Did the writers of this episode not see the previous episode? This show is getting like a sitcom in that no matter what happens during an episode, everything returns to baseline at the beginning of the next episode. Frank was a famous gay-rights advocate at the end of the previous episode. he was also going to be a famous cured-gay. In this episode for some reason he is homeless and about to die. Like Queer as Folk and Oz this is another cable show with potential that can't seem to figure out what it wants to be. For how long has Lip been in his senior year of high school? For how many years has the baby been a baby? Last time I checked the Army didn't take recruits, even if they were 18, without checking criminal history, fingerprints, etc. One week Frank is banned from the house, the next they all have to get together to help Frank. Rinse and repeat. This show is starting to remind me of Laverne and Shirley.
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