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Bisexuality in live-action TV.

  • 2 Broke Girls: Sophie, but she still prefers men.
    Sophie: It's nice to eat something you don't have to compliment every five minutes.
  • 7 Yüz: In "Biyolojik Saat", there's Metin's ex Nil, who ultimately ended up marrying a woman. Metin half-jokingly says dating him made her give up on the male sex altogether.
  • Clarke from The 100: She had a brief romance with Finn in Season 1 and shared a kiss with Lexa in Season 2.
  • Arrowverse:
    • Sara Lance from Arrow has been in relationship with Oliver and with Nyssa al-Ghul.
    • This continues in Legends of Tomorrow when she kisses a girl in 1950s and later Captain Cold. She had also slept, kissed or flirted with Anne of Austria and other female historical figures. In season 3, she has entered a relationship with Ava Sharpe and had sex with John Constantine.. John Constantine (from Constantine), joining the series as regular, is also bisexual and is seen flirting with men, as well as having sex with Sara.
    • Gary, introduced as a dweeby Time Agent Sara seduces to get his wrist doohickey, later refers to getting dumped by Constantine.
    • The Flash (2014): Wentworth Miller has declared that Leonard Snart is pansexual.
  • Susan Ivanova of Babylon 5 is suddenly revealed as bisexual (to the extent it was possible to do so on syndicated TV in 1995, anyway) in an episode that deals with her girlfriend Talia being a brainwashed spy. In a previous episode, she had been shown to have had at least one relationship with a man (and to be willing to consider rekindling it). Word of God confirms that Ivanova and Talia were, in fact, lovers, and that Ivanova was definitely bisexual.
  • Battlestar Galactica:
    • Felix Gaeta. The webisode series "The Face of the Enemy" showed Gaeta as having an affair with Lt. Hoshi, another male bridge officer. He also had an affair with a Sharon (Eight) Cylon during the occupation of New Caprica, but the scenes conveying that ended up getting cut. The only part of this backstory that made it into the regular series was the particularly betrayed expression Lt. Hoshi gave Gaeta when the latter tried to stage a mutiny.
    • Number 3 and Number 6 seem rather relaxed about it, sharing a bed with Baltar and each other. It's never commented upon any further. Word of God is that all the Human Cylons are bisexual.
    • Sister Clarice Willow in Caprica is in a group marriage, and is shown sharing a bed with two men and another woman. The series establishes that the people of the Twelve Colonies did not have a concept of sexual orientation and that things like same-sex marriages were not considered unusual in any way (group marriages were also legal, but considered eccentric). Thus nobody felt the need to rationalize their sexuality, they just went with whatever worked for them.
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  • The first non-pilot episode of Being Human (UK) mentioned that Mitchell has "fallen off the wagon" onto men as well as women, and had a threesome with Herrick, his sire. It is not 100% certain that this involved sex, but it seems like a safe bet given what we know. Judging by his lines in the pilot when they were Mistaken for Gay, George doesn't seem to know.
  • In The Big Bang Theory, Amy is attracted to both Sheldon and Penny, although her crush on Penny is Played for Laughs due to how awkward her flirting tactics are.
  • In Black Sails, several characters, primary and secondary, are in turn revealed to be bisexual, first Eleanor, then Anne Bonny and finally Flint and Hamilton.
  • The punchline of Victoria Wood's parody of Brief Encounter is that after Alec leaves for Africa, Laura decides to run off with Dolly instead.
  • On Broad City, Ilana frequently references her desire to have a threesome with Abbi, however her bisexuality isn't confirmed until season 2, where she makes out with a girl and in another episode hooks up with a girl. Abbi later enters a relationship with a woman in season 5.
  • Detective Rosa Diaz in Brooklyn Nine-Nine reveals that she's bisexual in the episode "99" to Charles, and then in "Game Night" to the rest of the squad and her parents. She says that she has known that she's bi since seventh grade.
  • Buffyverse:
    • Willow's vampire alter ego is in a relationship with vampire Xander, and shows an interest in her human counterpart.
    • Implied Trope with Spike once in a off-hand comment; ''"Me and Angel have never been intimate...Well, except that one time—"
    • Darla is mentioned to have had a threesome with Drusilla and the Immortal.
    • Drusilla, because of above-mentioned incident with Darla, and she also shows some Foe Yay towards both Kendra and Lilah Morgan.
