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Say it ain't so Burke! Grey's Anatomy Homophobia?


Grey's Anatomy.
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You prolly heard about the McDreamy Burke showdown,

ted c on eonline as well as national enquirer have the gory details...looks like george is gay, yay!

not so big yay for homophobes! yay for hetero heroes like Dempsey?

TED:

"Not true," barked official reppers for both Washington and the show's corporate chief, Touchstone Television. However, these reps weren't at the scene of the supposed (verbal) crime. My source was.

So, I dug further and rang up Mr. Shy's representatives, who are at this very moment checking with their client to see if he cares to make a statement.

Oh, and of course, while this column was being put to bed, the National Enquirer made mention of Isaiah's rumored potty mouth, too. Makes total sense, as the potty's where I keep my NE , don't you? More later, stay tuned, my smelly babycakes.

NE (aka the new spin zone!):
Hot-head Isaiah Washington hurled a vicious gay slur at one of his co-stars during an on-set brawl – and the ugly explosion of hate is ripping apart TV’s number one show.

Last week, the ENQUIRER broke the blockbuster news that Isaiah, 43, choked Patrick Dempsey, 40, in an Oct. 9 fight on the set of “Grey’s Anatomy." And now we can reveal the secret behind the outrage.

“The melee has set off World War III on the show and may cost Isaiah his job,” an insider told The ENQUIRER.

“The cast is divided over the shameful event.”

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