Queer Eye For The Straight Guy

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Upcoming episodes

Oct 18th
1000p

Thanksgiving Special

Famous for their "hip tips" and quick wit, no matter - and we mean this literally - how hairy the situation, the Fab Five are known for the charming grace and caring they give each of their subjects. This theme will carry forward in "A Very Queer Eye Thanksgiving" when the Fab 5 make surprise house calls to check up on straight guys from the past season.
Oct 18th
1100p

Joe Hagen (Dallas)

"Grab yer hats and don yer chaps — it's time for our second Texas make-better!Joe spends his days entertaining the seniors at local nursing home, but there's one older gentleman that he hasn't had the opportunity to sing for in a very long time: his father. Joe's parents divorced when he very young, and through his teen years he and his father just drifted apart. It's been twenty years since they last laid on eyes on one another.Now Joe is a father, too, raising his young son, River, with wife Penny. He would love nothing more than to introduce River to his grandfather, but could use a little assistance getting things ready. The Fab Five's mission: help Joe prepare — emotionally as well as superficially — for an overdue reunion that could change his life."
Oct 19th
1000p

Scott Buckley (Dallas)

"There's no way we could get out of Texas without giving avid equestrian Carson a chance to ride a horse. Fortunately, we found a straight guy with plenty of horse sense and precious little fashion sense.Scott grew up in a Texas horse training family, but went to Arizona to start a family of his own. There he met his girlfriend Jessica and together they had a lovely daughter, Katherine. When he was needed back home to help grow the family business, Scott returned to Texas. Jessica packed up the baby along with her horses and dogs, and drove from Arizona to join him, leaving her own family and friends behind. Upon arrival, she discovered that the house Scott had moved into was more of a heap than a home. The Fab Five's Mission: fix up the old ranch house for Jessica and Katherine, and show Scott how to make the ladies in his life feel like a true part of the family."
Oct 19th
1100p

Patrick Mullare

"Patrick is a 21-year-old college senior studying business who has recently shed unwanted pounds. Unfortunately, his sense of style hasn't caught up with his fabulous new body as his closet is full of couture that are from his heavy-weight days.Not only that, his smokin' new appearance has been getting attention from the ladies, yet instead of feeling encouraged, he feels resentful since they weren't paying much attention to him when he had the extra one-hundred pounds.The Fab Five's mission: help Patrick find new fab clothes to match his new fab bod and help him overcome his shyness and resentment of girls."
Oct 20th
1000p

Brian Mortensen

"Brian has two great loves in his life: his girlfriend Rachel and the New York Jets. Although she didn't know the first thing about the sport when they met on the Internet, Rachel has since become as much of a football fanatic as her boyfriend — which is a good thing, since the two live together (along with his daughter Heather and her daughter Sharaya), work together and attend every home game.Having found his soul mate, Brian is ready to tie the knot and has picked the perfect time and place to pop the question: this Sunday on the fifty-yard line. The Fab Five's mission: help this diehard Jets fan get his game face on for a proposal we hope Rachel can't refuse."
Oct 20th
1100p

Christmas Special (Moon Family)

Tis the season to be well-dressed, well-groomed, and made-better! "A Very Queer Eye Christmas," celebrates Christmas with Santa's favorite helpers- the Fab 5. Join Carson, Ted, Thom, Kyan, and Jai as they spend the holiday tackling one family's bad decorations, gifting needs, and Christmas clichés. A surprise ending makes this special "Queer Eye" episode a stocking stuffer for the whole family.
Oct 21st
1000p

Ray Steele

Private First Class Ray is in the army, and the possibility of being sent to Iraq has made him fear for the wellbeing of his partner Maria and their baby daughter. The Fab Five throw the pair a beautiful, heartrending wedding ceremony.
Oct 21st
1100p

Simon Britton (London)

The Fab Five have done their best with the straight men of America, and now it's the Brits turn. Former pop star Simon Britton has long wild red hair, a wardrobe of dungarees and bright fluffy sweaters, a tiny house with holes in the wall, and a wicked case of stage fright. Which of these things will hinder him the most as he prepares to release his comeback single? Well, none of them - it's Fab Five to the rescue in Queer Eye's first international make-better.
Oct 22nd
1000p

Darin Dobler (London)

The Fab Five are still in England, but they must be feeling homesick because they're making over another American! Darin is spending a year working towards his PhD at the University of Essex in Colchester. He and his wife Julie miss their native California, so the Fab Five help them get settled in by arranging a romantic night in London, culminating in a surprise visit from their family from back in the US!
Oct 22nd
1100p

Moose Lodge

"Calendar Release Party at the Moose Lodge to benefit Mooseheart. Loyal Order of Moose is afraternal and service organization founded in 1888, with nearly 1 million men in roughly 200,000Lodges in all 50 states and four Canadian provinces. The Huntington Charter, located in LongIsland has 300 members and is currently run by Stephen Gabriel, who has been a member ofMoose International for eight years. The Moose members want to update their image andencourage young members to join. The average age of a Moose member is 70 years old. 12members of the lodge will agree to do a naked Calendar shoot to raise money for charity andhopefully peek the interest of potential younger members. The twist? The Fab Five tell theMoose lodge they want to help organize a charity fundraiser to benefit Mooseheart. The catch—they will be selling a Calendar featuring various members of the Moose Lodge posed withcarefully placed items covering their unmentionables."