In the third season of this OUTtv Original Series we've mixed things up a bit. Rob Easton is back as host, but this time round we have Adam Rollins and Tommy D learning a new range of jobs and talents.
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Rob Easton ...
 Himself - Host 18 episodes, 2009-2014
Sean Horlor ...
 Himself - Host 13 episodes, 2009-2011
Tommy Dolanjski ...
 Himself - Competitor 5 episodes, 2014
Adam Rollins ...
 Himself - Competitor 5 episodes, 2014
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In the third season of Don't Quit Your Gay Job we've mixed things up a bit. Tommy D and Adam Rollins compete in a head-to-head ultimate challenge to be the best gay professional around and just to raise the stakes, at the each of every episode, the winner takes home a cool, hard, $500. Written by Anonymous

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TWO GAYS. ONE JOB. and the chance to win FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS!!

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29 August 2009 (Canada)  »

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CAD 20,000 (estimated)
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Bad TV
10 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

I'm not a fan of "reality" TV in general, but this is just plain boring. These two are uninteresting people doing uninteresting things. Perhaps a change of cast might help, but I doubt it. What is needed is a change of concept. This show is obviously made on a low budget, and I guess there's no script, because the two characters (or whatever they are) have nothing interesting to say. I honestly don't get the point - is it comedy? I know this may sound harsh, but whenever these guys show any skin I want them to put their clothes back on. When they speak, I want them to keep quiet, and when they do anything, I want them to stop.


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