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New web series about an aging go-go boy

A new series about a go-go boy aging out of his career, created by Los Angeles comedian Jimmy Fowlie, has hit the web.
“At 18 years old I moved out to Los Angeles to go to college, to study, and, most importantly, to give myself nightly alcohol poisoning,” Fowlie tells The Huffington Post. “Regular binge drinking brought me to a very interesting career path: working as a go-go boy.”
“My experiences there inspired me to write a show that captures the outrageous characters: larger-than-life drag queens and 19-year-old party boys,” he continues. “And given that the industry relies on pumping new, young boys into the clubs, I was curious about what happens to the boys who age out of their career.”
Check out the first hilarious episode of Go-Go Boy Interrupted: