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Survivor: Gay Pool Party Edition

by Dan Tracer May 17, 2016


With Danny’s go-go career seemingly back on track, and despite a failed attempt at breaking into the adult film industry, he’s finally ready to relax and unwind. All work and no play makes something something.

OK, so what if his entire adult life essentially consists of partying? It can feel like a full time job.

In this week’s episode of Jimmy Fowlie‘s Go-Go Boy Interrupted, Danny plunges into the nexus of LA A-gays, the pool party.

Does he make it out alive? Will he be too drunk to drive home and have to leave his car in the Hollywood hills? Will anyone actually eat the food?

Tune in for the dramatic conclusion:

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