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Least I Could Do is mainly a gag-based comic strip about the misadventures of John, Rayne's oldest friend and a near polar opposite in views of love and dating. . and the masseur isn't what he expected it to be (read: a guy named Rudy). Note: I wasn't sure where to post this, as it involves both TV and electronic print media, as well as current events. I figured OT would be the best. Search Comics.» Comic by Date. , , , , , , AUFLS Pope Rayne Queer Eye for the Straight Guy IDS Part 2
Has been a neglected character in recent years.
John, Rayne's oldest friend and a near polar opposite in views of love and dating. He serves as Rayne's most direct foilbut just as Rayne's commitment phobia is examined, so are John's issues with emotional neediness and his determination to find a wife or see anyone who comes along as a potential long-term relationship, regardless of their suitability for that.
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Noel, a laid back Deadpan Snarker who tends to fall somewhere between Rayne and John in terms of his views on life and dating. Although added onto the strip several years into its run, he took over John's role as Rayne's foil while also becoming Rayne's primary wingman. Mick, the overweighttech-savvy and good-natured friend who has the misfortune of being Rayne's punching bag. He is perhaps the most socially awkward of the group, but despite often having been the butt of jokes about being unable to get so much as a date, he nonetheless has usually had the best luck in healthy and committed relationships.
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Before his career as a show host, Mandel was best known for his role as rowdy ER intern Dr. Until then, there is a clearly sourced dispute. Obviously some stooge from Teletoon just pasted in the marketing boilerplate on this crapass show made from stolen ideas. Whether it is true or not is of course not for Wikipedia to judge, and so it should be included. The comic's first artist, Trevor Adams, reportedly quit because he didn't like the direction the comic was going.
And I don't think I'm alone in being someone who wouldn't have even heard of the show if it weren't for the plagiarism controversy. While you may think that the dispute is relevant, that has no bearing on inclusion in Wikipedia.
That there is a dispute is clear, and sourced. Mick also has a passion for potato chips.