The Fab Five Help Nice Guys Finish First In The Final Two Episodes Of The Emmy-Award Winning Series "Queer Eye" On Tuesday, October 30 Starting At 9 PM ET/PT
NEW YORK � October 24, 2007 � It's a week of all new episodes on Bravo. James Lipton sits down with Academy Award-winning actress Halle Berry, the Fab-Five sign off in style by helping two "nice guys" finish first on the series finale of "Queer Eye," and couples battle it out to see who is a better hairdresser on "Better Half." Images are available at www.nbcumv.com.
"QUEER EYE:" In the final two episodes of Bravo's groundbreaking reality series "Queer Eye," the Fab Five sign off by transforming two nice guys on Tuesday, October 30 from 9:00 to 11:00 PM ET/PT. First, at 9 PM, the Fab Five come to the rescue of Adam, a 32-year-old Executive Director and Founder of a non-profit called "Rocking the Boat." In working tirelessly to help his organization stay afloat, Adam's personal life has taken the toll with a non-existent social life and an apartment that looks like a Frat house. The Fab Five step in to help him develop a long-term fundraising strategy. Then in the series finale of "Queer Eye" at 10 PM, the Fab Five meet Willy Mosquera, New York's nicest person and the world's greatest dad, at least according to The New York Daily News and his children respectively. Recently divorced, Willy is ecstatic to have his 16-year-old son Nathan move in with him; however, the huge furniture in his small apartment poses a slight problem. Flying Willy's father in from his native Ecuador for this special occasion is a surprise sure to bring tears to everyone's eyes as this special makeover culminates with a traditional Ecuadorian feast. 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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