Buck doesn’t think the mother deserves their help after what she did to her child, and if waiting these few seconds to load the mother into the ambulance costs the baby her life, it will be on Grant. Grant follows the ambulance to the hospital, and once the teen mother and baby are taken inside (this show isn’t a medical show, so we never learn what happens post-rescue), Grant reams out Buck.
Finally, despite Athena’s pleading not to, Michael explains the situation to his children: He’s gay.They have no plans to get divorced yet, which, um, is complicated. Once alone, Athena lets her husband have it: She’s been humiliated, how could he do this, he’s been lying to her. There is one more very attractive, very sad person risking his life to save people.You shouldn’t have good things in your life'." “If a homophobe can’t watch the show anymore because one of the characters is gay, then I’m glad something good has come out of it,” Slater added.“This is 2017 and we still have people throwing temper tantrums online because they don’t want to see gay characters.Michael spits back that as a 37-year-old who desperately wanted kids, Athena was able to look past what she must’ve known from the day they met.
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Silvestri allegedly told Fox execs that the children on the show, Matt and A. When it was brought up that gay men couldn’t adopt in Florida at the claimed date, Leftfield switched its story to say Silas was a legal guardian of the boys, as it was actually his now-deceased parents who had adopted Matt and A. As you might imagine, there’s no legit relationship between any of these people, and Silas’ parents are definitely alive and well. It turns out the other father and son that were originally a part of the show had to be dropped because, according to Silvestri, there was an “allegation that the purported father had molested his purported son.” We all know how well reality shows tied to molestation do.
Also, apparently another family company for the show, Dan & Suki, were brought in, but they were deemed “dishonest and incompetent” after allegedly selling a piano to a white couple for ,000 soon after agreeing to sell it to a Hispanic woman for 0, telling the later potential buyer that she didn’t offer up a large enough deposit. Leftfield was actually the ones doing the estate sales for Silas, as the family had allegedly left the business. Now, we all know that unscripted TV is almost never as ”real” as it’s projected to be, and that things go on behind the scenes that viewers shouldn’t see.
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The pilot episode of 9-1-1 wants you to know that this isn’t your mom’s procedural drama. I don’t presume to know what your mom does or doesn’t like. Regardless, the first hour of this new series attempts to prove itself a step above some of its more wholesome competition. The acting is very, very good — with a cast led by Angela Bassett, Connie Britton, and Peter Krause, how could it not be? We get it: We’re watching a show about people who chose to run toward danger.