Queer Eye For The Straight Guy

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  • TV-14
  • 1970
  • 5 Seasons
  • 6.3  (2,500)

Queer Eye For The Straight Guy was a popular reality television show that aired on Bravo from 2003 to 2007. The series was a reboot of the classic show 'Queer Eye', which originally aired in 2003. The show was hosted by a team of five gay men, known as the 'Fab Five', who would provide a straight man with a complete makeover, covering everything from his appearance to his home and personal lifestyle. The team consisted of Jai Rodriguez, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, and Blair Boone, all of whom were experts in their respective fields.

Jai Rodriguez was the show's culture expert, who would help the straight man become more worldly and sophisticated. Ted Allen was the food and wine expert, who would help the man learn how to cook and entertain guests. Kyan Douglas was the grooming expert, who would help the man transform his appearance, from his hair to his skincare routine. Thom Filicia was the design expert, who would help the man update his living space and make it more attractive. Finally, Blair Boone was the fashion expert, who would help the man develop his personal style and choose the perfect outfit for any occasion.

The show was known for its upbeat and positive approach, as the Fab Five tried to provide the straight man with the tools he needed to improve his life. The show was also famous for its emotional moments, as the Fab Five often formed close bonds with their clients and helped them through difficult personal struggles.

Each episode of the show would feature a new straight man who was in need of a makeover. The Fab Five would spend a week with him, working on his appearance, home, and personal lifestyle. The show was structured around a series of challenges, in which the straight man was asked to perform a task related to his new makeover. For example, he might be asked to cook a meal for his friends, or to redecorate his living room using the tips he had learned from the Fab Five.

Throughout each episode, the Fab Five would provide the straight man with expert advice and guidance. They would take him shopping for new clothes, teach him how to apply makeup, and show him how to create the perfect hairstyle. They would also help him to update his living space, selecting new furniture and decor, and offering tips on how to organize his home.

At the end of each episode, the Fab Five would unveil the results of their work, revealing the straight man's new look, home, and personal style. The transformations were often dramatic and emotional, as the straight man would be overcome with gratitude and emotion at the changes that had taken place in his life.

Overall, Queer Eye For The Straight Guy was an entertaining and uplifting show that provided viewers with a glimpse into the lives of ordinary men and the struggles they face in their personal and professional lives. The show was known for its inspiring stories and its positive message of hope and transformation. It was a groundbreaking show that helped to break down barriers and promote acceptance and understanding between different communities.

Queer Eye For The Straight Guy is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (92 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 1970.

