and my lad

Nick: [about Harry’s collection of suits] are these gonna get a different wear, Harry?

Harry: Well I have a couple of christenings coming up, so I might reuse the gold–

Nick, horrified: You CAN’T wear–

Harry, continuing: Yeah I might use the gold one–

Nick: No.

Harry: For…[waits for Nick to protest again]…for the christening

Nick: You can’t wear that to a christening

Harry: I think I’ll, it, I think I’ll be subtle. I’ll slide in, stand at the back–

Nick, again: No.

Harry: uh, slip out just before the end–

Nick, for the third time in about thirty seconds: No.

In 19th-century England, green indicated homosexual affiliations. Victorian men would often pin a green carnation on their lapel as popularized by author Oscar Wilde, who often wore one on his lapel. According to some interpretations, American poet Walt Whitman used the calamus plant to represent homoerotic love.” - wikipedia’s page on lgbt symbols

trigel (the original green paladin) has a color scheme similar to the lesbian flag, and green is a color associated with being gay. 

trigel is a lesbian and there’s nothing you can do about it.