I Favolosi Beekman Boys

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I Favolosi Beekman Boys

La serie si richiama, con alcune innovazioni (prima di tutto con una coppia gay), ad una popolare sit-com degli anni ’60, Green Acres, che aveva come star Eddie Albert e Eva Gabor, cosa che ha fatto nascere per la nuova serie il soprannome di Gay Green Acres. Lo show, che si presenta come un reality, racconta le vicissitudini di una coppia gay che, dopo dieci anni di felice convivenza, decidono di diventare agricoltori. Josh Kilmer-Purcell era un autore di bestsellers, direttore pubblicitario ed ex drag-queen, mentre il suo compagno, Brent Ridge, era un fisico vicepresidente alla Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. La storia s’ispira al libro di Josh Kilmer-Purcell, “The Bucolic Plague: How Two Manhattanites Became Gentlemen Farmers: An Unconventional Memoir”.
Dopo aver venduto il loro appartamento abbandonano la loro vita a Manhattan e acquistano una fattoria in una piccola cittadina dello stato di New York, che chiamano Beekman Farm, con un’ospitale e spaziosa residenza abitativa oltre ai granai e rimesse varie. Nonostante che l’azienda agricola sia situata in un’area del Paese molto conservatrice, la nuova coppia di agricoltori gay viene accolta assai bene dai vicini, più interessati a vicendevoli aiuti che alle differenti idee politiche. Oltre ai due protagonisti, la fattoria si arricchisce di un’altro agricoltore, il tenero gay “Farmer John” e delle sue cento capre (alle quali è molto affezionato e che spesso lo fanno piangere), dell’impiegata Martha Stewart e di diversi animali, tra i quali dei gatti cacciatori di topi, due maialini (che dovrebbero essere mangiati più avanti ma che invece diventeranno i loro beniamini; troppo ridicole le scene della ricerca quando fuggono) e Pokey, una lunatica Lama che ogni volta che si avvicina a Brent questi pensa che sia ammalata e bisognosa di cure. La fattoria diventerà produttrice di sapone artigianale e di squisite cibarie che verranno vendute attraverso un accattivante sito web. Altri residenti di Sharon Springs entrano nella serie, come la coppia gay Doug Plummer e Garth Roberts, proprietari dell’American Hotel, che Brent invita spesso a casa per un tè. La serie è stata trasmessa doppiata sul canale Discovery Travel & Living di Sky TV dal mese di ottobre 2010.

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Ep. 1 – “When Pigs Fly” June 16, 2010 Josh and Brent work the farm with the help of Farmer John, adding pigs to the range of animals they are raising. Josh is hurt when Brent declines to come to the city for Josh’s first reading from his new book. The couple clash over the strain being apart during the week and working all weekend puts on their relationship.

Ep. 2 – “Beekmanpalooza” June 16, 2010 Brent organizes the first Harvest Weekend to draw attention to Sharon Springs and the variety of local produce available from area farmers. The three-day event includes a garden party, a harvest festival and a gourmet meal prepared from local ingredients. Josh is dismayed when Brent makes him dress in a colonial-era costume for the debut of the farm’s new goat milk cheese.

Ep. 3 – “Unhappy Birthday” June 23, 2010 Josh is upset that Brent booked the farm for a wedding the same weekend as Josh’s 40th birthday. Rain threatens to wash out the wedding but at the last moment the skies clear and the wedding is a success. The boys finds the occasion bittersweet as they had always thought theirs would be the first wedding at Beekman Farm. Brent throws Josh a birthday party and later surprises him with a dining room table that Josh had designed years earlier and Brent has built.

Ep. 4 – “Suds & Studs” June 30, 2010 Breeding season leaves Brent and Farmer John dealing with a herd of horny goats. Meanwhile, Brent struggles to fill an order for 14,000 bars of soap. He finishes with help from Doug, Garth and friend Michelle and a surprise assist from Josh.

Ep. 5 – “Bringing Home the Bacon” July 7, 2010 Brent and Josh have their pigs, Porky and Bess, slaughtered and discuss how grateful they are for their “sacrifice”. While Brent promotes Beekman 1802 at a cheese event by Martha Stewart, Josh spends the week at the farm to help him “connect” to it. The boys have their first meal made from their slaughtered pigs and ponder whether to raise pigs again next season.

Ep. 6 – “The Haunting of Beekman Farm” July 15, 2010 It is halfway through the year that Brent and Josh have dedicated to establishing the Beekman 1802 brand and they are worried about the strain running the farm is putting on their relationship. The boys carve turnips into jack-o’-lanterns for Halloween with their goth neighbors Kat and Douglas, who discuss “Mary”, a ghost who allegedly haunts the Beekman house. Brent and Josh call in the North East Paranormal Society for a consultation. The boys attend a fundraiser for the medical center founded by Brent and Martha Stewart; after, they express their relationship concerns. On Halloween night, the ghost hunters return and claim to find evidence of spirits.

Ep. 7 – “Turkey a la Queens” July 22, 2010 Thanksgiving at the Beekman brings visits from Josh’s parents and Brent’s mother, triggering Brent’s anxiety that he is a disappointment to her because he’s gay. Brent and Josh differ over the meaning of Thanksgiving, with Brent focusing on family and Josh working to make the perfect meal. Farmer John, Doug, Garth and Michelle join the family to share the meal.

Ep. 8 – “Three Men and a Baby Goat” July 29, 2010 Following hip replacement surgery Farmer John returns to the Beekman to convalesce. After a day under Brent’s care John calls his boyfriend to take him away. In his absence the boys have trouble handling the herd. With goat birthing imminent, John returns to assist with difficult births.

Ep. 9 – “Le Grand Fromage” August 4, 2010 Josh stresses over creating sample cheese dishes for possible inclusion on the menu of chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s new restaurant. Farmer John tries to come up with names for all of the new baby goats but won’t let Josh help until he learns all the goat breeds. Jean-Georges is impressed by Josh’s dishes and agrees to put the cheese on his menu.

Ep. 10 – “Trouble in Store” August 11, 2010

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