The very first thing the PRGayBoys said to each other when it became obvious that Laura was in the Final Four was “We’re going to get to see her place!” From that point on, this episode has been known not as “The Season Finale Part 1″ or even “The one where Tim visits the designers,” but as “The one where they go to Laura’s place!!!”
We have designgasms every time we look at it. And we’ve looked at it a lot.
We love how this was what they showed as Laura was saying “It’s a great space for the kids.” We know you love them, but those are shoes, honey. The kids are the blurry things holding the poop.
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The picture’s sweet and she looks cute, but she looks almost exactly like the last girl one of the PRGayBoys ever dated. Could there be aspects of lingering, vestigial heterosexuality to our LauraLove?
Naah. Still wanna go shopping with her.
Only Laura would consider 20 caged birds a suitable addition to her work space.
We’ve avoided talking about any of the clothes because we’re waiting to see the collections walk down the runway, but since this didn’t wind up in the final collection, it’s fair game. We have to say, we “responded” better to this than Tim did. He was right that it didn’t fit in the collection, but we actually liked this piece. It wasn’t perfect and there was definitely too much going on (which is unusual for Laura) but it was in its own way, gorgeous – and a major departure for Laura.
It took an hour of frame-by-frame to get this image.
It was worth it.
The look of pure gay horror dawning on Tim’s face is priceless, yes?
They’re adorable. Like a living Hirschfeld drawing. Actually, Laura’s husband looks like a character actor in a 1930s movie. “Go to casting and get me an architect type! Tell them to pull from their “intellectual” file! If that’s no good, get me someone from “mad scientists!”