Your Existence Pleases Me → Mofftiss (Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat)
Gatiss: Why would we marry John? We’re both already married.
Moffat: And very happy with each other.
WHY WOULD YOU EVEN ASK?
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“[…] What’s amazing is, it doesn’t matter how many times you say they’re not going to kiss, they’re not together, they love each other but that’s the point, it’s the single most imperishable friendship in the whole of English literature that’s the way it works, it’s totally unspoken that they love each other in a way that men can do but they’re not gay for each other. But it doesn’t matter how many times you say that, an entire forest of dirty fiction has arisen as a result. And long may it continue, I don’t know what it’s about… [laugh] […] I’m very aware of it [slash fiction]. God I’m aware of it because people come and talk about it everytime we do any kind of event but I supposed the history of it is going way back, I think it started with Kirk and Spock. Anything like that has a kind of slash element and it’s an interesting thing because you’re brought up on the idea that heterosexual men get off on the notion of lesbians but the flip side of it is just as powerful, particularly I think for girls of a certain age. The idea of two sexy men getting it on is a really powerful aphrodisiac.”
—Mark Gatiss in Gay Times.
Well, ok then.
HE FELL OVER NAKED.
I NEED BLOOPERS