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‘9-1-1’ Star Oliver Stark on Buck’s Sexuality and That Life-Changing Yet ‘Earned’ Story in the 100th Episode

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Jennifer Maas TV Business Writer SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains spoilers from “Buck Bothered and Bewildered,” the fourth episode of “9-1-1” Season 7 on ABC.

Apart from a sticky synergy stunt at the Bachelor mansion, the 100th episode of “9-1-1” didn’t feature any emergencies that rival the most off-the-wall disasters the show has experienced during its seven-season run.

But it did conclude with potentially the most shocking moment the Ryan Murphy-produced first-responder show has ever seen: a kiss between the ostensibly straight Evan “Buck” Buckley (Oliver Stark) and another male character.

With a good-sized portion of the “9-1-1” fan base having shipped Buck and his heterosexual best friend Eddie (Ryan Guzman) as a romantic couple since well before the show made its jump from Fox to ABC this season, the fact this man was not Eddie, but Eddie’s new buddy Tommy Kinard (Louis Ferrigno Jr.), will probably throw them for a loop.

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