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Gary Green

Tuesday, August 01, 2006 

...When Soap Hunk Joshua Morrow Got Shirtless on the Basketball Court

Joshua Morrow has been playing Nic Newman on The Young and the Restless since 1994. I have never been a fan of the show or of Morrow. He always looked like a scrawny little punk to me.

Well, thanks to Tivo and the magic that is SoapNet's "same day episodes at night," I have had the opportunity to check in on Joshua, who has most decidely... shall we say... matured.

Okay, first off, I have to say I have enjoyed being unemployed this summer as the number of hot daytime guys taking off their shirts on basketball courts seems to have really taken a jump over previous years. As for Joshua, the facial hair is something I'm usually not fond of, but it's definitely working on him. Gives him a "good guy... mostly" look. And check out the back and shoulder definition too. Girl's been getting her shrugs on back in that dressing room.

One time I asked a shirtless bartender at The Abbey who had just about the same build as Joshua's, "Hey man, what do I have to do to get a body like that?" He looked me up and down, shook his head and said, "it's too late."

A sad final note. The fair Joshua is, alas, as straight as they come. He's got a wife and two kids.

God, I miss the nineties, when all soap hunks were gay and had poofy moussed-up hair with highlights and wore pink.

Or maybe that was just me.

I think you have to dig deeper to find the gay ones. Being buff and hunky isn't a sure indicator these days. These metrosexuals are really making our gaydar work extra hard. Thanks for sharing.

Ha, back when I watched The Young and the Restless for a few summers, I remember Nicholas being played by a little boy. Next thing I knew Joshua Morrow had stepped in, and I was like, gee, puberty sure kicked in. ;)

Well, he could still be gay. Even if he's not, why not go for it anyway. I fail to understand why gay men must only pursue gay men. Its macho straight men where it all begins.

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