Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Episode # 435 - April 12th, 2016

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12 comments:

ethan2chris said...

Greg, please give Brad a plotline. All your characters are interesting, but Brad is special.

And wasn't there a thing between him and Kyle?

Anonymous said...

so he's just an angry old man and not all that wise

Anonymous said...

Sounds like someone I know. Lol
And here, on this message board, people say Richard doesn't have a purpose. If even the most conservative person in the house is worried about you, it's best to err on the side of caution.

Anonymous said...

Please let Terrence be the real thing so Rudy can be happy the rest of his life, which apparently can't be much

Barak Torvan said...

Price is trying to tell him to really pay close attention and be careful. He senses that this guy is like him, and while that sense could be incorrect, it could also be correct. So he is just trying to tell Rudy to keep his eyes open.

Nothing at all wrong with that. In fact, it is a nice thing for Price to do actually!

Anonymous said...

Terrance may have an ulterior motive, but I don't think so. I don't think Rudy has a lot of assets (money, property, etc.) although we don't know that much about Rudy's background. If so, then Terrance isn't a money-grabber.

I'm thinking that Terrance just enjoys Rudy's company in an "older/younger" type of relationship. Each can offer a lot to the other. Love, and I use the term loosely here, doesn't know age.

Anonymous said...

I'll say it again, I'd be annoyed if Terrance is indeed a villain. Older gay men like Rudy may face isolation, abandonment, illness, depression, and the loss of their same age peers. Rudy's daughter was going to abandon him to a hellish nursing/retirement home. Going to live at the BNB was a new hope for Rudy. Why give him a love interest for the sake of some cruel and predictable drama? But I agree with other commentators that it doesn't seem plausible that he's after any of Rudy's assets(we don't know if he really has any to speak of), in short Terrance could find a gay "sugar Daddy" easily if he wanted to. So if Terrance is evil then his ulterior motive would have to be something different-maybe he's out to objectify Rudy somehow or perhaps he's a serial killer who targets elderly gay men. Either way I'd rather the drama around this relationship not be because of Terrance, it would be really positive to see a lovely relationship between the two characters.
Florian

Anonymous said...

I'm an older man who's been a "sugar daddy" to a younger, very attractive hustler for the past 10 years that I met online. I love the man, and we have a wonderful time together, including sex. We have a very good, honest relationship. I hope Rudy and Terrence can find the same kind of happiness that I've found. I say, go for it Rudy.

Ridor said...

I just hope Rudy & Terrence found their love for each other.

Anonymous said...

You guys make me so happy with your tolerance, if not support, for trans-generational relationships

MelliePh said...

Price saying that Terrence is like him is scary. Now I'm worried about Rudy.

RedBear1961 said...

"That only makes me question the SANITY of the Suffolk County Log Cabin REpublicans" OH SNAP!!!