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Noah's Arc (2004)

TV-14 | | Drama | 27 July 2004 (USA)
Four gay friends live in L.A. and deal with today's issues, boyfriends, aids, your boyfriend's children, making it in the movie biz, etc.

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Four gay friends live in L.A. and deal with today's issues, boyfriends, aids, your boyfriend's children, making it in the movie biz, etc.

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Amazingly funny and smart!
28 July 2004 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

The series was amazing! I've seen a couple of the episodes and was blown away. Although the characters are primarily African American and gay, it has great crossover appeal because the writing is smart and funny, and the actors are well cast. The show doesn't get caught up in stereotypes, but it doesn't shy away from them either. The show is about four black, gay men living and loving in Los Angeles. Each character is different and a bit complex. It is easy to see a bit of yourself in each of them. Who you were, who you are, or who you want to be. And I love the LA locations they use! The show is bold, intelligent, sexy, and extremely funny. This show has GOT to find a home! I've never seen anything like it and its well overdue.


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