The next contestant loves the Powerpuff Girls, margaritas, and older men who take him for granted.
Emmett: If you ask me, nobody makes a better woman than a gay man.
Debbie: I know you’re uncomfortable hanging out in gay bars with your mother. But look at it this way; if you meet somebody nice, you won’t have to take him home to meet me, because I’m already here!
Brian: I’ll be glad when Pride’s over and we can all go back to being ashamed.
Justin: I generally don’t like discussing kink on an empty stomach.
Debbie: It’s not about who you love, it’s how you love. Genitalia is just God’s way of accessorizing.
Daphne: Hi, I’m not a lesbian, but I’m a big fan.
Michael: What’s wrong with here?
Brian: I’ve had everyone in here.
Justin: I’m not a child. I’m turning 18 soon. That means I can vote, and get married, and join the army.
Emmett: Hopefully not on the same day.
Debbie: If I have to watch Martha Stewart make one more goddamn thing out of goat cheese, I’m going to kill myself.
Vic: AMC has a Joan Crawford festival all week.
Debbie: Nobody’s that gay.
Emmett: A song and a snack can turn any moment into an occasion.
Justin: He loves me.
Brian Kinney: Your dreamy-eyed school boy.
Justin: In ways that you can’t.
Brian Kinney: In ways that I won’t.
Melanie: I’d forgotten I was different- until I was so thoughtfully reminded.
Brian: It’s not lying when they make you lie, when the only truth they can deal with is their own.
Melanie: The thing about parenthood is that you don’t get anonymus sex breaks twice a day.
Justin: This isn’t about me… or even what happened at school. This is about speaking out, demanding to be heard whether people want to hear you or not.
Ted: Gay men and straight girls sleeping together… isn’t that one of the signs of the Apocalypse?