The A-List:Dallas

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  1. B_blueonblue1964

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    The same city that put Lee Harvey Oswald and J.R. Ewing on the map is now hoping to make household names of Levi, Taylor, James, Chase, Phillip, and Ashley...

    *Levi---The rodeo cowboy. He's the hung stud they all hope to rope...or have roped.
    *James---The trust-fund son.
    *Taylor---The Christian Republican.
    *Chase---The real estate investor.
    *Phillip---The high-end stylist.
    *Ashley---The (female) photographer & 'hag.

    Yes, it promises to be campy, catty, and shallow. But, it also looks like it'll be entertaining!
     

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    Levi is attractive. I wonder if he is as hung as they say.
     
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    I doubt it, they play him up a lot; remember how big Austin was supposed to be from the first A List? Now that it's over, everyone is saying how ridiculously small he really is.
     
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    Looks like it is going to be worse than the first one and I never thought that would be possible.
     
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    They all come off like they are anesthetized. Maybe its Botox and Restylane poisoning.
     
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    Stupid. Souless. Fake. Superficial. Overdone.
     
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    That pretty much sums up life:frown1:
     
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    And when does this POS hit the airwaves?
     
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    Gay men like the characters protrayed in these type of shows are what continually set back the gay movement. If more gay men would simply be men who happen to be gay and not women with a penis, the fight for acceptance would have been much further along at this time.
     
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    Smallhungbrad....I do agree, but I guess it could be worse if such a show was on one of the larger networks. Logo has designed its programming for a specific and alternative viewing audience. From my experience, there are some very superficial gays within the community. I am not proud of it, but they are part of the community, so I welcome our differences

    But the show is great to watch, with nice eye candy. Just mute it sometimes.
     
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    I tried watching but lost interest in 5 minutes. I understand why Logo airs this type of show and only wish they tried to put on shows that represent more of the gay community.
     
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    These shows are no more intended to represent the gay community than the Real Housewives series is intended to represent theirs. They are cast for entertainment purposes alone. The more outrageous and ridiculous the members and their antics, and the more they get people talking about them, the better, as far as the producers are concerned.
     
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    Fine.. Ill be the one to say it. Most fem gay guys aren't pretending. It's who they are. Who is anyone to judge what someones personality should be like. Its so annoying when masculine gay men judge the more feminine ones. At the end of the day.. Ur all gay and society (for the most part) won't except you regardless if your butch or a queen. If you didn't know, the word "equal" is in equality so stop judging your own kind and start trying to work together to get the rights you say you deserve.
     
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    My problem isn't with the people in this show. What pisses me off is that Logo has so little original programming and this representation shouldn't be the only one. Logo is now broadcasts of "The Nanny", "My Super Sweet 16", "Daria",Sixteen and Pregnant", and "Teen Mom". Gone are "Rick & Steve"< "The Big Gay Sketch Show", and "Noah's Arc". Keep making the "A-List" series but balance them out with other images.
     
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    Exactly. Why the hell are they showing Teen Mom? None of that has to do with gay content. I could flip to MTV on any given Saturday, and watch a marathon of Teen Mom if I wanted to.

    I miss the gay news segments with Itay Hod. I also like Bump, the travel show. Make more episodes of it. Hell, can't they make a gay dating show? That would be cheap as hell to make.
     
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    Exactly. Bring back the news show, and a dating show would be fun. It could be something like "Tough Love" but with Steve Ward or someone like him helping guys with disastrous dating histories correct their mistakes. The possibilities are endless.
     
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    They are def not A-list. No one in Dallas even knows who any of these people are.
     
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    Logo is a premium channel too so why do they edit their movies, etc. by beeping out language? And how much Logo stock does RuPaul own? Sick of his shows. Wish DirecTV offered the Here channel.
     
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    Lol the Steve Ward for gays is a pretty good idea actually. Logo could stand to play a little less MTV crap. I wonder if the problem is the fact that many masculine gay guys might not want to be on a gay reality show on logo.
     
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    I think the show is gonna be ok..I'm from Dallas and Dallas is not a "country town". We have our spots that are country. But overall its not like that..BUT..most Dallas guys are hung..lol
     
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