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27-Apr-2016 02:23

At that point, I was like, “Wow, if this is where I’m at it’s a good signal that I’m on track.

More of this, please.” Maybe Dom needs a trip to Puerto Rico in season two. The show started off slow, introducing the characters and everything, but by the end it’s really firing.

Frank Oz, best remembered for his work on the Muppet Show, directs a crisp, merciless production of this artfully plotted and perceptive comedy and there are terrific performances.

He had a pretty substantial role as Carrie’s “new gay friend” Oliver, who infamously laid out the international gay rules for her over brunch.

And it proves as devastating a depiction of what goes on in the minds of men, and in lower portions of their anatomy, as you are likely to come across.

The play, set in Los Angeles, begins as it means to go on with a discussion of oral sex between two male friends, now hitting their forties, who were at college together.

He has also recently been suspended from his teaching job for unburdening himself “inappropriately” to a female student and suffers sudden panic attacks over the fact that he might never have children of his own.

His friend Jake, meanwhile, played by the American actor Scott Bakula, is a raddled, but still successful womaniser, enjoying the life of a kept man with a tough cookie of a real estate saleswoman while maintaining a lively interest in porn videos.

Charlie, Mac, and Dennis head to an alleyway by Second and Chesnut to get into Dennis’ car, which he doesn’t have keys for because he switched bodies with someone named Reggie Williams, as he discovers after finding his counterpart's wallet.

It is as graphic and filthily funny as you can imagine, and I regret to report, exactly the kind of stuff men do talk about.

Stanley (the excellent Andy Nyman) plays a nerdy, needy overweight college lecturer nicknamed Stinky who is dating a woman, Delia, who cannot have children, as well as occasionally creeping back to his ex-wife.

“I like naked boys better than naked girls.” This is my very first joke. My parents are allowing my brother, sister and I to sleep in the same room so that we can celebrate the installation of dozens of glow-in-the-dark stars on my sister’s bedroom ceiling.

My brother and I are camped out on the floor while my sister, a wise twelve to our four and six, respectively, explains the ins and outs of this new technology.

Charlie, Mac, and Dennis head to an alleyway by Second and Chesnut to get into Dennis’ car, which he doesn’t have keys for because he switched bodies with someone named Reggie Williams, as he discovers after finding his counterpart's wallet.It is as graphic and filthily funny as you can imagine, and I regret to report, exactly the kind of stuff men do talk about.Stanley (the excellent Andy Nyman) plays a nerdy, needy overweight college lecturer nicknamed Stinky who is dating a woman, Delia, who cannot have children, as well as occasionally creeping back to his ex-wife.“I like naked boys better than naked girls.” This is my very first joke. My parents are allowing my brother, sister and I to sleep in the same room so that we can celebrate the installation of dozens of glow-in-the-dark stars on my sister’s bedroom ceiling.My brother and I are camped out on the floor while my sister, a wise twelve to our four and six, respectively, explains the ins and outs of this new technology.My brother and my sister cackle wildly at my statement, “getting” the joke that isn’t a joke. It will be a couple more after that before someone explains why my brother and sister are white and I am not.