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

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A man tired of being the "bigger" twin tries to lose weight.
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The Fab Five help Joe prepare, both physically and emotionally, for a heart-rending family reunion with the father he has not seen in 20 years.
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The guys help fraternal twins discover their individual styles.
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The guys help a gym teacher learn the fundamentals of good style.
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A man gets a new look to surprise his stepdaughter on her birthday.
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The guys help a Brooklyn gambler change his odds.
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A deputy chief of sanitation gets help cleaning up his act.
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The Fab Five help John prepare to propose marriage.
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The Fab Five give a kick-boxing instructor a new look.
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A successful entrepreneur from Long Island gets a makeover to surprise his wife.
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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.
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The Fab Five give a Port Authority policeman a new look.
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Susan Lucci hosts a "Straight Guy Pageant;" the Fab Five reunite along with former cast members.
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An artist who has not had a haircut in nine years gets a makeover.
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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.
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Kevin Millar, Johnny Damon, Tim Wakefield, Jason Varitek and Doug Mirabelli of the Boston Red Sox get makeovers.
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Gay men give advice on fashion, grooming, interior design, food, wine and culture to straight men.
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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.
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Willy "The City's Nicest Guy," gets help from the guys as they prepare for his 16 year-old son to move in.
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The Fab Five brings back optimism and light into the life of Jim Mumford, a physician working at a hospital for the poor, who has been living in the shadows of a lost wife; the Fabbers will leave him with a new lease on life.
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A man embraces being gay.

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