The mystery around Wade's sexuality deepens after a provocative night out with Noah. Meanwhile Alex finds a clever solution to Trey's cyber sex addiction; Ricky continues his raucous sexcapades; and ...
Noah introduces his best friends Alex, Ricky and Chance to his new friend Wade, an obviously straight screenwriter. The guys note Noah's attraction to Wade and warn him against getting involved, but ...
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Bernice "Bernie" Rhodenbarr is a burglar by trade, and she runs a bookstore as well. Her friend Carl Hefler is a dog groomer. After a successful burglary, it's discovered that a dead body ... See full summary »
I had vaguely heard of this show before but had never found out what it was about. Now that I've seen it, I can say it is an excellent show. The episodes go by very quickly as these likable characters work their way through their lives with humor. I have seen the show compared to Sex and the City. I understand those comparisons in terms of the two shows being about relationships, both romantic and friends. The characters deal with their romantic relationships while always maintaining the firm base of their friendships. The episodes include an incredible variety of situations, from workplace to marriage to parenting to masculinity, and give a broad perspective on both black and gay cultures. When I think of the show, though, those things seem secondary to me to the warm humor that arises from the interactions of the friends.
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