Queer Eye

Season 2 Episode 2

Conquering the Catwalk: David G.

Aired Tuesday 12:00 AM Jun 08, 2004 on Bravo
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Conquering the Catwalk: David G.
David G is a regular slobby straight guy who likes jeans& T shirts, building his own furniture, and doing monkey impressions. Unfortunately his wife, Jess, a handbag designer, wishes his style was a little more chic. David feels out of place at Jess's fashion events. The Fab Five are more than willing to help him build his confidence so he can walk with her on the runway.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Thom: Can you teach me to play Havah Nagila?
        David: You can play the piano?
        Thom: Yeah, I took lessons a kid.
        David: Me too!
        Thom: Ooh, connecting.

      • David (looking at a shiny shirt): This was from the time...
        Carson: Oh, this must be from when you were gay?

      • Carson: I think we should make him a little less geeky, a little more chic-ey.

        Carson: Oh my goodness! The hills are alive with the sound of bad footwear.

        Thom (Stamping on plastic glass): We're very safe Jewish people.

        Kyan: And then you stand in the shower with an electrical device. Which always seems like a good idea.

        Kyan: Oh my gaudy!

        David: You've earned my trust.
        Thom: Are you serious or are you kidding?

        Thom: I'm the straight guy, you're the decorator. You tell me what to do.

        Thom: Was it fun being gay?

        Thom: We're going to use a dragging brush... It doesn't mean you dress up as a woman when you use it.

        Carson: Love you more than my Louis!
        Jai: And that's a lot. Trust me.

        Jai: Thom, let me drive! Let me drive!
        Thom: No! Get away! Get away!

        Thom: I'd have to wear rose colored glasses in this house because it's so HARRIBLE!

        Carson: You're the business partner. You're the Dolce of Dolce and Gabana. You're the Pra of Prada.

        Fab Five (singing to the tune of Havah Nagila): Yarmulke, I lost my yarmulke...

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (0)