Cure Your Gays : Derek alleges to have become straight in the reunion episode. However; His dialogue implies that he has a unrequited crush on Coolio. Deadpan Snarker : Derek, the only gay man on the show, can be one at times. Disaster Scavengers : The cast become these after they're abandoned by the network.
Watch: The Onion Takes on Reality TV in Web Series ‘Sex House’
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Top Here's the final episode of Sex House, the Onion-produced series of YouTube shorts documenting the adventures of "six sexy singles" who "move into America's hottest mansion meticulously designed for only one thing: sex. It's a reunion show, of course — bizarrely, jarringly chipper after the dark, J. Ballard-rewrites-No Exit feel of the first "season" quickly took after the premiere. In a Reddit AMA timed to the premiere of the last segment , the show's writers revealed that its director of photography, Mark Niedelson, had worked on a season of The Real World Paris : We had the actors just go out there and do their scenes without telling the cameramen where or what they'd be doing. So the cameramen would just chase around and try to get the shots and generally cover everyone, like in a real reality show. And the best shots, invariably, were the ones where the camera would whip around and 'find' the speaker.
Sex House: Finally, a ‘Reality’ Series We Can All Enjoy (Video)
Premise[ edit ] The first series follows the story of Otis Milburn, a socially awkward teenager, who is ambivalent about sex, despite, or perhaps because of, his mother being a sex therapist who is frank about all aspects of sexuality. After inadvertently assisting the school bully with his sexual performance anxiety, Otis sets up a sex advice business with Maeve—a confident but troubled classmate—to educate their fellow students in how to deal with their own sexual problems. That romance is further tested by the introduction of new students who challenge the status quo at Moordale High and a chlamydia outbreak that causes students to question and struggle with topical issues. Gillian Anderson as Dr Jean F. Milburn, a well-known sex therapist and Otis's mother.