Grey's Anatomy > T.R. Knight Opens Up to Access Hollywood > Comments Page 2
i agree with all of you who are saying ENOUGH ALREADY!!! here's a thought --- how about if TRK takes the advice of his BFF and makes a conscious effort to "just not speak in public anymore". it would be doing us all a favor.
He could have been in the victim at first, but now I have no respect and symapthy for him. He wants to gain from the situation. Move on!
He is ruining the character of George for me.
Amy, nobody is trying to make TR the bad guy, but I would like them to move on and frankly I am kind of tired of his victim attitude.
You're right, Amy , in fact we don't know what went on before or during, either. What seems obvious though is that there was more than one bad guy and more than one victim. I agree Pinkmist. I'm so sorry that this interview happened, that it is once again getting media play, and that it ever has to be discussed again. It doesn't help anything and only damages the show and the actors involved, both of them.
People, the more we comment on this issue the more we feed into it. Yes mistakes were made, feelings we hurt, and apologies were made. I think we all have acknowledge these chain of events and now need to stop buying into the media desire to keep this a major issue. Allow each of the people involve to grow and judge them from the point after they apologized.
so, why is everyone making tr out to be the bad guy in this situation? we don't know what has continued to go on on the set.
I'm afraid that I should not even comment on this interview because I am so biased towards Isaiah in the entire situation. I apologize to those who really like TR and have bought into his display of hurt and humiliation. I have no respect at all for him. He is the one who went to the press to begin with regarding a private incident on a closed set that was over in minutes and for which apologies were given at the time. He is the one who tried to destroy a cast mates career because his feelings were hurt. He is the one who went on national television and appealed for sympathy about having been "referred to" as a derrogatory term in an argument that didn't even involve him, and by a name that may well have referred to his subservient behavior rather than to his sexual orientation. He is now the one who continues to keep this going with yet more appeals for sympathy just as it is starting to die down and people are actually trying to move forward and past it. For heavens sake, grow
I was so surprised at TR, to hold on to such anger; it's not good. Sounds like something more deeply rooted than the incident. I really think he needs to talk to a professional.
He's a gay man portraying a straight guy and doing it so well. I don't see why he can't see the positive in this.
I wonder if he brought up the subject or the reporter....... either way, its time to move on.
I love that picture of him sooo much!
I like TR also but just by reading what he said it is giving me a second thought. I never did agree with what Isaiah did but it happened and TR needs to let it go. If he keeps dwelling on it and talking to reporters about it he well never be able to move forward and heal. If he is truely hurting at this point he also should look into getting some perfessional help.
I agree with both of you. I really like T.R.
I was a TR's fan, but I am overly annoyed because he keeps playing the victim.
I thought he was over it by now? Why does the media have to bring this up everytime they see a cast member? Either he's still really hurting or he's being overly dramatic.
It's sad though that him and Washington can't be on friendly terms again. I hope they are at least professional.
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