Cast Blog: #MDL

Just Because I'm Gay...

Episode 9: Closing Time

Stunning, Sleek, and Sexy

A Shared Vision

No More Drama

Episode 8: Flagg Day

Be Yourself

Out and Proud

Million Dollar Soap Opera

Episode 7: Welcome to Heatherbreak

Unsolved Mysteries

You be the Judge

Episode 6: Madison, Turn Off the Dark

My Autobiography

The Wow Factor

Pleasure Principle

Episode 5: Real Estate Love in This Transgender Club

A Great Challenge

Dating in Public

Showdown: Round One

Episode 4: Think Outside the Lease

In Defense of Gimmicks

Game Time

Melons and Money

Episode 3: The Haves and the Have Nots

Learn from the Best

On to the Next

Double Your Pleasure

Episode 2: Welcome to Bizarro World

I Vant the Car

Million Dollar Mitzvah

Take the Bottle and Run

Best in the Biz

Time to Shine

Saved by the Ding Dong

What A Journey!

My Love Life?

The Season Finale!

Talk is Cheap in the BU

I'm Gay ... Who Cares?

Be Who You Are

Just Because I'm Gay...

Madison comments on the Altman altercation.

 

Well, well, well the moment we have all been waiting for-- this "fight scene" between Altman and myself. I was nervous to see how this played out, but I think it showed fairly accurately. I am not sure any of it was justified, but sometimes one gets emotional. Speaking of emotions, the speed dating social was an interesting attempt at finding a match. There was a lot of excitement and energy. I think I described it on TV as, "I feel like I am the only nut in a tree full of squirrels." I have no idea where that line came from, but it is the best way to recount the experience.  

Boys aside, this quick lease deal was such a fun property to work with. The owner, Jane, who used to be an entertainment agent, had a very cool house, not to mention she was a total sweetheart. The only challenge here were the six rascal dogs. Don't get me wrong, I love dogs, I just don't really trust the little snapping ones when they don't belong to me or my friends. They are too testy with their teeth!  

Altman had a nice sale in the episode. Looked like it was easy money, but I have a feeling it probably was a little more complex than what we viewers saw. Did anyone notice the big house Altman's client did not buy was featured on American Idol last week? The scene with Altman and his assistant getting lost around the condo lofts did not make a lot of sense to me. What I do know is that Heather and Altman are getting serious. Hmmm.