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You see, that’s the thing about being gay — there are a few additional steps you have to take before you can jump into a relationship or even feel comfortable admitting you’re attracted to someone.

Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects. Andy did the Sonoma hotel shuffle this past weekend.

Coda...finito..eye...that's a wrap...that's all folks. He actually thinks that hotels should have electrical outlets in their rooms. And speaking of a damn fine cup of coffee, Andy's become a better-late-than-never devotee of Twin Peaks! This episode is chock full of juicy behind-the-scenes info about the guys, themselves and how they got involved with Red Eye. No m Andy's off, but Ben's back, gushing about his recent gig (er, for a different podcast) at The Independent venue in San Francisco.

(AP Photo/The Daily News, Maria Sestito) (The Associated Press) My ex-fiance and I parted ways a few months ago. It’s much less intimidating when the introduction is done for you, either through a friend or facilitated by an activity. To quote the Matt Damon classic “We Bought a Zoo,” “all you need is 20 seconds of insane courage” to strike up a conversation, and something great could come of it.

Brainstorm the places where you don’t feel like you’ll freak out. Finding some place where you already feel confident might be your best bet. Maybe you’re more comfortable meeting someone as a friend first and not automatically overanalyzing your relationship potential.

If you listen closely, you might even get some important flying tips!

Black coffee gets a mention, and yeah, more Casablanca references! As a special treat, we hear an Tom and Andy talk travel today.

Ari Gold (born 1967) is Vincent Chase's movie agent. This is likely an empty boast designed to make Eric feel insecure about his tepid relationships with women.

He was an undergraduate at Harvard University before earning his J. Towards the end of Season 2, Ari gets into rivalry with Terrance Mc Quewick, his partner, the majority owner of the agency.

Also, I knew somewhere deep inside of myself that telling another boy I thought he was cute wouldn’t serve me well on the playground. I didn’t tell anyone, and certainly not another boy, that I thought they were cute for nine years.

In that time, my straight peers were afforded the opportunity to openly experience lust, and love, attraction, heartbreak, jealousy, and a full range of physical affection that I was closed off from.

When Ari attempted to break away from the agency along with eight other agents, he was ratted out by Adam Davies (a rival agent), and was forced out by Terrance, who attempted to have his employees sign letters of commitment to his company.