The boys are back! It's about time! The second I received the tweet from my cell phone while I was holding my dog, I threw him across the room, turned off E! News, temporarily canceled my plans to watch ESPN all night long, laid down in bed, and watched another episode of this amazing web series.
Once again, they've delivered a great episode that I'll start watching again after writing this review. I want to commend the show for going in a more serious direction. I love it when comedy and drama comes together beautifully. To me, there is always a dark flavor to humor and vice versa. Drama Queenz does it nicely.
In this episode, the boys are confronting their own issues. Jeremiah begins to self reflect on his current situation of being a paid escort. He begins to realize that this job is eating him alive and leading his relationship with Donovan to a downward spiral. Preston is dealing with the one issue that I believe is common for most people. It's dealing with the fact that you possibly love someone. Preston can't admit that to himself and his feeling are physically taking over his life. Davis is going on his first date with a man who just confessed to him last episode that he was HIV positive. I was very intrigued at how Davis was going to deal with this one. I believe this is the one story that is going to stand out the most.
This show just keeps getting better and better. It surprises me all the time. The way they blend comedy with a dramatic tone to these stories is so outstanding. The cast delivers some of the best acting I have ever seen on a web series. Also, Dane Joseph's writing is one of the best I've ever seen from one writer to another. If the Emmy's had a category for web series, his writing definitely deserves to be nominated. He deserves to be there right next to my favorites Marc Cherry (creator of Desperate Housewives), Tina Fey, and Chuck Lorre (Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Dharma & Greg).
Enjoy this new episode. I know I did and I am going to watch it again.
P.S. The dog is fine. He landed on the couch. Lol