    • Buffy herself and fellow slayer Faith attained near-legendary levels of Ho Yay and Foe Yay towards one other during season 3. Eliza Dushku, Faith's actress, believes Faith swung both ways and had "a thing" for Buffy. Taken even further in the comic book continuations, where Faith becomes intimate with psychotic slayer Gigi to the point of taking a bath with her while Buffy famously spends the night with yet another slayer, Satsu. She breaks it off with her right away-- only to spend another night with her anyway. Later she mistakenly believes she slept with Willow after a night of partying.
  • Anna in Chuck. It takes three episodes from some time apart to establish it: When introduced, she's among a group of otherwise-male coworkers. One says that their friend has the opportunity to have sex with a beautiful woman, 'as none of you ever will.' Anna says "speak for yourself." Much later, she's dating male character Morgan. Some time after she begins, Morgan thinks she's cheating with another guy, and a work buddy says "Maybe it's not a guy," and only then does it become clear that The Powers That Be didn't forget about that one-liner from so long ago.
  • Dean Pelton from Community. "I go both ways." indeed.
  • Jane on Coupling casually reveals she's bisexual in the first episode, and it's brought up plenty of times later in the series. Jane does not seem to grasp the concept of bisexuality (or vegetarianism, or abstinence, or...); she believes that since she's bisexual, gay men are allowed to sleep with her.
  • Crashing: Jessica is openly bisexual. She believes in this saying: "Everyone fucks everyone. Eventually."
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend :
    • Darryl Whitefeather, Rebecca's boss, realizes that he has a crush on a man, but he isn't gay...which means that he's bisexual. After this, he even comes out to his office with a catchy tune called "Getting Bi".
    • Soon after Darryl comes out, the new administrative assistant in the office, Maya, comes out as bi, celebrating how receptive is her new office before Darryl tells her to shut up.
    • Two seasons later, after an 8-month time jump, Valencia is in a serious relationship with a woman she met just before the jump.
  • Dear White People: Professor Nieka Hobbs turns out to be bisexual. She has both a female fiancee and Troy, her secret boyfriend.
  • Stahma Tarr and Kenya Rosewater of Defiance have a brief fling after Stahma visits the Need/Want to get Kenya to teach her son about sex.
  • A few characters from Degrassi:
    • Paige is either a reluctant bisexual or a case of If It's You, It's Okay. She dated mostly guys on the show, but then had a long-term and serious relationship with a girl named Alex. However, even when they were openly dating, Paige was reluctant to label herself as gay or bi and after their first breakup, she was hesitant to get back together with her after high school, as if dating after high school would solidify her as queer. After Paige and Alex broke up, Paige dated another guy and another relationship with a girl was never brought up as a possibility.
    • Imogen was definitely bisexual (though she never actually labels herself). She dated Eli, then Fiona, then hooked up with Adam, and then dated Jack (who yes, is a girl).
    • In a rare male example, notorious playboy Miles realizes he likes guys when he starts dating his best friend Tristan. Initially other characters assumed he was just dating him to pull a Dating What Daddy Hates, but his repeated defending of their relationship, even when they broke up, would suggest he had genuine feelings for him. This is confirmed in the next season when he hooks up with Tristan again and then enters a friends-with-benefits relationship with Esme, as well as his cheeky school campaign slogan of "I PLAY FOR ALL TEAMS."
  • Doctor Who:
    • The Doctor was first portrayed as bisexual in the Eighth Doctor Adventures novels (see Literature). When the new series started, the Ninth Doctor immediately proceeded to flirt with (Extreme Omnisexual) companion Jack, and the two shared a kiss in the season finale (specifically, he snogged Rose and then the Doctor in turn). Although the Tenth Doctor never got more than a bit of a flirt with men, Eleven is rather overtly bisexual (which many other characters also notice), randomly babbles about men fancying him and happily snogs his male companion Rory for no reason. Word of God has it that gender is fluid for Gallifreyans, and not really a factor for them when it comes to attraction. From "Boom Town":
      Jack: [referring to Rose being affectionate with Mickey] Aw, sweet. Look at these two... How come I never get any of that?
      Ninth Doctor: Buy me a drink first.
      Jack: Such hard work.
      Ninth Doctor: [smiling] But worth it!
