I like it. I agree with what someone else said- the whole where did the girl and baby just disappear to?- and that it could supposedly be taken out of context and made negative, but overall, it's definitely a step in the right direction. I like to think that they were trying to make a good statement but didn't quite know how to do it- if they have him just making out of the couch with first a girl, then a guy, he's just a greedy horndog who loves everyone; if it's him with a guy, and then later with a girl and their baby, then it seems to read as though the guy before was just experimentation; if it's him with a girl then with a guy and their happy adopted family, it just seems like he was always closeted and gay; but if they show him first in a real, loving relationship with a woman, and then with a guy, apparently that sends the balanced message: this dude is bisexual.
At least, that's the only way I can explain it. Either way, I hope people don't take it the wrong way, like bisexual men leave their families for men . . . we do not need that sort of negative publicity.
Still, I'm glad to see some male bisexuality get real airtime. Thanks for bringing this to my attention!