The gray haired guy isn't gay - they were just doing a routine together. He may be closeted, but that is not "openly gay."I thought it was pretty well established that Kirk was straight back during Angels in America.I don't remember the details but there was obviously a lot of interest because his Pryor Walter was so terrific.I always thought that Justin Kirk (the adorable Andy on Weeds) was a gay acting straight man. Now I find out he is single, which makes me think that my pinging gaydar might be right. He did an interview in the Advocate years ago where he denied it and said he's metrosexual, or something to that effect, and conceded he's never been good in relationships with women.He also dated Mary Louise Parker, if I recall, after the Crudup breakup. My friend saw him with that gray-haired guy on Mad Men at some comedy club in LA doing a routine together and Justin is open about it now. I can't tell you how many gay gasps followed by a sighting turn out not to be the person they claim. Otherwise, his public interviews are his statements that he's not gay.After the acting wasteland of the late 90s, I was mesmerized.Also, Jenna Fischer's first husband was Lee Kirk, not Justin. I saw him twice during the run of "Love, Valour," and if he isn't gay, the Academy should give him a Lifetime Achievement Award right now.(Love his penis, too.)[quote]It's hard to believe they would cast someone straight in the important Kirk role in Angels.
wrapped its run Sunday with an hourlong finale that brought back several faces from Agrestic to Connecticut -- where, after a time jump, little Stevie is now preparing for his bar mitzvah.
STORY: Jenji Kohan, Mary-Louise Parker Say Farewell to ' Weeds' Rabbi David Bloom (David Julian Hirsh): After Andy left, Nancy converted and became Mrs.
Bloom, with the couple raising Stevie as a good Jewish kid and keeping the details of his father's dark history from him. Tim Scottson (Daryl Sabara): The orphaned son of Nancy's Dead Husband No.
Parker maintained a strong theater presence in the early 1990s, but also built her reputation on the big screen, starring with Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones in The Client (1994); with John Cusack in Bullets Over Broadway (1994); and with Drew Barrymore and Whoopi Goldberg in Boys on the Side (1995), as a woman with AIDS.
It was first broadcast on 18 March 1985 and currently airs on digital channel Eleven.