Welcome to the gayest of gay ghettoes, West Lahunga Beach, a trendy neighborhood with its own time zone (when you leave you have to set your watch to five minutes ago). This is where Rick and Steve make their fabulousl...展开y decorated double-income-no-children home. The insults fly, nothing goes unspoken, and the ugly, bitter truth about domestic bliss never looked so cute.
Rick and Steve have been LTRing it for seven years—that means long-term relationship (many gays have only heard of the term). They live with their sometimes magical pussycat, Pussy, in a gorgeous little two bedroom that Steve virtually stole off the market. They have been just been asked by Kirsten and Dana for a sperm donation.
Kirsten and her grumpy wife Dana have cohabitated for three long, drama-filled but satisfying, years. Kirsten's lifelong friend, Rick, is her first choice to father their child. The only catch is, Kirsten's wife and Rick's husband are avowed mortal enemies. It started one day when Steve had an accident with Dana's hair (who knew patchouli oil was so flammable?).
Steve's best friend and bad influence is Chuck, a bitter old queen who is outspoken, HIV positive, and uses a wheelchair. Chuck's partner of four years is Evan, a feisty 19 year-old club kid who never sleeps. Together, they're the "other couple" that Rick and Steve do couple things with, like gay cruises, potlucks, and of course, White Parties.
Despite their differences, these three couples are there for each other through ugly and uglier. They're chosen family and though they may bicker and bite and cheat and assassinate character and occasionally attempt manslaughter, at the end of the day (sometimes that's 8AM), they're still family. This makes surviving in the cute, plastic, gay, and unforgiving world of West Lahunga Beach a little bit easier.