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Willy Mosquera
9. Willy Mosquera
October 30, 2007
Willy Mosquera is from Ecuador, and he is also New York's nicest person, and the world's greatest dad, at least according to The New York Daily News and his children, respectively. He earned his titles the hard way. A reporter bugged Willy for almost an hour, asking for directions, subway fare, and use of his cell phone. And our super-friendly dad happily obliged, winning him the title of "The City's Nicest Guy." As for the true test of being a dad, Willy's passed that, too. Recently divorced, but still a model father, he is ecstatic to learn that his 16-year-old son, Nathan will be moving in with him...but where is he going to go? His small apartment plus his huge furniture is a big problem. Jai is really taking this one to heart with help from his fellow Fabbers. Flying Willy's father in from Ecuador for this special occasion is a surprise sure to bring tears to everyone's eyes when this special makeover culminates with a traditional Ecuadorian feast.
Adam Green
8. Adam Green
October 30, 2007
Adam, a 32-year-old Executive Director and Founder of a non-profit called Rocking the Boat, works tirelessly to raise money to keep the organization alive. Needless to say, his social life is nonexistent and his apartment looks like a Frat house. The Fab Five come to his rescue to help him develop a long-term fundraising strategy and throw the ultimate boat launching party to honor the underprivileged kids who built a 16 ft sailboat and to attract some top notch corporate sponsors. Will Adam walk the plank or will the Fab Five help his event set sail?
Jeff Lubie
7. Jeff Lubie
October 23, 2007
Jeff Lubie is an unromantic "Average Joe" who has fallen in love with a girl way out of his league, and now he is ready to ask her to marry him. In order to get his true love Faith to put her faith in him, Jeff has to make some serious changes and fast. His family and friends all agree that he's very charming and funny, but he has a problem with responsibility and focus. The Fab Five help step up his look as Jeff undergoes a yes-worthy makeover that he hopes is good enough to seal the deal with Faith. In a ?Queer Eye? first, the Fab Five literally evacuate their straight guy from his completely inappropriate apartment and find him a new one! Can they miraculously carry out the ultimate ruse-make over the man, find the couple a new home and plan the ultimate surprise proposal? Tune-in to see if our heroine will be swept off her feet!
Wayne Sforza
6. Wayne Sforza
October 23, 2007
Between juggling a career as a NYC Fire Marshall, being a divorced and devoted father of two and boyfriend to his "uptown" girlfriend Catherine, Wayne Sforza is starting to feel a little overwhelmed. And not to forget, he also spends his free time - or what's left of it - biking with the Fire Riders, a group who ride in their spare time to raise money for the families of firefighters. Wayne and his tattoo-ed buddies are about to participate in a Charity Bachelor Auction for the Fire Riders and are in dire need of help from the Fab Five. They definitely have their work cut out for them as they transform the burly guys into polished hunks, and get Wayne ready for his life with his girls-his daughters AND Catherine.
Ryan Vause
5. Ryan Vause
October 16, 2007
?Queer Eye? becomes a virtual Freaky Friday of fabulousness when the Fab Five trade places and switch roles! The scientists in the Fab Lab swap Carson with Thom, Thom with Kyan, Kyan with Ted, Ted with Jai, and Jai with Carson. The lucky guy to partake in the Fabber's Freaky Friday is Ryan Vause, a happy newlywed and line cook at an upscale New York City Zagat-rated restaurant. Playing Mr. Mom during the day to his two children while his workaholic wife holds down two jobs as a personal trainer and realtor assistant, Ryan feels lost and would love to take the lead in his life. Ryan's inner turmoil is reflected outwardly in his ill kept house that seems to be decorated in "hobo chic," but that's all about to change when the Fab Five take over and help to transform him into the man he knows he could be.
Ronnie Bencosme
4. Ronnie Bencosme
October 16, 2007
The Fab Five go back to high school. Sporty 18 year-old, Ronnie is a high school senior at Sleepy Hollow High and with football, lacrosse, wrestling and dance to worry about, taking care of himself hasn't been a huge priority. The Fab Five come to the rescue just in time, on the day of his Senior Prom and right before he heads off to college. In order to make prom night perfect for his girlfriend, Liz, and to go to college a polished athlete, Ronnie needs to make some big changes. Will the Fab Five be able to take this scruffy teen to the next level?
Julie & Phil
3. Julie & Phil
October 9, 2007
Straight guy Phil Dickler is a school teacher trapped in the past, as evidenced by his monster trucks, long hair, animal skulls, field and stream ties, and alien creature collection. His students just can't relate, and his family is frozen in time too, with his son sporting a David Cassidy mullet and his wife's hair that hasn't lost a bit of its 80's frizz. This family's style is enough to make anyone cringe...especially the Fab Five. Not to mention Phil's endless collections of useless junk that's causing a midlife crisis and a serious rift in his marriage. His wife, Julie, has had it with the clutter and its time for the Fab Five to work their magic and bring this clutter bug back to the future with a "Monster" surprise to the make-better.
Tracie & Eric
2. Tracie & Eric
October 2, 2007
Eric is a small town boy from Denver, who grew tired of trying to meet women in the Denver bar scene and turned to online dating. He met Tracie, a city girl from New York on match.com. After six months of emails and phone calls the two are finally going to unite in person. Eric flies to New York City to meet the Fab Five and get ready for his big date with Tracie. With his tired look and small town attitude, Eric is in desperate need of an updated look and a little added confidence. The Fab Five come to the rescue and get these two ready for their big night. Will sparks fly or will this date be a dud?
Straight Guy Pageant (100th Episode)
1. Straight Guy Pageant (100th Episode)
October 2, 2007
The Emmy Award-winning reality series "Queer Eye" kicks off the final season with a "Straight Guy Pageant" hosted by the legendary Susan Lucci. The pageant will reunite the Fab Five - Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas, Thom Filicia, Carson Kressley and Jai Rodriguez - with former cast members of "Queer Eye" to see who has kept up, slacked off and who has gone beyond the Fabbers wildest expectations. Tune-in to find out who can throw together an outfit, shave with no blood, style a room and decorate a cake all while being gracious, funny and hot...and who will win the "Ultimate Straight Guy" crown.
Where to Watch Queer Eye For The Straight Guy
Queer Eye For The Straight Guy is available for streaming on the Bravo website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Queer Eye For The Straight Guy on demand at Amazon, Apple TV and Bravo.
  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 1970
  • IMDB Rating
    6.3  (2,500)