Big daddy Shapiro spews words of truth and knowledge as he covers political issues and current events. He will not - dare we say, cannot - be stopped. Out with the feelings, and in with the... See full summary »
A biracial woman, after experiencing sexual trauma searches for love and compassion. She sacrifices her dignity and integrity in a desire to find love. By night, she feeds her sexual ... See full summary »
Very short episodes (about 3 minutes each) and iffy production values but this show has a natural funny charm. I only wish there were more episodes even though the writers seem to be running out of ideas. The first season is much better than the second. You will recognize many actors in bit parts throughout the run of the show. Handsome Owen Marshall is charming and funny as a straight man living is a world that has gone gay. From boy bands to fanny packs to straight pride parade, the show offers a satirical viewpoint on "coming out in America." Sadly, the gay characters are all a bit to the extreme, while the closeted straights are the new normal.
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