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Soapy Webseries ‘Youthful Daze’ Turns Up The Heat With Gay Love Triangle: VIDEO

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While main character Drew has only just come out, he already finds himself embroiled in a love triangle. Love geometry can be so challenging. The latest episode of the soapy web series that follows a group of privileged Southern California teens opens with Drew meeting bad boy Oliver in an underground parking garage for what turns out to be a dangerous assignation. Though Drew claims to be committed to boyfriend Tommy, all is not what it seems.

Watch as Drew’s resolve is tested, AFTER THE JUMP…

You can watch more episodes of Youthful Daze HERE.

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  1. they should have written it to be grad school

    the main lead is like 26

    Posted by: saywhat | Jul 29, 2014 10:45:35 AM


  2. Surely it is produced and written without any money, but the script is bad. The guy, who came out from the elevator is the actor, who created the show? Now I understand, why he has a major role, because he couldn't bring out any emotion in the scene. I also had problem to believe the guy who waited him had any interest to him, not to mention fight for him.

    Posted by: Matt27 | Jul 29, 2014 11:00:00 AM


  3. his cigarette is long; his cigarette is short; his cigarette is long....

    really weird and difficult to follow...

    Posted by: mike/ | Jul 29, 2014 1:08:29 PM


  4. Not into these "web series". Too short, too amateur, and a lot of pretty boys.

    I do like Where The Bears Are, but thats really only because I'm a bear. It's not all that funny.

    Posted by: Brandon H | Jul 29, 2014 3:10:02 PM


  5. A better name for this series could be "30something".

    Posted by: Joe | Jul 29, 2014 7:15:22 PM


  6. The difference between the obvious actual ages of the actors and the supposed ages of the characters they play is jarring. The series would be much more believable if it was set in college. I don't think the plot would have to be changed very much. I do enjoy the occasional secret Bakersfield joke Bryan scripts.

    Posted by: Kerngopherguy | Jul 30, 2014 2:31:35 PM


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