Here’s a breif excerpt about the censorship in the Luke/Noah storyline:
AE: After the first kiss, there was a big brouhaha when the intimacy evaporated. Some called it a moratorium. Was P&G buckling under pressure from conservatives?
JS: I remember thinking it was pretty lame. We never officially found out where it was coming from, though it was obvious. At the time we didn’t talk about it, we toed the party line. The issue could have been handled more sensitively, for sure. It’s not my place to point fingers, but the reluctance was there.
AE: Noah and Luke finally had sex, but the action was off screen. Do you feel the post-coital scene, where you came out of the shower, was a fair depiction?
JS: No, I don’t. It could have been directed a number of ways. I understand both sides of the story. The relationship is more about love, not sex. There was probably a happy medium somewhere in between that they could have shown.
Posted on December 23, 2010 @ 11:17 PM. Leave a comment?