Bffs Chyna, a musical prodigy, and Olive, an intellectual giant, spend most of their time getting unrequited crushes on guys and fending off guys with unrequited crushes on them.
Devin Weitz (right), a young actor with autism, appeared in a guest spot, but didn't bond with anyone.
Billy Unger (top photo) also had a guest spot as an Aussie outback expert who bedevils Fletcher.
This is the same It's a Laugh production company responsible for gay-subtext faves Wizards of Waverly Place, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, and Lab Rats, so why the dearth of subtexts?
Several of the cast members, including Jake Short and Devin Weitz, are evangelical Christians, which is often associated with homophobia.
Maybe there's a connection?
See also: Mr. Young