Gaydar, or the ability to detect if another person is gay, is not a power exclusive to gay people, Robert says. "Straight people have their version of it, too," he explains. "It's that X-factor. There's this chemistry that goes between two people and something clicks in the eyes."
Carson complains that metrosexuals have thrown off his gaydar. "There are guys who have manicures and they're wearing designer clothes. I'll be in the airport, and I'll be looking at O, The Oprah Magazine waiting for my flight. A guy will come up to me in the store and say, 'Hey.' And I'm like, 'Hey,' and I'm thinking he's totally gay. ... Then he'll be like, 'My wife loves your show,' and I'm like, 'Foiled again!' I've done this, you know. I've created a monster!"