Stephen Collins takes on a new role on ‘Brothers & Sisters’
By Greg Hernandez
HollywoodNews.com: Since so many of us have had a crush on Stephen Collins for like decades, what a treat it was to have him appear in a gay role on the ABC series ‘Brothers & Sisters’ last night.
Post-‘7th Heaven,’ the 60-something Collins (still dreamy) has been taking on all kinds of different roles including being a big, bad villain on another ABC series, ‘No Ordinary Family.’
On ‘Brothers & Sisters,’ he wasn’t a villain, just a heartbreaker. Poor Saul. He and Charlie (Collins) had been getting along terrifically with Charlie even pitching in to help sew stage costumes for Sarah’s son’s school play.
Saul later confides to Kevin and Scotty that he is afraid of telling Charlie that he is HIV-positive but a short time later, just as they are about to kiss, Saul does tell him.
Charlie backs away and says it’s not because he’s afraid of catching the virus, it’s that he lost his lover of 20 years to AIDS. He just did not have it in him again to lose someone like that. Saul assures him that he’s never been healthier.
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