Boy Meets Boy concludes tonight; did ABC News radio give away the ending?

Boy Meets Boy concludes tonight; did ABC News radio give away the ending?
Bravo’s Boy Meets Boy ends its six-episode run tonight at 9 p.m. ET as James picks from the final three mates: Brian, Franklin and Wes. If he picks one of the two gay men, he receives $25,000 and a cruise; if he picks the straight man, that guy gets $25,000. So which one is straight? Reader Joe D’Andrea, owner of, points out that determining who is straight is as easy as figuring out which pair of finalists during the last selection episode had the booted straight man in it; that pair would have included the finale straight man, as producers wanted to ensure one made it to the final three. But more significantly, D’Andrea points out that an ABC News radio special over the weekend included a quote from one of the three finalists, who said, (warning: possible spoiler; highlight to read) “My name is Franklin, and I’m a straight man.”
+ also: is Boy Meets Boy “the latest incarnation of gay men fulfilling their age-old role as court jesters”?

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