    • William Shakespeare is hinted at being this during "The Shakespeare Code", leading the Doctor to quip that "fifty-seven academics just punched the air" (one of the series' many Historical In Jokes as more than a few historians speculate about this regarding the real Shakespeare — with Sonnet 57 being part of their evidence).
    • Ten had his moments, particularly this blink-and-you'll-miss-it line in "Daleks in Manhattan" upon being reunited with Martha and Frank (guest star Andrew Garfield).
      Tenth Doctor: Yeah, well, you can kiss me later. You too, Frank, if you want.
    • River Song. In her first appearance, she tells Strackman Lux to put his helmet back on as he's the only person in the room she doesn't fancy, with the others comprising both men and women. And then, in "The Husbands of River Song", it's mentioned that, besides the several husbands who appear in the episode, River has also had at least two wives.
    • A Running Gag that was cut from "The Eleventh Hour" would have had several people in 2008 Leadworth under the impression Amy was their "sort-of girlfriend". One of them would have been a female firefighter.
    • In Torchwood, Everyone Is Bi in the main cast, although each of them in a different way. Jack is properly omnisexual, Gwen is mostly straight but snogs a woman while under alien mind control, Tosh has one relationship with a woman and several with men (although all are equally doomed due to her Cartwright Curse), Owen is up for anything, and Ianto tells his sister "it's not men, just [Jack]". That said, he's openly interested in men in the novels, and it's strongly implied from what his sister says in Children of Earth: Day Five he's a consummate liar.
    • Clara refers to kissing Jane Austen in "The Magician's Apprentice", and seems to be attracted to Ashildr ("I'll fight you for her") in "The Girl Who Died". She was also attracted to the Doctor and had a boyfriend, Danny Pink, during Series 8.
  • The Drew Carey Show:
    • Drew sleeps with a woman who casually mentions that he is her first male partner in some time. He is surprised but gets over it quickly.
      Drew: Oh, you're bisexual! That explains why you were so good with my nipples!
    • Drew brings a lesbian friend of his to a wedding, and they both mention to each other that they met someone. Then they both point to the same girl.
    • Drew himself is in a coma in one episode and must choose leave the Lotus-Eater Machine-y dream world to survive. He asks his scheduler (Mimi!) what's on today's agenda, and he's told "at 2:00, you have a threesome, at 3:00, you have a foursome, and at 4:00... [checks schedule] with George Clooney." When Drew starts to protest, Mimi says "It's okay, there's no one here to judge." Drew doesn't try to protest after this.
  • The Fall: Stella quite suddenly kisses Reed to get rid of her male suitor in a bar, then goes off to have sex with her, but Reed backs out upon reaching Stella's hotel room.
  • The Family: We first see Bridey as a journalist at the newspaper, where she writes a lesbian lifestyle column. However she dates Danny, but then gets involved with Willa as well.
  • Fi: Özge Egeli, one of the few regular LGBT characters in Turkish television, is attracted to (and has been in relationships with) both women and men. Her basis in the Fi Çi Pi books is also bisexual.
  • Inara in Firefly has male and female clients. Admittedly she doesn't have to be attracted to her clients, but it's mentioned that Companions pick and choose their clients quite deliberately.
  • For the People: Kate starts a relationship with a female ATF Agent, but clearly has feelings for her friend and coworker Leonard.
  • Friends:
    • Phoebe has shown attraction to women a number of times. Just one example is when she was presented with the hypothetical question of who she would rather have a relationship with between Rachel and Monica and immediately blurted out "Rachel!" without taking time to think.
    • In the episode with Ross and Monica's hot cousin (Denise Richards) every time she flips her hair the scene goes into slow motion and Barry White's "I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby" starts playing. Chandler and Ross (yes, Ross) can't help but stare... and neither can Phoebe.
      Phoebe: Say something, say anything. Ask her out, she's not your cousin.
  • Game of Thrones:
    • Sansa Stark "swings both ways," according to Sophie Turner.
    • Oberyn Martell and Ellaria Sand do as well.
    • Margaery implies in "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" that as well as having her fair share of men, she has at least experimented with women.
    • Doreah sleeps with Viserys and eventually becomes Xaro's mistress, but showed a definite attraction to Dany and implies she's slept with women before.
    • Yara confirms this about herself in "Stormborn," through the following exchange with Ellaria.
