Grace has a new friend, Willie, who is accompanied by his nanny, Kurt Jacobs, on any play dates between the two kids. Although Fran thinks Kurt is handsome, she knows that he's gay and thus she doesn't hit on him. Kurt displays many of the gay stereotypes: he works in a traditionally female-dominated profession, he's good looking and obsessed with his looks and is an aspiring Broadway actor. Because Kurt's gay, Maxwell allows Kurt many liberties - such as allowing him into Fran's room - that he would not not allow any other man. And also because Kurt is gay, Fran treats him just like one of the girls and doesn't put on any false impressions of herself. What Fran comes to realize is that Kurt is actually straight, which she figures out when he hits on her. This realization changes both the way Fran and Maxwell see Kurt. Fran and Kurt start dating, whereas Maxwell can't figure out why he is concerned that Fran and Kurt are dating. Although things don't work out between Fran and Kurt, ... Written by
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You're straight? Ugh, I can't believe this! Oh, this dress is going back!
[runs into her closet
It's too slutty, even for me! When did you find out you were straight? Does your mother know? What'd she do, dress you in boy's clothes?
Fran, come out of the closet.
No. You go back into the closet. I cannot believe I told you what I do for yeast infections. I bought Correctol in front of you. AAAARRRGGHH! You saw me without makeup on!
References All My Children