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Gay men give advice on fashion, grooming, interior design, food, wine and culture to straight men.

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aired 68 days ago
The Fab 5 faces the challenge of making over a guy who wears nothing but a smile since Jim is a nudist who likes to run around naked.
aired 68 days ago
The Fab Five visit Scott B., who recently returned home to his family ranch, bringing a girlfriend and a baby daughter with him, and the Fab Five throw a barbecue to help Scott welcome Jessica and Katherine to the family.
aired 68 days ago
Gay men give advice on fashion, grooming, interior design, food, wine and culture to straight men.
aired 68 days ago
Kevin Millar, Johnny Damon, Tim Wakefield, Jason Varitek and Doug Mirabelli of the Boston Red Sox get makeovers.
aired 68 days ago
The guys help fraternal twins discover their individual styles.
aired 68 days ago
A balding lawyer enlists the help of the Fab Five in order to come clean about his hairline, as well as host an adult-only party in his child-centered home.
aired 68 days ago
The Fab Five help John prepare to propose marriage.
aired 68 days ago
An artist who has not had a haircut in nine years gets a makeover.

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