Ask Stacy: ‘Wipeout’ Mini Course, Bob Harper, Garrett Morris, Susan Powter, ‘Goonies’

John Anderson, John Henson ABC photo

DEAR STACY:  I read in your column where John Henson said that there would be a mini version of the “Wipeout” obstacle course touring the country this summer.  When will it be in this area? – Nick G., Moreno Valley, CA

DEAR NICK:  Sorry, but the tour finished up mid-June, after the “Wipeout” course replica opened at Orlando, New York, Atlanta, Nashville and other Eastern and Southern locations.  Maybe with enough demand, they’ll bring it to other parts of the country.

DEAR STACY:  Is Bob Harper of “The Biggest Loser” gay? – M.K., Dearborn Hgts. MI

DEAR M.K.:  The hard-charging, hugely popular, unmarried trainer has not stated his sexuality.  Many have taken note that he was one of the stars of a video called “Queer Abs,” but that hardly counts as definitive.  The hilarious “Queer Abs” commercial spot is a You Tube favorite.  As one user noted, “gay or straight…I don’t care…beautiful piece of man!”

DEAR STACY:  Whatever happened to Garrett Morris of “Saturday Night Live”? – Penny D., Canton, OH

DEAR PENNY:  The Broadway and TV veteran, whose long list of credits also includes his stints on “Martin” and “The Jamie Foxx Show,” keeps working.  He has done commercials for Miller Lite and Nintendo DS over the last year or so.  He was in the 2008 Ice Cube feature “The Longshots.”  Morris is owner of The Downtown Comedy Club in L.A.

DEAR STACY:  Susan Powter used to be one of the top fitness gurus, then she just disappeared.  What happened to her? – Leslie C., New York

DEAR LESLIE:  The Australia-born health and fitness advocate and self-described “radical feminist lesbian woman” took a decade away from the limelight to raise her third son, according to her web site.  Since then, she’s dispensed advice, blogged and put out an e-zine, but simply hasn’t recaptured the audience she had in the 90s.

DEAR STACY:  Is it true that there’s going to be a sequel to “The Goonies”? – Mason J., Chattanooga, TN

DEAR MASON: Although rumors have flown in conjunction with the Steven Spielberg movie’s 25th anniversary this year, star Josh Brolin told Extra TV that although Spielberg has a sequel script, but there are no plans to make it.