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This reality series follows several men in Las Vegas who work as gigolos, although -- for legal reasons -- the company's owner classifies the business as a "companion service" whose clients pay an hourly rate. The show, which delves into the guys' personal and professional lives, is surprisingly truthful and heartfelt, and it shows the wild ride that real-life escorts experience. The men providing companionship include Wisconsin native Nick, who was in the Air Force before starting his company that books entertainment for private parties, athletic Vin, who has a passion for learning, and entrepreneur Brace, whose business interests include real estate and nutritional supplements.

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Vin stars in a couple's personal video production; Vin's girlfriend takes a job out of town; tensions rise between Nick and Jimmy.
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A record producer agrees to work with Nick; Steven meets a woman with a fairytale fetish.
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The guys forget Steven's birthday; Brace introduces Nic to the joys of a colonic.
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A client hires Vin to participate in a salsa competition; Brace has a crisis of faith.
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Brace tries pulling out, but the guys give him a hard time; Bradley is lapped by his date; Ash is feeling itchy.
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Brace is nervous with a new lady; when his date becomes a liability, Nick takes measures for extra protection.
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Nick breaks hearts with his debut track; Bradley and Brace clean up for their dates; Vin spends time with his brother.
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Brace goes wild while helping his friend; Ash's client asks him to take bold strides.
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Brace helps Nick make his boyhood dream a reality; Bradley takes care of a woman who has faced death; Ash is shot.
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Brace's nephews visit, and the guys realize that they are similar to their uncle; Nick mentors a new gigolo; Bradley makes a mess.
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Nick paints the town an array of colors; Brace is roped into the all-strings attached fantasy of a client.
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Vin has a special date and proves that good things can come in small packages; Nick has a fight with a date.
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Nick teaches Vin how to swim; Brace goes commercial; Bradley contends with his baggage.
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A date takes Bradley on a fighter plane over the Las Vegas skyline; Nick participates in a marksmanship duel.
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The group embarks on a new chapter; Nick prepares for a photo shoot; a married couple spices up their relationship with Vin's help.
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Nick learns not to challenge a stripper; Vin tries a new business; Brace is beaten.
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Wrestler Buff Bagwell wants to try his hand at being a gigolo; Ash gets into a client's fantasy.
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When Brace struggles with a rough patch, the guys offer support; Bradley forces himself into a new role.
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Nick challenges Vin to a rap battle; Bradley is bold on his date.
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Brace encourages a client to expand her horizons; Nick shows off his mustache.
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Brace's date has a fetish for a bygone era; Ash searches for answers about his sleeplessness.

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