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...
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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
Josh Thomas stars in the show that he created and writes. Each show is well directed and produced. It is a show with both awkward and relatable comedy that is realistic and natural. The best quality of the show is how honest and direct the character Josh is. The supporting cast are excellent, and the time share is well balanced.
It is good to see TV networks including progressive story lines rather than the old, tired gay story lines that cast characters as struggling, rejected, unhappy and depressed.
It's also refreshing to have a comedy that includes a sensible gay role model rather than reverting to the overtly flamboyant and eccentric overused stereotype.
The central character and type of comedy will probably split opinion. For those reasons, I would not criticise but rather appreciate it for what it tries to be, and in that respect, 10 out of 10 is well deserved.
If you haven't already, watch this show!
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