As a member of the gay community as well as a veteran of TV and film with over 15 years of production experience, I was initially very excited to hear about Q Live and the Network (especially since it was produced locally). When I found out that I couldn't even see the show (not even with satellite) in TX, I was a little confused. Why would they produce a show somewhere that people couldn't even see it. Upon actually seeing it, I understood why. I had a friend from NY send me tapes of the show, and I must say that I'm EXTREMELY disappointed. Actually disappointed doesn't quite sum it up. I was INSULTED...and I can't even decide if I'm more insulted as a homosexual or a production professional. Not only is every aspect of this show done with less production value than some of the local cable access shows and high school A/V programs (they couldn't get through a segment without countless production flaws), but the content couldn't be worse. This show neither entertains NOR informs. It does nothing other than spend a ridiculous 2.5 hours perpetuating gay and lesbian stereotypes in a boring, tasteless, and unintelligent manner. You would think that a show this shallow would at least have some eye-candy as hosts, but they're almost as hideous to look at as they are unbearable to listen to. Taffett is incapable of developing an original thought of his own, while Eastwood's abrasive and pseudo-intellectual lesbian tirades make for some of the worst television I've seen in years. I felt like I was getting "stupider" watching this show...and then to find out that the GLBT community is expected to PAY A MONTHLY FEE to see this network centerpiece!...Well Q, you must think we are pretty stupid and desperate. I know a great number of gays and lesbians that have worked hard to produce quality programming. This show gives a bad name to us and all that we have accomplished. After watching this show, viewers will want their money AND the 2 and a half hours of their lives back. It's almost enough to make me want to go straight!