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Old Dogs & New Tricks 

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Does (sex) life end for gay men as they face 50? Watch Nathan, Brad, Muscles & Ross stumble through middle-age in an alternate universe called West Hollywood.
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 Nathan Adler / ... 27 episodes, 2011-2016
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 Brad King / ... 27 episodes, 2011-2016
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 Al 'Muscles' Carter / ... 27 episodes, 2011-2016
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Amanda Gari ...
 Lydia Lasker / ... 16 episodes, 2011-2016
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 Nelson Van Eddy / ... 13 episodes, 2012-2016
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 Bobby Burton 12 episodes, 2012-2016
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 Damian Johns / ... 11 episodes, 2012-2013
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Does (sex) life end for gay men as they face 50? Watch Nathan, Brad, Muscles & Ross stumble through middle-age in an alternate universe called West Hollywood.

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In a place called Boystown, do gay men ever grow up? Or do we just grow old? See more »

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Young OR old, West Hollywood is shallow and boring
7 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

I'm over 50 myself, so I was excited to find a series for people like me. I hadn't seen it online, so the DVD was my first viewing.

What a disappointment! It may be relevant to aging gay men in West Hollywood, but to real aging gay men living real lives in the real world? No way.

It's the same old hard-driving, bitchy, super-competitive crap that comes spewing out of West Hollywood constantly. SOMEBODY finds that life appealing, but not me.

There's nothing new or entertaining here, just older characters living the same boring, driven, shallow lives that evidently are what's considered normal in that tiresome place.


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