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Old 09-23-2006, 09:50 PM   #1
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Default I'm sorry but Ron was acting a liitle too Gay for me when he sad goodbye to Dwayne in

the Finale. Men are not supposed to show their emotions like that nd HUGGING-lol It would have been ok for Ron to get Emotional after Dwayne Left but while he was there?????? That was so Gay-lol


BTW: when Fonzie said Goodbye to Richie on Happy Days, when he felt himself getting a little emotional he held it back and quickly left but he defintely didn't hug Richie and CRY. lol
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I don't think it was gay at all. They had been real close and lived together for 5 years and from what I understand, Ron only had a sister and Dwayne was an only child so they were like brothers. I thought it was touching that he was going to actually miss his friend that he saw every single day.

There's nothing wrong with a man crying or hugging another in a (I'm going to miss you) kinda way. And it was a manily hug it wasn't like two women hugging or anything.

Also whenever I see that episode and the ending I get teary lol
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I don't think it was gay at all. They had been real close and lived together for 5 years and from what I understand, Ron only had a sister and Dwayne was an only child so they were like brothers. I thought it was touching that he was going to actually miss his friend that he saw every single day.

There's nothing wrong with a man crying or hugging another in a (I'm going to miss you) kinda way. And it was a manily hug it wasn't like two women hugging or anything.

Also whenever I see that episode and the ending I get teary lol

I just didn' like the way he was crying. He could have been a little teary eyed but not boo hooing-lol
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I just didn' like the way he was crying. He could have been a little teary eyed but not boo hooing-lol

He wasn't boo hooing, he was chocked up, Watch the episode over. I saw no tears coming out of his eyes. I know that episode backwards and forwards.
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He wasn't boo hooing, he was chocked up, Watch the episode over. I saw no tears coming out of his eyes. I know that episode backwards and forwards.

Well that's what I saw and heard on Oxygen-lol
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Well that's what I saw and heard on Oxygen-lol

Whatever, I saw the Oxygen episode, the original episode and my local channel episode and they all end the same and show the same thing. And there were no tears coming out of Ron's eyes. He was just choked up and was trying to hold back from crying.
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I can tell the threads you've authored just by reading the titles...
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I thought it wasn't 'gay', it was rather touching! Everytime I see this epsiode, I tear up myself
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He did cry,but he was going to miss his friend who he known for a long time,that last one always make me cry...
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Gay has nothing to do with it. I think you better be careful with throwing that term around brother. I mean, we all know what you like, dislike and so forth. It is not unmanly to show one's emotions. Just because you don't do that, doesn't make you or anyone else a man. Fonzie was trying to be "cool"...which is stupid, because with real friends, coolness plays no part in showing how you feel.
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Gay has nothing to do with it. I think you better be careful with throwing that term around brother. I mean, we all know what you like, dislike and so forth. It is not unmanly to show one's emotions. Just because you don't do that, doesn't make you or anyone else a man. Fonzie was trying to be "cool"...which is stupid, because with real friends, coolness plays no part in showing how you feel.

He could have been more manly about it. I just think he was TOO EMOTIONAL around another man.
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I know he was upset because he wasn't there at the farewell party and he allowed something like $$ to get in the way of their friendship. He was mad at himself and also he was going to miss his best friend. Man or Woman, emotions are emotions. It was only the two of them in the room.
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I know he was upset because he wasn't there at the farewell party and he allowed something like $$ to get in the way of their friendship. He was mad at himself and also he was going to miss his best friend. Man or Woman, emotions are emotions. It was only the two of them in the room.

But couldn't he have just been teary eyed instead of Boo-hooing?-lol
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Where did you see him crying? I saw him choked up and obviously sad, he hugged Dwayne and had sadness in his eyes. But there were no tears.
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Where did you see him crying? I saw him choked up and obviously sad, he hugged Dwayne and had sadness in his eyes. But there were no tears.


He was crying out loud no tears. Tears would have been better
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