Show Rundown: August 9, 2010
George Takei Is Back
George Takei Is Back
Howard started off the show announcing George Takei’s return to the show.
George said he was excited to be back on the show–and for California, given the recent ruling declaring Prop 8 to be unconstitutional.
George was glowing but acknowledged that it was a long road ahead (California is only one state) and crossed his fingers–the case will likely be appealed to the Supreme Court: “I have hope for that.”
Benjy’s Cutting It Close
Howard noted that they had to clear Benjy’s studio area to make room for George but Benjy couldn’t figure out what was missing.
Gary came in to explain that Benjy’s pile had really just been put to the side. Benjy said a lot of the stuff was in fact Artie’s stuff–he hadn’t had the heart to throw it out.
Howard reported that Benjy was slipping in other areas as well–he arrived just 3 minutes before the start of the show.
George Is Your Fairy Captain
George told the crew that he got to pilot the Ellis Island ferry yesterday–even donning captain’s whites–for a ‘special trip.’
Howard wondered what else George did on his Sunday, as Sundays are usually the day of George’s weekly ‘date night’ with Brad, but George only wanted to discuss their walk through Central Park: “I’ve been revealing too much on this show.”
Sex on Sundays
Howard noted that George only had a small window for his weekly blowjob if he wanted to get sleep before the show.
George nodded, saying that Brad was aware of the time limit: “Brad is very passionate, though…the older I get, the longer it can take.”
George wished Brad would wake him with a blowjob someday but will settle for tea: “He wakes me up with green tea during the week and it’s very nice.”
George eventually revealed that he and Brad also wrestled before last night’s blowjob: “Not all gay people do this. It’s just our thing.”
George said their wrestling sessions involved a lot of “feeling of muscles and things…it’s about give and take. It’s not about taking the other man.”
Afterward, Brad blows George, often for 7 or 8 minutes but sometimes less than 5 and then George returns the favor.