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02/19/2008

Where there's a 'Will' there's a way (for another gay hit)

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 6-28 1A year ago we briefly told you about a TV project from "Will & Grace" creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan that would find former "90210" star Brian Austin Green playing a gay man. Well, that project ended up never materializing. However, the Ko/Mut duo is creating another gay-themed project, this one a semi-autobiographical sitcom about two men -- one 'mosexual, one 'rosexual -- who are best friends and business partners:

ABC and "Will & Grace" duo team on gay-themed comedy [Reuters via Yahoo!]

No word on whether Max and David keep focusing on gay people because (a) they love GLAAD awards, (b) pissing off the religious right is a fetish, (c) they find 'Advocate' covers to be the most framable, (d) they are genuinely passionate about LGBT issues and representations, (e) they're secret operatives hired by the gay mafia to carry out the homosexual agenda via scripted television, or (f) they find that actors who are hesitant about playing queer make for the most entertaining casting sessions. We're gonna go with all of the above.

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Your thoughts

I heard the sitcom has a fag hag named "Trace" a faggy best friend named "Jake" and an asian pill popping boozer named Karen Wok.

Posted by: Franc | Feb 19, 2008 4:39:12 PM

Well hopefully in the span of eight years, new lead character Bill Buman will get more than a handful of pecks (and maybe even a handful of pecs).

Posted by: G-A-Y | Feb 19, 2008 4:42:25 PM

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