Which reminds me of another fun factoid about him: He came out at about the same time that Ellen DeGeneres did, except that he declared himself bisexual, rather than gay. Way to represent the GLBT community there, Andy!
I have a lot of problems with Andy Dick, but I don't see how him being bisexual, rather than gay, is a problem. Bisexual is a legitimate sexuality. In fact, that's what the B in "GLBT" represents. His long list of sexually aggressive behavior has been toward both men and women, so I doubt he's pretending to be bisexual.
Last night was the first episode I saw. He seemed very earnest, but he is also an actor who made his name playing a character who was very sweet and earnest.