In olden times, the people behind the so-called gay agenda wanted nothing more than what everyone else already had: marriage, kids, suburban bliss, job security and equal access to all the benignly merry things in life. Does getting all the basic things make us too … basic? In what was originally thought to be a victory for the vanilla, we gained a thousand new flavors. Why else would conservative groups still be losing their minds over this?
But still, most years, I return to it. Warning: spoilers ahead. This, as you might expect, does not go so well. Garber is focused on a run for mayor, which will apparently come crumbling down if any of his adult children steps a toe out of line by, say, coming out of the closet or admitting their marriage is a sham. Obviously, you know roughly how this is all going to end. Cue the Tegan and Sara original song and fade to black.