It's holiday time. You hate your family and you've developed an allergy for the cats your parents bought to replace the void when you went to college. Their hair literally covers every surface of the place you will be residing in for close to a week. Your face is puffed out and you feel fat and disappointed. Relax. Pour an Amaretto sour, grab a Christmas cookie and watch some web series on the computer while your mom hogs the TV with episodes of Mr. Ed and black and white Christmas movies.
This week, I am happy to recommend Homo Thugs. Why? Because the streets have been calling. They have been yearning. Nay. The streets have been aching for a Web series comedy that addresses all of the sexiness behind the gay undertones in the day to day lives of two certified Brooklyn hoodlums.
Conveniently, in Homo Thugs, stand up comics Kevin Barnett and Jermaine Fowler deliver you those much needed non-stop hilarities with sharp, aggressive yet thinly-veiled lines that make their passionate love of other men and each other clear to everyone except for them. Go gay for Homo Thugs and you'll never go back.