      Ellaria: Have you ever been to Dorne?
      Yara: A few times. Never stayed long.
      Ellaria: A boy in every port?
      Yara: A boy, a girl...depends on the port.
  • Gina in The George Lopez Show. In the episode after Randy dumps Benny, she tells Benny that "you don't need a man to have sex" and makes a suggestive face.
  • The Get Down: Dizzee is in love with Thor, and hits on women before they start dating.
  • Glee: Brittany had long-term relationships with men and women, but the show spent a lot of time never using the word bi to describe her, instead using euphemisms like "bilingual". Santana eventually uses the word bisexual to describe her after they break up.
  • Blanche Devereaux of The Golden Girls was known for her unquenchable thirst for men, but a few episodes hinted that she'd either had same-sex encounters (Rose, upon hearing that a female housekeeping applicant didn't like "freaky stuff" like kissing other women, remarked "Neither do Dorothy and I!"—and Blanche was in the room at the time), or was at least willing to experiment (see: an episode where her New Year's Eve date leaves before she can get a midnight good luck kiss, and she's seen briefly considering smooching Rose instead).
  • The Good Place: Eleanor is attracted to men in general, but is also attracted to several women including Tahani, other Eleanor and Simone.
  • Investigator Kalinda Sharma is depicted having affairs with multiple people of both sexes in The Good Wife, calling herself "flexible" when asked by Alicia about it.
  • Gotham: Oswald is in love with Edward, but his actor says that he's probably sure that attraction would be present if it was a woman in his place.
  • Olivia Spencer in Guiding Light (played by bisexual actress Crystal Chappell).
  • On Hannibal, Alana Bloom enters into a romantic relationship with Margot Verger as they they team up against Mason and Hannibal in something of a Scheherezade Gambit. Word of God states that she has always been bisexual, it's just never really come up before now.
    • Hannibal lecter, according to Word of God, is omnisexual, especially in regards to his mutual romantic relationship with Will.
  • Alistair of Huge mentions that he prefers to take people as people with no attention paid to gender.
  • Jane from Happy Endings is revealed to have had serious relationships with women in college.
  • Hellcats flirted with this. Marti mentioned in passing having a teenage crush on Tori Amos and Alice mentions in one episode that she wouldn't kick Milla Jojovich out of bed.
  • Gretchen in Heroes. Interestingly, this was because Claire assumed she was just a lesbian, and she explained she'd dated more guys than girls. And later, Claire herself.
  • In one of the first examples on prime time American TV, Tim Bayliss on Homicide: Life on the Street was revealed to be bisexual in the fifth season.
  • House of Cards (UK): Charles Collingbridge, the brother of the first season's PM, is noted as being "not quite sure of his sexual orientation" when drunk, which would indicate some repressed bisexuality.
  • House of Cards (US) has the surprising example of Frank Underwood, a married Congressman in his 50s who had an intimate relationship with a college buddy that wasn't simple experimentation.
  • On How I Met Your Mother Lily has, on several occasions, suggested that she's sexually attracted to her female friend Robin, saying "a woman's sexuality is a moving target." However, since Lily and Marshall are so completely monogamous for each other, this never really becomes a plot point.
    • They kiss in the final season, as a ploy to wake up Barney. Lily gets over her crush and Robin develops one on Lily.
  • Annalise Keating of How to Get Away with Murder shares a kiss with fellow lawyer Eve Rothlow; they later are revealed to have dated while at law school together. All of Annalise's other love interests have been male.
  • In The Dark: Jess's girlfriend, Vanessa, it turns out is bisexual. This causes some tension between them as Jess begins worrying Vanessa won't be as attracted to her as a woman.
  • Nina Van Horne from Just Shoot Me! is said to be wrong for Denis Finch's father because "all his life he's had one woman, she's had five". And that's just the ones Denis knows about.
  • Sam Marquez in Las Vegas. After it seems like she and Mary may have slept together after frequenting a strip club the night before, Mary contends that neither of them is actually gay. When prompted, Sam responds that she always thought it was the person you fall in love with, not the person's sex.
  • Legacies: It turns out Penelope, who was with Josie, is bi when she tries to seduce MG. Josie also seems to be interested in Rafael in the pilot. Later, when it's revealed that she used to have a crush on Hope, she explains that the reason she lied about it to Lizzie is that Lizzie always seems to take what Josie wants. This implies that Lizzie may be bi as well as otherwise Josie would have nothing to fear.
