5 April 2019 | hddu10-819-37458
Well acted but poorly written
This is one of those "interesting concepts" that never found it's purpose nor understood quite what it was supposed to be. Centering around a topic every gay man SHOULD identify with on some level (i.e. sex....right?) each 7-minute segment was an attempt to explore a certain scenario or situation n which one could potentially see himself. Some of the episodes actually hit the mark (in a playful/goofy way), but then of course the writer eventually felt the need to become serious and preachy, inserting his own personal politics into the mix (because you know...all gays think alike). And then there was the obligatory public service message ("Kids...don't get raped!") to make this series relevant and meaningful to the social justice/me too crowd...but these scenes just came off as laughable when taken as a series (standalone...maybe, but a muscular gay guy who's been around the block/having as much sex as the protagonist would know how NOT to get raped in his own home....and definitely wouldn't just curl up hysterically sobbing in a fetal position like a defiled virgin after it just happened...pathetic writing). In fact, the ACTING for the most part is the ONLY saving grace about this mess (the lead is very credible for the most part). But overall, this seems to be just a farce that tried to pander to the lowest common denominator in the gay world: sex...and failed miserably.