After months of chemotherapy Paul confesses his cancer diagnosis to his family, having just three months left to live. Distraught, Mike is forced to step in as the family provider. Left to his own devices, Mike whips up a fresh creme brûlée — calming the situation momentarily. Meanwhile Kelsey has started drinking again, but finds herself in trouble when caught in a bar fight at a lesbian biker bar, will she be able to escape?
This week on the show, we talk about Kelsey’s boyfriend Eastside, Paul’s nerd-camp in Los Angeles, how Paul is just one step away from having a Mexican boyfriend, and we discuss the big fight between Paul and Kels. Plus Mike’s noodle restaurant experience and we give Paul a eulogy, just in case he dies before the next episode.
We give you an exclusive look at the behind the scenes drama of The Ploy this week, its like “Glee” but gayer.
Paul gives us a preview of the Annual Scaretacular coming October 31st, and in “Popcorn Paul” reviews the new HBO series “Boardwalk Empire”.
Rick Sanchez is in hot water over comments made on a Sirius XM radio show last week, since being fired from CNN he has been on an apology tour, but should he be? Mike and Paul debate whether he actually said anything offensive in the first place.
We take a look at one of the hottest musical groups on YouTube, newly signed “Ahmir” (take a look at more of their music here at their YouTube page).
Plus Hollywood Blitz and some weirdness from the Californian race for Governor.