The lives of Kyan Douglas and Jai Rodriguez altered dramatically after Queer Eye ended.

In a cabler OWN Where Are They Now? segment, the “Fab Five” – Douglas, Rodriguez, Ted Allen, Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia – looked back at the end of the groundbreaking makeover show.

“I moved to LA, because I figure, 'Oh great I was on television, I'll go back to my career as an actor,'” Rodriguez said. “And I was in for a rude awakening, because when we ended it was the rise of reality TV and suddenly, because I had been on [a] reality TV show, I was clunked in to a lot of other TV personalities who garnered fame by behaving badly on camera. And a lot of entertainment scripted casting people wouldn't see me because they lumped me into that group.”

Douglas said that after the show he went on a quest.

“I studied yoga. I traveled to Egypt and to India and South America, moved to Mexico. I mean, I studied with the shamans, I mean, I did it all.”

He added that his quest taught him that we are “already that which we're seeking.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Queer Eye ended its run in 2007 after airing 100 episodes.