Also, in this episode I use the word "unequivocably" which actually is not a word at all. It is unequivocally, as I realized once I heard myself say the wrong word on TV. In the moment I didn't even notice it, but hearing it back I was like, "That's not a word!"
Usually, I sit at home watching reality TV and get frustrated whenever people mangle the English language, create words, and destroy expressions (I believe in this episode I also say "emotional-less" which of course is not a word, but I was joking -- although it doesn't seem that way). So I would like to unequivocally apologize to all the Housewives and bachelors and bachelorettes and teams of people racing around the world who I have ever yelled at through the TV. Today, I too, am one of you.
Next week Milan! I'm kind of excited.
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Curious to see how you evolve... now you appear to need to be the one in the room who always wants all eyes on him; slightly condescending to Brad...not likeable... We will see...
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I am thoroughly enjoying this show! I no longer have to watch Rachel Zoe in order to follow Brad....and now you, as well. Just as I start to judge you as being somewhat high maintenance and b****y, you blog admitting your own foibles! The more I watch, the more you remind me of Will (and Grace). Knowing you have written lines for Karen, who I still think is the funniest character ever constructed, I watch with baited breath for some incredibly funny zingers from you......or at least a debit card withdrawal swipe on some part of Brad's anatomy!
You are such a nice partner. I can see from day one that you are an intelligent person and you are so good to Brad. Bravo!
Am thoroughly enjoying the show with you and Brad. Your relationship is refreshing to watch, as it is how real people who are in love actually are with each other. As much as I adore Brad, I sometimes wonder how you keep from going crazy living with him. I hope the show has much success and continues for a long time.
It is a wonderful thing that you agreed to do the show with Brad, whom I love to pieces. The idea of opening one's world up to the scrutiny that is 'reality television' takes tremendous courage and I applaud you. One other thing: when I was a child, my father forbade crying; as an adult I cry as often as I need to and consider myself emotionally stronger because of it. Love xxxooo
Gary, I think you are very likable and love your dry sense of humor. My favorite part of the show is watching you and Brad together. You seem to have a fun, loving and supportive relationship. Love you style too!
I just would love to say, Gary, I saw you were reading " The Glass Castle" love that book. Hope you enjoyed it.
Just want to tell you, I saw you reading "the glass castle" while you were in Milan. Hope you loved it.