and relationships. I wish there were more shows like this. But I would be very happy if they'd get off the idea that some of them are in it for more than just the discussion. Maybe they are, but why call more attention to them?
Edited by AtlanticVamp, Apr 26, 2012 @ 2:08 AM.