Cabana Boy Monday: Tuesday TV edition

Keeping on with the theme established (and supported last week) of dedicating a television day of the week for the Boys, so today is Tuesday and that means…

GLEE!

Oh yes, indeedy. The boyz from GLEE are very nice to look at and across such a wide spectrum. First there’s Matthew Morrison. We all know how I feel about cuties who are multi-talented and he definitely fits the bill:

Then, there’s his new competition for Emma’s heart, played by the formerly adorable, always smokin’ John Stamos. Now, as cute as John was during his mullet days:

I think he’s definitely improved with age. Like a fine, fine wine:

The rest of the cast offers quite a bit of pretty as well, starting with the adorable, angsty woobie, Mark Salling:

To Cory Monteith, who’s got that wholesome thing going for him. (I know a lot of people have the hate on for Finn, but I think Cory’s adorable.)

Mike Chang sings! (sort of) And we know he dances like a mad fool. And Harry Shum, Jr. is just completely engaging in his portrayal.

Most people don glasses to look a bit older/more mature, but Kevin McHale actually looks older without his signature specs. And kind of reminds me a bit of John Francis Daley.

And while Chris Colfer is but a wee one and has that fresh-faced persona, this picture that appeared in Rolling Stone brought to mind a young, beautiful, broody James Dean and boy, was that surprising! (Not to mention, his voice makes me think Inappropriate Things. Let us say no more.)

Much as one might believe it, though, GLEE is not my only Tuesday night show. Nope, with my weakness for police procedurals and Michael Imperioli, I’ve been watching Detroit 187. Because, you know, Michael Imperioli is absolutely brilliant as a twitchy, eccentric homicide detective. (Not to mention, Imperioli’s just plain brilliant—a phenomenal writer as well as an actor. He’s just totally cool in my book.)

And poor Jon Michael Hill’s character, having to cope with Imperioli’s Fitch and a crazy-possessive wife. He often has this trapped rabbit expression going on, poor noodle.

And my last one for the day, promise, is D.J. Catrona, playing a former undercover narc turned homicide detective. He’s got a lovely, exotic look to him that puts me in mind of Michael Weiss from The Pretender (oh, how I loved that show!).

Okay. That’s it for today. And next week… Wednesday Boyz! (I know some of y’all know what I’m looking forward to!)

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