Fun. Love the time shift. Love the camera work, again. Seemed mainly a set up for next week, but fun. Would have loved a singalong a-la ‘L Word’ in the car. Support marriage equality by supporting the Organisation for Marriage equality. Their finances are open, and they are a country wide initiative.
Yes, I have seen the first episode of Season 2, and my gods, it is back and it is brilliant. I find many web series are scared of change and growth, but no such fears about the Second Season kick off episode. Wow, just wow. Characters we thought we knew are now showing us many different shades. Nathan, especially, is showing a very real side that often happens when we meet a new ‘friend’. have seen it happen many times, and even have done it myself. Is all too real.
The partners of the ‘Old Dogs’ turning up is doing great things for the story. Doug Spearman is a fine actor, and his character, bringing the concept of a ‘San Francisco marriage’ into the mix have set up what I am sure will be great discussions on what we need from a relationship, and how sexing around can change our relationship in ways we can never foresee.
For me, ‘Old Dogs and New Tricks’ is the best comedy series on the Interwebby. No qualifications, no ‘for a gay themed show’ tacked on. Nothing amuses or resonates as much for me. I mean ‘Nancy Jew’, no-one is writing better, or as honest as Leon Accord. Very excited for the rest of the Season. More episodes, more length, more laughs.
Was really annoyed to miss this live, I adore the ‘Old Dogs and New Tricks’ interviews via the interwebby. But Leon is something special. Ever since I saw the first episode of the totally brilliant ‘ODANT’ I have been hooked. It is honest writing the likes of which we rarely see nowadays. And as aged gays seem almost invisible in the world it is just so great to see myself reflected on screen. But since dealing with Leon my delight in him has just grown. What a total honey. And he shall be mine….
The award-winning, laugh-out-loud gay web TV comedy Old Dogs & New Tricks returns for a second season of 10 weekly episodes, beginning Wed., Jan. 30, 2013, at www.OldDogsNewTricksTheSeries.com.
The show, which just wrapped shooting, snared several exciting new guest stars for its sophomore year. Olympian Greg Louganis, soap stars Ian Buchanan and Terri Garber, and legendary gay actor Michael Kearns, join returning guest stars Thom Bierdz and Bruce Hart. And Noah’s Arc star Doug Spearman has joined the cast as a recurring regular.