It’s been nearly a year since Patrick, Dom, and Augustin signed off on us, and now they’re back, taking a relaxing weekend getaway to the woods. But watch out, boys! These woods are full of bears! And no, I do not mean the traditional Goldilocks, Berenstein, Winnie-the-Pooh variety. Portly, hairy gay men are on the […]
Read More Into The Woods: “Looking For The Promised Land”
And so we’ve come to the end. Of Season One, anyway. And it’s time to think about what we’ve been Looking at all this while.
Read More ‘Looking’ For Friends: “Looking Glass”
There’s only one episode left in Looking‘s first season, and unless they really fuck it up (which is entirely possible), it will go down as a lop-sided debut, with the first four episodes getting off to a wobbly and largely disappointing start, while the final four gave us something that was much more promising. “Looking […]
Read More ‘Looking’ For Commitment: “Looking For A Plus One”
Last week’s “Looking For The Future” was the first time in Looking‘s still-brief run that the show actually took a narrative and creative risk, allowing a single date between Patrick and Richie to sustain an entire episode. Some found it the epitome of the show’s nothingness, its willingness to let the mundane create drama. Others, […]
Read More ‘Looking’ For A Boyfriend: “Looking In The Mirror”
Okay, here we go. We’re now officially more than halfway through Looking‘s first season, and we’ve finally gotten the series’ first pretty great episode. Sure, Looking‘s detractors can still complain that nothing happens — in fact, even less happens on a plot level in “Looking For The Future” than does in previous episodes — but […]
Read More ‘Looking’ Better: “Looking For The Future”
When I first heard HBO’s new gay show would be set in San Francisco, I thought it was a bit strange. A gay show set in San Francisco, really? What is this, 1985? As it turns out, the creators of Looking really do seem stuck in 1985, and thus, in “Looking For $220 An Hour,” […]
Read More ‘Looking’ For A Shirt: “Looking For $220/Hr”
It only took three episodes for Looking to get around to having some actual conflict. And… maybe… a point.
Read More ‘Looking’ For The Point: “Looking At Your Browser History”
Sup? U looking for now? Hello? Dude? U there?
Read More ‘Looking’ Again: “Looking For Uncut”