“Disabled But Not Really” Season 4 Episode 2 ‘Queer Eye’ Review

This episode introduces us to a hero like no other: our first wheelchair-bound hero who proves that he’s “disabled, but not really!” The Fab Five takes Welsey’s infectious smile and positivity to new heights, and helps him find clarity from his past so he can enjoy his future. Join hosts Christine Alexis (@christineialexis) and Anna-Kay Thomas (@annakaythomas) as they break down this heartwarming story, one Fab Five member at a time! #queereye #queereye4 #iwantfabulous #lgbtq #loveislove


Let the make-over begin! On the QUEER EYE AFTER SHOW we discuss some of the best makeovers created by Netflix’s fab five, specializing in culture, food, grooming, fashion and interior design. Subscribe to the show for reviews, recaps and in-depth discussions of the latest episodes, as well as the insider scoop from cast and crew members from the show.

More than a decade after the original series went off the air, Netflix reboots the “Queer Eye” franchise with a new Fab Five and a new setting, trading in the concrete jungle of New York City for communities in and around Atlanta. The style experts forge relationships with men and women who often have different beliefs from them, leading to moments of social commentary interspersed with style advice. Advising people in need of lifestyle makeovers are food and wine specialist Antoni Porowski, interior designer Bobby Berk, grooming consultant Jonathan Van Ness, fashion designer Tan France and culture expert Karamo Brown, who reality TV fans may recognize as one of the housemates on “The Real World: Philadelphia.” David Collins, who created the original show, is on board as an executive producer.