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Houston Voice, June 3, 2005 - File 013. 2005-06-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 17, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1051/show/1038.

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Title Houston Voice, June 3, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date June 3, 2005
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript Blame it on kabbalah Gossip columnists say squabbles between Madonna and hubby are cut from her new documentary Page 17 JUNE 3, 2005 ^iX feet'over & out HBO'S BELOVED SERIES KICKS OFF ITS FIFTH AND FINAL SEASON By BRIAN M0YLAN T'S SOMETIMES DARK AND sometimes light. It's often funny and just as often sad. More often than not, it's both wacky and deadly serious — at the same time. Perhaps this explains the appeal of HBO's "Six Feet Under." "Six Feet Under" is especially popular with gay audiences who tuned in to the show's debut in 2001 not only for the great storytelling, but also for the relationship between gay funeral director David Fischer (Michael C. Hall) and former police officer and now bodyguard Keith Charles (Mathew St. Patrick). They offer one of the most starkly honest portrayals of gay men on TV Co-executive Producer Alan Poul and Creator Alan Ball, both gay, knew from the beginning that "Six Feet Under" would have a limited run. At the beginning of the show's fourth season, Ball decided that after the fifth season it was time to end it. "Alan had some ideas about how he wanted to end, but the details — the shocking details — were all worked out over the course of this year," Poul says. As last season ended. David, still harried from his torture after a car jacking, admitted his various infidelities and Keith admitted that he had an affair with the female singer he was working for as a bodyguard. Though they characteristically fought about it, they also characteristically forgave each other. Nate (Peter Krause) discovered his former brother-in- law murdered his ex-wife, Lisa (Lily Taylor), with whom Nate has a child. He returned home to seek solace from the perennially troubled Brenda (Rachel Griffiths), who became a psychologist. RUTH (FRANCES CONROY), NATE AND DAVID'S mother, discovered her new husband, George (James Cromwell), is suffering from a mental illness that causes him to be insufferable at times. Ruth's other child, Claire (Lauren Ambrose), shacked up, again, with Brenda's crazy brother Billy (Jeremy Sisto). Funeral home co-owner Rico (Freddy Rodriguez) finalized his divorce from Vanessa (Justina Machado). Surprisingly, in the first episode, the only people •f) MORE INFO Gay couple David (Michael C. Hall, left) and Keith (Mathew SL Patrick) are actually getting along during the fifth and final season of HBO's 'Six feet Under' (Photo by John P. Johnson/HBO) "Six Feet Under' HBO Mondays at 8 p.m. associated with Fisher & Diaz Funeral Home who are in a good place are Keith and David, who are thinking about starting a family. Nate and Brenda are planning a wedding and trying to have a baby together. But with them, it's never smooth sailing. Meanwhile, Ruth feels tricked because George, who is incapacitated by the electroshock treatments he needs to keep him sane, didn't tell her about his illness before their hasty marriage. She's also not speaking to Claire, who has decided to quit school to concentrate on her art full-time. Rico is also adrift now that he's without Vanessa and dating again. Though the season lightens up quickly, it starts off on a dark note that includes a showdown between Brenda and Lisa's ghost. It is one of the program's rawest scenes to date. The final season also features two new characters: George's daughter, Maggie (Tina Holmes), who moves into the funeral home to help care for her father, and Roger (Matt Malloy), the gay film producer who David attacked last season — and who now employs Keith as his bodyguard. Poul says that, as has often happened on the show, a bit character took on a life of his own. "Roger is a clas sic case of a character who starts off as rather two- dimensional," he explains. "Matt Malloy brings so many colors and shading to the character, it made us want to keep him alive and let Roger begin to become a layered person with more sides." One of those sides includes promiscuous Roger being married to a woman {played by the unforgettable Julie Brown). As for David and Keith, they're still 12 episodes away from living happily ever after. This is something St. Patrick says would be refreshing for the bickering duo. "I would have been happy with maybe not as much fussing and fighting," he says. "We could have used some times where we really got along and could have been more appreciative of each other and non- confrontational." What St. Patrick says any couple can learn from David and Keith is perseverance. "They have gone through some tough situations. The first time you see Keith is at David's father's funeral," he says. "If you get someone who loves and supports you and will take care of you and will fight for you, I think you have a winner. You should really appreciate that and value that and realize that you have a great situation." 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