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The episode begins with the Fab Five in an SUV (usually in New York City, where the series was based) discussing their heterosexual subject.The Five review details of the subject's personal life and note problems in their various areas of expertise.Queer Eye is an American reality television series that premiered on the cable television network Bravo during July 2003.The program's original name Queer Eye for the Straight Guy was changed after the third season to generalize the scope of its content.Upon arriving at the subject's home, the Fab Five go through his belongings, performing a running commentary of catty remarks about the state of his wardrobe, home decor, cleanliness and grooming.They also speak with the subject and family members to get an idea of the sort of style they like and their goals for the experience and to discuss the planned event.Queer Eye ended production during 2006 June and the final ten episodes were broadcast during October 2007. Producers Collins and Metzler were given approval by Bravo to develop Queer Eye after the ratings success the network experienced when it counterprogrammed a marathon of its 2002 series Gay Weddings at the same time as Super Bowl XXXVII during 2003 January.The pilot episode was filmed in Boston, Massachusetts during June 2002.
Each of the Five offer final words of advice and encouragement, accompanied by supplies of grooming products, food and kitchenware, and in some cases expensive electronics items such as entertainment centers and computers.Kyan Douglas and Thom Filicia joined the show for these episodes, along with Blair Boone in the role of "culture guy." Boone filmed two episodes (which were broadcast as the second and third episodes and for which he was credited as a "guest culture expert") but was replaced by Rodriguez beginning with production of the third episode.The majority of Queer Eye episodes use the same basic format.In two episodes, the Fab Five made over homosexual men (both of which aired during June, Gay Pride Month, during 20) and in one episode made over a transgender man.The show also featured makeovers of members of the Boston Red Sox after their 2004 World Series victory, several holiday specials, and, in the final season, a "Mister Straight Guy" pageant featuring subjects from the series' history.