With our apologies to U2, we take over the themes of Pride and Love. It's the end of June and Chadrick talks to Kris about what Pride Month, which used to be Pride Week, has meant over the years. What are their favorite places to celebrate Pride?
There's a cafe in New York dedicated to the Golden Girls TV show and neither host has any clue where it exactly is, but many shows now in syndication are all the rage right now and that makes one host very happy.
The meaning of our title needs no explanation. This show is dedicated to the victims of the recent and senseless tragedy that visited upon the LGBT community in the most gruesome way. Kris, Chadrick, Mama Lana (Kris' mom) patch together the show from Dallas and Houston and deliver their heart-felt thoughts about the tragedy. We run a bit long on this one as we name each victim to give them one more chance to be known to all. We then end with some words from our producer on what he thinks could be behind all this hate and how the tiny little things you can do today can start changing things for the better. We don't have all the answers and might not always be right, but it's sure worth a try to be better today than yesterday, isn't it?
This show has a pop tart, a snotty rag, a pair and a threesome -- NONE of that is what you think, except the pop-tart bit. In this show, Kris and Chadrick cover the rise of the woman, admitting to voyeurism, and going home with ugly. Speaking of ugly, we apologize for the quality of the audio in the interview portion, as Kris decided to use his iPhone as his microphone - in a noisy restaurant, then in a noisy car. The good news is that sharing that phone/mic was none other than the pair known as Kindle Alexander, authors extraordinaire. We hope that makes it all better.
Kris is back but he's not all there since he's got a bit of a cold, but Chadrick perks him right up with ideas for an anniversary getaway. Maybe Kris should go with Chadrick because all the ideas were for what Chadrick likes. Kris' favorite "pocket gay" talks about finding some magazines that caught his interest years ago. Surprisingly, they were sports mags. Surprisingly, they were not THAT kind of sports.