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On screen, Colonel Meyer may have shot his son, Noah's, boyfriend, Luke, in order to keep the two apart. But in real life, actors Daniel Hugh Kelly (Mayer), Jake Silbermann (Noah) and Van Hansis (Luke) were all smiles at the opportunity to shoot outside the studio.

Of course the blog that invents all sorts of lies to hide P&G's incompetence would be the source of this plot detail. Not once on-screen was the cause of Luke's paralysis mentioned. We were never told if a bullet injured his spinal cord, etc. Perhaps Alina can explain Meg's miraculously restored fertility too.

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