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3 comments | Thursday, August 17, 2006

Another Wednesday night, another hot episode of Noah's Arc on Logo. I swear Wednesday nights have never been so enjoyable for me.

The second episode of the new season was even better than the first. I won't get into a full review because on Friday you'll be able to listen to a great review of the show with me on pinkmafiaradio.com and also on iTunes. There will also be a great interview with a special guest from last night's episode. Check it out on Friday to find out who I'm talking about.

I have to mention how impressed I was with Raz B's performance. In this episode he plays a newly diagnosed HIV positive character. I applaud Raz for taking on the challenge of such a complex role, it's not glamorous and I'm sure he had people around him who advised him not to play the role for fear of damaging his image and his budding solo career.

Noah's Arc has a way of switching from fantasy to reality almost effortlessly. The inclusion of two positive characters in the show along with Alex and Tre kissing in the middle of the grocery store(season 1) with no one around who seems to care is a perfect example.

Art truly does reflect reality, and although Noa's Arc is just a tv show I'm sure we can all relate to at least one of the characters on the show.

I chose pics from the new episode of very intimate moments between the characters to post today. How often do you see these images in magazines at your local newstand? I've definitely never seen them in Ebony or Jet ! So enjoy and download the show from iTunes if you missed it last night, it's only $1.99.


<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

...i think I'll be spending a lot of $ on ITunes...i'm becoming addicted to this show! The writing and acting have improved tremendously, the character have been given richer storylines, Jensen Atwood is still one sexy mofo, and Rodney Chester continues to ack a hot mess! What more could you ask for ?!

August 18, 2006 3:26 PM

<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

Just bought the dvd set, season one. And yes, i quite liked it but more than once i miss some harsh reality and often it's quite unrealistic as well. The characters are fine though and the actors too, i only wish noah was less queeny. It's a bit too much for me. Yet there's a future in the show but it has to be more challenging, a bit harder, a bit less 'sex and the city' and sometimes a bit more romance.
Look forward to the second season.

August 20, 2006 6:55 PM

<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

by far my favorite episode, Raz B did his thing!

August 23, 2006 9:31 AM


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