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Left undiscussed, however, was Brad’s natural tendency toward flamboyance, which, when combined with a number of other affectations and offhanded remarks, led viewers to make certain presumptions about the character’s sexuality.This week, those presumptions were at long last confirmed, and speaks with Ciarlelli, Sher and executive producers De Ann Heline and Eileen Heisler about the long road to Brad’s big announcement, how it was handled and what it means for the show and its characters.While Mike is king of the hill at work, he's the odd man out in a home that is dominated by women -- namely his wife, Vanessa, and their three daughters, 22- year-old Kristin, 17-year-old Mandy and 14-year-old Eve.After being a stay-at-home mom for years, Vanessa recently returned to the workplace and was quickly promoted (much to the dismay of her primarily male co-workers)., there’s really only one — excluding family members and clergymen — who always has been there for her when she needed him: Brad (Brock Ciarlelli).
The writers sort of took that dynamic and made a little story line and Sue gets an older BF. Question: Do you think you want to do more things behind the camera? It’s definitely something I want to continue to do in the very immediate future. Most of the time we’re just having these exchanges two feet away from each other. But we reached a point where we felt like Brad would certainly know he was gay and that he’d be ready to share it with the people that are close to him, and it felt like we’d be doing a disservice to him if we kept going without doing that.Brock Ciarlelli: There’s obviously the jokes that play out in Brad’s first couple of episodes, where it’s like, “How does Sue not see this? I like the idea of going back week to week and building a personal relationship with these people and to sort of evolve with their lives. Question: You (@edensher) and your co-star Charlie Mc Dermott (@charliemcdrmott) are very funny on Twitter. I’ll probably just keep writing because that’s a compulsion. The quality is not very good but the quantity is large. But then I would sort of just love to be in TV forever and just love to be on this show forever. Before I was even on TV, I just always related more to TV than to movies. He’ll call me ‘Cell Phone Sally’ but he, in fact, is ‘Cell Phone Sal.’ He’s the major culprit on set for always being on his phone.