At the party it was very cool of her to come out with that -- the part about me being her type. She said that this is what it is, and that was nice. It's a complicated situation because we are such good friends. Where does the line start and end? It's kind of a gray area. There's no yes or no to what's happening so far. I do want to point out that on the show I say that I've been with women before, but what I really mean is that I made out with a woman before: nothing more. I'd like to be clear on what I meant by that. My conversation with Victoria is really interesting. I think when you start to probe and ask questions you find out that people have past lives and people jump around. And I think we like to categorize people in terms of being gay or straight or whatever; we put them in little boxes. I think more and more, especially since my eyes are more open to it, it all crosses over and bleeds into other categories. I think it's important as a society, especially one that likes to segregate everything; we really are a lot more alike than we think. With Victoria, that was shocking. It's funny when you think you know someone and then you find out about a big chunk of your life.