Imagine this, if you will… you get home from a long day at work. You pour a glass of (insert relaxing/alcoholic beverage here) and open your computer to decompress on YouTube for a bit. What do you go to? So many options… videos of epic fails? Vlogging? Top ten lists?
Then, like the light at the end of a funny, sexually charged tunnel, you find a show about an escort service of sex robots. That’s right. Adam Lash and Kevin Gilligan are preparing to bring us season 2 of their hilarious and sexually awkward mockumentary, Gigahoes!
When I first wrote about Gigaoes, back in January 2015, I thought it was smart and funny, and that was just with one episode. I later watched the whole first season and couldn’t wait for more. Lash and Gilligan have given us a gem of an internet show and want to bring us another season. They have launched a Kickstarter campaign, ending on August 5th, 2016, in order to get the funds to bring an even better season of the show. Season one, according to the video on the Kickstarter page, was made on a “shoe-string budget” and the creators want to provide fans with a better quality show; using better cameras and a bigger crew. Hey, who doesn’t like some good old fashioned job creation?
For those who don’t know, Gigahoes is set in the mid-2030s and focuses around Steven (played by Gilligan) and the sex robot escort service/family business he inherited, Artificial Intercourse. The show lends itself very well to the mockumentary style is portrayed in and provides a raw look at the behind the scenes of Artificial Intercourse. “Having sex with a human can be funny. Having sex with a robot is hilarious.’ said co-creator Adam Lash. If you haven’t checked out Gigahoes yet go check it out and, if you like it, support them and the creation of season 2. “Season 2 is going to be bigger and better, with new escort calls, new robots, and shocking revelations!”, says Lash.
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