A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series promotes local and organic farming.
Positive Role Models
Josh and Brett appear truly committed to each other and are working hard to achieve their goals. They're dedicated to local, organic farming.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Some kissing and affection.
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Occasional strong language; words like “t-ts,” “ass,“ “s--t,” and “f--k” are bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
The series is a promotional vehicle for the Beekman 1802 brand (which sells products produced by the Beekman farm). Apple computers are visible. Martha Stewart is mentioned frequently.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Social drinking with meals and at parties. The word “lush” is jokingly used to describe someone.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this reality series follows a same-sex couple as they undergo the transition from city to country folk, often focusing on their relationship issues. The show promotes local and organic farming, as well as the couple's brand, Beekman 1802. The premise plays off of established stereotypes, but the show is supportive of the gay community and includes some kissing between the men, one of whom is a former drag queen. Josh and Brent have a strong, supportive relationship. Occasional strong language ("ass," "t-ts," "s--t," f--k") is fully bleeped.
Is It Any Good?
The series takes a humorous look at the way the couple adjusts to giving up their trendy Manhattan lifestyle in exchange for a life in the country. But the series' primary focus is on the men's Odd Couple-like relationship, which is being tested by both the financial pressures associated with building a new business and the distance that Ridge's job puts between them.
The show -- which supports organic foods, local growers, and the gay community -- is both fun and fairly mild for reality TV (though there is some social drinking and bleeped language). Viewers might just get a kick out of watching these two city guys with yin and yang personalities trying to keep their farm (and their relationship) afloat.
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