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It left Justin with sadness but also excitement and possibility at the cost of leaving Brian with sadness and loneliness.You can imagine a happy future for Justin, but it's hard to imagine one for Brian. My spouse and I were married for 7 years - divorced for 10 years - and then remarried. So it is possible for a couple who really love each other to find their way back to each other.
I was once on a very delayed January flight from Laguardia to Toronto where, I assume, QAF filmed.The biggest name they could sign (besides Sharon Gless) was Hal Sparks. Charlie Hunnam was a lousy actor at the time but as a fine looking and straight Brit he could find more opportunities in HW by default.He was the highest paid star, as the rest of the cast got 'favored nations'. He also has a snotty, nasty, down-through-the-nose attitude towards his fan base. He did a play afterward at the Lortel called The Submission (I believe) with Rutina Weasley and he was excellent in it. I think his first HW casting was in Apatow's follow-up to F&G, Undeclared, and was ok nothing special.I think Harrison felt trapped playing a character he didn't want to continue playing and I think Harrison is a bit a of a theatre snob.One reason Randy got the part is that agents refused to submit their clients to this show.I never got why David wanted Michael; but Chris Potter sold it. I loved Gale, Michele, Peter, Sharon and Chris the most.
The woman who played Justin's mother was very solid.
I've linked the Cowlip interview but here are their quotes about Brian & Justin: Cowan: They had a moment of realization where they both knew they were asking too much of each other, which did not mean that they no longer loved each other or that they would never see each other again.
I frankly don't understand where those ideas came from.
It was often hard to believe that his character and Brian were friends, not because of the script but because of the way he was played.
There was only frontal nudity from minor characters for the most part.
Lipman: Justin went off to New York, which is an hour away from Pittsburgh.