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21st May '17 2:33:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Warehouse 13}}'' has Steve Jinks, who mentions that he is gay while Claudia is going on about how they can't have an OfficeRomance. He is StraightGay so it would be hard to figure out. He never had any romantic relationships in the season, but neither did any of the straight characters.

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* ''{{Warehouse ''Series/{{Warehouse 13}}'' has Steve Jinks, who mentions that he is gay while Claudia is going on about how they can't have an OfficeRomance. He is StraightGay so it would be hard to figure out. He never had any romantic relationships in the season, but neither did any of the straight characters.
30th Apr '17 3:53:00 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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Every once in a while, especially in the later seasons of a show, the writers will become [[GenreSavvy aware of this trope]] and suddenly (well, as sudden as it can be after three or four seasons) do [[VerySpecialEpisode a single episode]] that deals with the character's sexuality.

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Every once in a while, especially in the later seasons of a show, the writers will become [[GenreSavvy aware of this trope]] trope and suddenly (well, as sudden as it can be after three or four seasons) do [[VerySpecialEpisode a single episode]] that deals with the character's sexuality.
22nd Apr '17 4:35:57 PM ProbeMeRogerSmith
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** Subverted in "A Smith for a Jones", where Greg and Terry are actually shown sleeping in the spooning position wearing only underwear. Granted, it's very brief and [[DoubleStandard nowhere near as intimate as Stan and Francine are shown]], but [[DiscreditedTrope tropes aren't discredited overnight]].

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** Subverted in "A Smith Jones for a Jones", Smith", where Greg and Terry are actually shown sleeping in the spooning position wearing only underwear. Granted, it's very brief and [[DoubleStandard nowhere near as intimate as Stan and Francine are shown]], but [[DiscreditedTrope tropes aren't discredited overnight]].
4th Dec '16 4:19:47 AM kazokuhouou
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** Consequently, Book 5, which features the story arc where she comes out, is called "Hey, Guess What, I'm a Lesbian!".
5th Nov '16 12:21:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''InLivingColor'' had the Overly Confident Gay Man, played by Creator/JimCarrey, who would often introduce himself as "Hi. [[{{Beat}} (beat)]] I'm gay." In his first sketch, he incessantly hits on every man within his field of vision, [[spoiler:but when one actually reciprocates to any degree he goes directly to feeling harassed and makes a big deal of it, much to the other guy's embarrassment]]. In his second sketch, his sexuality briefly comes into question when he, [[ItMakesSenseInContext lying unconscious on the floor,]] gets really into the CPR a hot woman gives him, [[spoiler:but then it turns out she's a post-op transgender man, and the Overly Confident Gay Man is in fact ''happy'' to discover this. They immediately leave for a gay club together]].

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* ''InLivingColor'' ''Series/InLivingColor'' had the Overly Confident Gay Man, played by Creator/JimCarrey, who would often introduce himself as "Hi. [[{{Beat}} (beat)]] I'm gay." In his first sketch, he incessantly hits on every man within his field of vision, [[spoiler:but when one actually reciprocates to any degree he goes directly to feeling harassed and makes a big deal of it, much to the other guy's embarrassment]]. In his second sketch, his sexuality briefly comes into question when he, [[ItMakesSenseInContext lying unconscious on the floor,]] gets really into the CPR a hot woman gives him, [[spoiler:but then it turns out she's a post-op transgender man, and the Overly Confident Gay Man is in fact ''happy'' to discover this. They immediately leave for a gay club together]].
25th Oct '16 6:29:47 PM BackgroundGuy
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* ''InLivingColor'' had the reoccurring sketch of The Overly Confident Gay Man, played by Creator/JimCarrey, who would often introduce himself as "Hi. I'm gay."

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* ''InLivingColor'' had the reoccurring sketch of The Overly Confident Gay Man, played by Creator/JimCarrey, who would often introduce himself as "Hi. [[{{Beat}} (beat)]] I'm gay."" In his first sketch, he incessantly hits on every man within his field of vision, [[spoiler:but when one actually reciprocates to any degree he goes directly to feeling harassed and makes a big deal of it, much to the other guy's embarrassment]]. In his second sketch, his sexuality briefly comes into question when he, [[ItMakesSenseInContext lying unconscious on the floor,]] gets really into the CPR a hot woman gives him, [[spoiler:but then it turns out she's a post-op transgender man, and the Overly Confident Gay Man is in fact ''happy'' to discover this. They immediately leave for a gay club together]].
24th Sep '16 1:46:40 PM nombretomado
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* ChannelFour's reality contest ''Four In A Bed'' featuring battling small hotels competing for the accolade of best B&B of the week pits teams of owners against each other. Generally small boarding houses run by husband-and-wife couples are featured. But in any given week, there is ''always'' one very obvious husband-and-husband or wife-and-wife among the teams. Their sexuality is never an issue and is never explicitly mentioned. But this is so obvious to viewers that a subtext of the show is "spot the gay couple".

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* ChannelFour's Creator/Channel4's reality contest ''Four In A Bed'' featuring battling small hotels competing for the accolade of best B&B of the week pits teams of owners against each other. Generally small boarding houses run by husband-and-wife couples are featured. But in any given week, there is ''always'' one very obvious husband-and-husband or wife-and-wife among the teams. Their sexuality is never an issue and is never explicitly mentioned. But this is so obvious to viewers that a subtext of the show is "spot the gay couple".
2nd Sep '16 2:51:14 PM NWolfman
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* ''InLivingColor'' had a sketch in which a gay man (played by Jim Carrey) would just randomly go up to people and say "Hi. I'm gay."

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* ''InLivingColor'' had a the reoccurring sketch in which a gay man (played of The Overly Confident Gay Man, played by Jim Carrey) Creator/JimCarrey, who would just randomly go up to people and say often introduce himself as "Hi. I'm gay."
25th Aug '16 9:08:59 PM BigJaredMonkey
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* The only reason why we know that Troy, Eve's male BFF in ''Film/BlastFromThePast'' is gay at all is because Eve tells us.
-->'''Eve:''' (to Adam, about Troy) "He's gay, by the way."
-->'''Adam:''' (to Troy, thinking Eve means that Troy is happy) "Well, good for you!"
-->'''Troy:''' (confused) "Well, I do try..."
16th Jul '16 10:12:00 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Archer}}'': Ray Gillette's sexuality is frequently mentioned but never really demonstrated outside of the occasional CutawayGag of him hanging out with male strippers.

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* ''{{Archer}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'': Ray Gillette's sexuality is frequently mentioned but never really demonstrated outside of the occasional CutawayGag of him hanging out with male strippers.
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