  • Cara in Legend of the Seeker, who's shown having relationships with both sexes. It's also implied that many or even all Mord Sith are bisexual.
  • DS James Hathaway of Lewis may be this, from what is implied during 'Life Born of Fire.' He's shown to have 3 female love interests, but his implied religious conflicts and past homophobia could suggest he was closeted.
    Hathaway: What, that there's boys and girls and a nice, neat straight line down the middle, and gay's if you like shoes and musicals and straight's if you read Loaded and eat Yorkie bars? (...) Well have you got some finer definition then, sir?
  • Lip Service: Bea is revealed to be either bisexual or very deeply closeted.
  • Lost Girl:
    • Bo is a succubus who feeds on sexual energy which she can drain from men and women alike. She doesn't really seem to prefer one or the other. Of her two main love interests in the show, one is a man and the other is a woman. She also has a threesome twice, so both of those women as well.
    • Tamsin and The Morrigan, though the latter is a Depraved Bisexual.
  • Alice on The L Word, although she laters falls victim to No Bisexuals. The same could be said for Jenny and Tina.
    • Which is a bit of a Casting Gag. Her actress, Leisha Hailey, is the only lesbian among the main cast.
  • Blake Moran comes out as bi in season 3 of Madam Secretary.
  • Quentin Coldwater of ‘’The Magicians’’ has a woman, Alice, as his primary love interest, but also has a threesome with Eliot and Margo and develops complicated feelings for Eliot. In an abandoned timeline that he still remembers, he marries a woman in Fillory but, before her and after she dies, lives out 50 years in a relationship with Eliot, then proposes he and Eliot try a romance in the primary timeline when their memories come back.
  • The Man in the High Castle: Nicole turns out to be bi, as she has sexual relationships with both Joe and Thelma.
  • Miranda: Penny mentions having "had 3 of the 4 members of Bucks Fuzz", which has 2 female members.
  • Misfits: Emma, the female runner who Curtis meets while in his Melissa form. She ends up having sex with him in both forms.
  • NCIS:
    • Ziva David occasionally implies that she is bisexual, but since she's never actually expressed specific interest in another woman, it's far more likely that her remarks are purely designed to mess with resident Handsome Lech Tony's head.
    • In the episode "UnSEALed" the team thought a SEAL's wife had been having an affair with another SEAL. Turned out it was actually with his wife. They never explicitly state she's bisexual, though it's more likely than both women being married to The Beard.
  • Neighbours: When Donna Freedman is asked about her first time having sex, she asks "with a guy or a girl?"
  • No Tomorrow: Kareema is revealed to be bisexual as she falls hard for her brother's fiancée.
  • Piper and Morello from Orange Is the New Black. Some of the other prisoners might be too, or they might just be settling for what's available in the all-female setting of a women's prison. Soso also makes this clear to Big Boo that she states she's "attracted to people not gender." She also engaged in oral sex with Nicky at one point.
  • Cosima and Delphine in Orphan Black. We've only got Word of God for Cosima (her only onscreen partner has been a woman), and Word of God similarly lists Delphine as a case of If It's You, It's Okay. Delphine does say that bisexuality is something she had never considered until she met Cosima.
  • The Outer Limits (1995): In "Lithia" Miranda is, presumably, since she's Pelé's lover but later has sex with Mercer, assuming that it isn't just sitch sexuality for her (we might guess that many women have such relationships, as there are no men).
  • Outlander: Lord John Grey, who lost his lover in the Rising. He's attracted to Jamie, though the latter doesn't take kindly to him making a pass, given his past trauma from having been raped by another man (plus Jamie is straight). They later become friends however. He later reveals that he's also attracted to women when speaking with Brianna, such as his late wife.
  • Jane of Painkiller Jane, in the second episode (in a monologue):
    Jane: What I could really use right now? Big distractions. Like, tequila shots and a dirty weekend with Brad Pitt. And Angelina Jolie.
  • Sameen Shaw from Person of Interest. She's seen to flirt with both men and women and finally kisses Root, to refreshingly little surprise or comment from other characters.
