Actually, what I meant was I don't worry about whether someone is gay or acts gay or whatever. I'm bi, but I don't know that I necessarily act bi. I don't even know what that means. I think love is love, and it doesn't need to be labeled. To get on topic, though... forensicsgirl, I also wonder how the Nick/Warrick relationship will be affected by the events of GD. I see Warrick handling his guilt by trying to protect Nick. And yeah, I do think Nick will feel smothered. He's bound to be fragile after what happened, but at the same time, he'll feel a lot of pressure to shake it off and get better. If Warrick is overprotective, Nick will feel like his recovery is being hampered. That could cause some tempers (and passion) to boil over. Their closeness is so fluid and natural that I think it could turn to romance...I don't want to use the word, "accidentally." But I could see them crossing an almost imperceptable line, you know? I wonder how the guys would deal with that? We know that Nick is often wigged out by alternative lifestyles. He might have issues if he found himself drawn to Warrick physically. Or who knows? He might run with it!