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WHERE THE BEARS ARE is a web series following the exploits of 3 bear roommates sharing a house in the hills of Silverlake. It is "The Golden Girls" meets "Murder She Wrote" with big, hairy, gay men. This series is intended for MATURE AUDIENCES! Please subscribe to this channel! Thank you:)
Reggie wakes up in a seedy motel room where a hot kidnapper (Charlie Harding) threatens to release an embarrassing video of him if he does not vote for a certain Mr. Bear America contestant. Meanwhile, Tristan begs the Bears to go undercover to ferret out the saboteur who is bent on ruining his pageant. Reggie: Rick Copp. Nelson: Ben Zook. Todd: Ian Parks. Wood: Joe Dietl. Detective Winters: Chad Sanders. Captain Coley: Tim Hooper. Mickey: Adam Ridge.
you know... i never held your show to a high bar; it was a low budget high camp thing with a challenging format filling a niche so it wouldn't be fair to hold it to the standards of something with a big budget, large crew and a tv slot, but...
what the fuck? you didn't just go under the bar, you passed out on the ground beneath it and shit yourselves.
i mean i'm not thin skinned, i can handle some pretty tasteless jokes -i watch this show after all- you coulda went with reggie waking up restrained with the freak threatening to have his way with him and taping it for blackmail and then have Reggie turn it around like the way he did without showing him actually getting raped to wamp-waah music. fuck, i've had friends who've been drugged and raped while stumbling home from bars or at parties ffs.
and then having another character saying '...it's probably not rape.'
what the hell?
Not sure which is more ridiculous, the (borderline) cavalier idea that rape is a joke, or that Reggie (or any out gay person) can be blackmailed by a "sex tape".
The rape of 2 different characters in back to back episodes would seem to be lazy writing.
BTW, is it too obvious that the cub who is so sure he will win the contest, is the person behind all these "accidents" ?
Il y a les sous-titres en Francais.
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You guys definitely seem drunk at the beginning.
And yeah, thanks for making it even harder for people to come forward about being raped since 1. People say it wasn’t, and just say it was your fault. 2. People joke about it and just laugh.
So great to see more scenes with Captain Coley. After this show he should get hired as a series regular. He's funny and good looking. Glad Todd is getting things together thanks to Nelson who always makes me laugh when he gets a role like: judge of the Mr Bear America pagent.
I get that you want to attract viewers with provocative thumbnails, but I wish you hadn't spoiled what happened to Reggie! Also, now I'm worried that people might think we gay men are turned on by the idea of rape.
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