2:14 AM. Chipsters. They reveal that, again, they're down to one dollar for the leg, so it really has been a case of needing to conserve the funds here at the end. They voice over that they don't think people expected them to get this far, with Reichen adding that people think gay people are "queeny and effeminate," so obviously, there's great ground to be covered by their not acting that way. Of course, one could rain rather heavily on this Yay! Pride Parade by pointing out that there's not exactly a tradition of the gay guys on this show being unable to compete, to say the least, including both the more queeny and effeminate and the less so, but...never mind. ["I still say Chip and Reichen have gone so far to confound viewers' expectations of gay men that they've decided to make a statement by never sharing physical affection, ever, and sleeping with women instead, just to prove their point." -- Wing Chun] Reichen wants people to look at him and Chip and realize gay people can be "strong and prepared." Unlike, I guess, you know, Guido, or Kenny, or Cha-Cha-Cha, all of whom were apparently quite an embarrassment to Reichen. Nice attitude.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B+ | 560 USERS: C+
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