Thanks. I read thru the series summary just enough to get a feel for the basic plot, but not to spoil the finer points. I generally try to avoid spoilers, it's more fun that way imo.
Fantastic name Charro, always loved her. There's a woman who obviously knows how to have fun.
I didn't even know there was a movie by the name. Oops, sorry.
I was always fascinated by Charro as a small child when she was a regular tv personality in the 70s. She made a recent appearance on RuPaul's Drag Race and still looked great, hadn't changed all that much over the many years.
I just assume any male posting regularly on a nighttime soap opera board is gay- I'm sure there is the rare bird who isn't, but it's sort of a reverse in the population- 95 percent gay, 5 percent straight. I'm not sure if many lesbians like these soaps or not, they seem to stalk the Kelly Clarkson boards.
Good point, gay men are more likely to be that into soaps than their hetero brothers. I've known some lesbians to get into soaps, but it is more of a gay male thing. Kelly Clarkson is a lesbian icon? I had no idea.
Gay here in the ATL
Pam's Twin Sister (07-21-2012)
How many fans became gay after watching DALLAS? That what I want to know!
Considering I was in elemetry school when Dallas came on, aw, hell, no, I really was already gay then anyways.
Gay here too. Whereas Dynasty had most of the hot guys on the show, Dallas had one of television's best female gay icons with Sue Ellen. We do enjoy an alcoholic, verbally abused, "rise from the ashes" survivor character.
Speaking of the guys on Dallas, is it just me or is it generally thought that Patrick Duffy wasn't sexy or desirable? I just don't get it. I thought he was pretty hunky back in the day, but maybe it's just his wholesome quality that turns people off. I never see him listed as one of the hottest guys of the 80s or having any kind of sex appeal. I guess he's just a hit or miss with most people. Somebody clear that up for me.