In episode twenty-one of Gay Card Revoked, Rob and Robbie look at Paul Rudnick, Patron Saint of 90s Gay Movies, and his incredible 1993 story JEFFREY, about a gay man who decides it's easier to be alone than to be in love.....until he meets the dreamy, HIV+ Steve.
Joining the boys is Bryan Batt, who played Darius in the play and film version of Jeffrey, and is best known for his performance as the closeted art director Sal on AMC's Mad Men. The boys discuss the ability to laugh during a pandemic, why Kathy Najimy is a National Treasure, how Bryan got the role of Darius, what it was like riding a van with Sir Patrick Stewart, the Who's-Who of cameos that appear in this film, dancing a hoe-down with Christine "Good Work, Kalinda" Baranski, and why this movie's message of hope still resonates today!
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