Bryan and David are a Los Angeles couple who have it all - with one exception: a baby. When they meet Goldie - a young single mother looking to leave behind her dead-end life and closed-minded grandmother - they enlist her to become their surrogate.
People like you are more interested in spreading your hate agenda than watching a great show with witty writing. Go troll somewhere else.
That. It broke boundaries and was amazing! Summer show please NBC!
If any of you that said you hated it after the first or second show had stuck around and supported it, you would have seen it for what it was, a way of exposing tiny little narrow minds to the idea that we (gay men and women) are just as capable and just as wanting, to have and raise children as our straight counterparts.
I have friends that adopted a newborn, and they are better parents than just about any straight couple I know of. How many straight parents have started teaching their children 3 languages AND American Sign Language before the age of 2? They can better communicate before the child has fully developed vocal skills and she is able to relate exactly what she wants or needs, making her an extremely happy and content baby. And no, neither father is hearing impaired, nor is the child. Just smart and progressive thinking.
Really a shame we lost this show. Stereotypes or not, it was on OUR side, as some of you failed to recognize. That is all most see us as anyway, so how better to relate to the ignorant?!
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