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Keir Gilchrist: When we talk about pioneering gay and queer characters on TV, it’s an oversight to forget about Marshall Gregson, a kid we saw explore his sexuality and make the difficult decision to be out in high school, and yet Gilchrist hasn’t gotten very much work since 2011. He’ll be on an upcoming episode of Adult Swim’s Newsreaders, so maybe his TV sister is hooking him up with her new friends (or enough people finally got around to seeing It’s Kind of a Funny Story).
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Keir Gilchrist: When we talk about pioneering gay and queer characters on TV, it’s an oversight to forget about Marshall Gregson, a kid we saw explore his sexuality and make the difficult decision to be out in high school, and yet Gilchrist hasn’t gotten very much work since 2011. He’ll be on an upcoming episode of Adult Swim’s Newsreaders, so maybe his TV sister is hooking him up with her new friends (or enough people finally got around to seeing It’s Kind of a Funny Story).

Read more: Catching Up with United States of Tara Alumni

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"It was some of the most satisfying work that  I’ve done. But you also have to understand that when you’re dealing in  the realm of the small and weird, things don’t always survive. You just  appreciate them as long as you can, and treasure the experience.  Sometimes I think about the mythical fourth or fifth seasons, and where  it would have gone. I think we still had a lot of stories to tell. But  it wrapped up nicely, considering that we didn’t know it was going to be  the last episode."
-Diablo Cody on United States of Tara
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"It was some of the most satisfying work that I’ve done. But you also have to understand that when you’re dealing in the realm of the small and weird, things don’t always survive. You just appreciate them as long as you can, and treasure the experience. Sometimes I think about the mythical fourth or fifth seasons, and where it would have gone. I think we still had a lot of stories to tell. But it wrapped up nicely, considering that we didn’t know it was going to be the last episode."

-Diablo Cody on United States of Tara

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