The Fab Five Head Back To High School For Prom Night And It's A Night Of Trading Places When The Boys Job Swap On Tuesday, October 16 From 9 To 11 PM ET/PT
NEW YORK � October 11, 2007 � It's a week of all new episodes on Bravo. First, James Lipton sits down with Academy Award-winning actor Anthony Hopkins, the Fab-Five go back to high school and a group of couples battle it out to see who is a better photographer on "Better Half." Images are available at www.nbcumv.com.
"QUEER EYE:" The Fab Five go back to school and trade places and switch roles in back to back episodes on Tuesday, October 16 from 9 to 11 PM ET/PT. At 9 PM ET/PT, Ronnie, an uber-athletic 18-year-old, is a high school senior and with football, lacrosse, wrestling and dance to worry about, taking care of his appearance hasn't been a huge priority. The Fab Five come to the rescue the day of his Senior Prom and help him make big changes so the night will be perfect for his girlfriend. Then at 10PM ET/PT, "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 experiment is Ryan Vause, a happy newlywed and line cook at an upscale New York City restaurant. Playing Mr. Mom during the day to his two children while his workaholic wife holds down two jobs, 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. Viewers can share their "Queer Eye" inspired makeovers at www.BravoTV.com and get daily hip tips, products the Fab Five can't live without and exclusive interviews by texting BRAVO to 27286.
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