After breaking up with his girlfriend, Josh comes to the realization that he is homosexual. With the support of his now ex girlfriend Claire, and his best friend and house mate Tom, Josh ... See full summary »
Claire is staying with Tom, Josh and Patrick. Josh asks Dad for money to pay the plumber and gets lectured about getting a job. Mum and Ginger have a fight. The housemates go to see Jenny in a school...
Patrick dumps Josh. Josh, to distract himself, takes Mum and her friends to the zoo. Tom and Jenny have a weird rabbit funeral and break up, again. At the zoo, Arnold kisses Josh. Dad tells Josh he's...
Josh and Arnold go out dancing and bump into a very out-of-it Patrick. They walk him home but he messes everything up. Arnold has an anxiety attack. Tom orders a prostitute but hides inside when she ...
Freddie and Stuart are an old gay couple who have been together for nearly 50 years. Their lives now revolve around entertaining their frequent guests and hurling insults at each other at every opportunity.
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Astor's happy tenacity spoils his one chance at love with his lifelong crush Mila. Convinced he needs more experience with women to win her back, he engages her ex-best friend Cali to teach... See full summary »
After breaking up with his girlfriend, Josh comes to the realization that he is homosexual. With the support of his now ex girlfriend Claire, and his best friend and house mate Tom, Josh must help his mother with her battle with depression and the rest of his family embrace his new found lifestyle. All of this becomes a little more complicated when he explores his sexuality with a young and handsome Geoffrey. Written by
I'm so glad I read the review by ClintzFlix before commenting, because while watching I was completely unaware that the writer/star was intentionally portraying himself in an unflattering light.
I'm sure Josh Thomas the person/comedian is absolutely lovely, but the character "Josh" in the show is completely unbearable. The accent, the gait, the sententiousness, the behavior, the entitlement, all made him unsympathetic, and if this were intentional I think it was pushed too far.
The story seemed somewhat implausible, and also a bit self-congratulatory. Gay men are notoriously judgmental about looks, and the idea that a rather homely and effeminate man could have passed as straight for 20 years and found an insanely hot girlfriend, and then upon discovering he's gay almost instantaneously have an insanely hot muscle stud fall in love with him as well is kind of preposterous.
If you're looking for a successful bro-pic watch Patrik 1,5 instead.
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