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Something Straight Between Us 

When Andrew Colton moves into the building, Geoff and Stanley's gaydar immediately goes off. Even Yuri is confused about his own sexuality when he admires Andrew's butt before he realizes ... See full summary »

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Geoff McAlister
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Stanley Wasserman
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Andrew Colton
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Chris Colton
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Sault Ste. Marie
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Yuri Kukoc
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Thomas Dalton ...
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Fred Fochs
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When Andrew Colton moves into the building, Geoff and Stanley's gaydar immediately goes off. Even Yuri is confused about his own sexuality when he admires Andrew's butt before he realizes that the butt belongs to a man. When Andrew mentions his partner "Chris" to Geoff, Geoff assumes that Chris is a man. However much to Geoff's surprise and somewhat dismay, Chris ends up being a woman. Because of Geoff's interest in Andrew, Stanley throws out one coy gay reference after another to Andrew. Geoff, on the other hand, is angry and confused about what he sees as Andrew's denial of who he is as a person, and during a moment of drunkenness and out of lust, Geoff tries to kiss Andrew. Andrew is taken aback and angry by Geoff's move. Geoff's attempted kiss coincides with continuing problems between himself and Stanley, primarily surrounding the imbalance in their relationship around money and its associated power. Although Geoff tries to bury the hatchet between himself and Andrew, Andrew is ... Written by Huggo

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