  • Proven Innocent: Madeline had a relationship with a female inmate during her time in prison. She's dating a man now, but they still share a kiss when Maddie goes to visit her. After she finds out he's a reporter investigating her, Madeline rekindles the past relationship.
  • Lindsey from Queer as Folk puts her relationship with long time partner Melanie in trouble when she has an affair with a man. She also has a long standing unrequited love for Brian Kinney.
  • Revenge: In 1x07, you find out both Nolan and Tyler are bisexual. Also, they're screwing.
  • The reboot ‘’Roswell, New Mexico’’ has Michael Guerin, who has a passionate, complicated love story with Alex but also sleeps with and develops feelings for Maria. He even spells it out to Max:
    ’’We are literally aliens, are you gonna hold me to some outdated binary of sexuality? I’m bisexual, Max. It’s not that complicated.’’
  • Schitt's Creek portrays more than one pansexual or bisexual character:
    • David identifies as pansexual and has had onscreen sexual relationships with Stevie, Jake, Sebastien Raine and Patrick. He has also made reference to multiple other partners in his past, often not specifying the gender. He lost his virginity to "Tilda Swinton".
    • Jake is bisexual and has had sexual relationships with Stevie and David.
    • Sebastien Raine is implied to be bisexual or pansexual, as he has relations with David but flirts with Stevie.
    • Alexis, while portrayed as primarily straight, has talked about being part of throuples/threeway relationships in the past, which could hint at bisexuality.
  • The Todd from Scrubs, of the Anything That Moves variety.
  • Sex and the City:
    • Discussed in one episode, in which Samantha announces, out of the blue, that she is in a relationship with a woman (played by Brazilian actress Sonia Braga) though the girls, who have apparently never heard of bisexuals, take it as more of a sudden sexual preference switch:
      Carrie: How does that work? You go to bed one night, wake up the next morning and poof, you're a lesbian?
      Miranda: Oh, I forgot to tell you, I'm a fire hydrant!
      Carrie: Yeah, I'm a shoe! I always wanted to be one and poof, now I am!
    • A younger fling of Carrie's called Sean. He and his friends (one of them being Alanis Morisette) make up a nice little bisexual community. After meeting them, she becomes wonderfully anvilicious and declares their lifestyle as a form of not growing up.
  • Magnus Bane from Shadowhunters is a 400-year old warlock whose former relationship with Camille, a female vampire, is talked about at several points and had a huge impact on his character. His current relationship with Alec, a male shadowhunter, is a major part of the show. He also mentioned being attracted to men and women in one episode.
  • Stitchers: Camille says she dated a guy's sister longer than she dated him.
  • Even though he spends most (probably 90% of the entire series) of his time in a relationship with Mr. Lahey, Randy from Trailer Park Boys likes women too. As Bubbles says, shielding his eyes from the website Randy just opened, he "likes all sorts of stuff".
  • Ugly Betty: Alexis is a trans woman who was married to a woman before coming out, and gets a boyfriend afterwards.
  • The Unusuals: Nicole, Eddie's wife, was schoolmates with Casey, and used to be in love with her.
  • Vida: In season two it's revealed Emma is bisexual, rather than a lesbian as she seemed at first. This is Played for Drama to a degree, as some lesbians she meets are skeptical of this.
  • Ragnar from Vikings is pretty excited and eager about inviting Athelstan to have sex with him and his wife, Lagertha, and seems disappointed when Athelstan turns them down.
    • Lagertha has married multiple men, has a threesome with a man and his wife and then has a female lover named Astrid in the latter half of season 4.
  • Warehouse 13: Apparently (female) H.G. Wells is bisexual, with a nonchalant coming out.
    H.G.: I know a thing or two about the opposite sex. Many of my lovers were men.
  • Karen Walker from Will & Grace has expressed attraction to women, and Grace in particular, on multiple occasions. Although, considering this is Karen we're talking about, her sexual preferences drift away from "bisexual" into "Anything That Moves" or "Too Drunk to Tell the Difference", frequently. One episode though bizarrely averted this and went straight into No Bisexuals territory. A cute guy moves into Will and Grace's apartment building, and they both flirt with him. He invites them both to dinner at his place on the same night; Will and Grace spend the entire evening trying to determine if the cutie is straight or gay, and never even consider that he might be into both of them.
  • Euphoria: Cal Jacobs has numerous videos of himself having sex with both male and female hookups.


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