July 4th weekend in Los Angeles can only mean one thing…Black Gay Pride! There’s no better way to end Season 2 than for Noah and the gang get themselves, and their outfits, together for a charity fashion show and the annual beach party.
It's a dark day in the life of our guys as one of the friends experiences homophobia in the worst possible way. Resolutions may be found…but at what cost?
Someone is fired, someone is fired up, and someone puts out a fire. Noah is invited on a popular talk show when a certain hot topic gets controversial, but he's got a few things to work out first.
Ricky's love life gets complicated, Noah's new 'friend' turns up the heat, a desperate housewife struggles to find what she truly wants, a birthday boy gets offered more than slice of cake, and someone needs a straight jacket!
Let the party begin! Noah's day is turned topsy-turvy when a British hip-hop star crash lands in town. His idea of a good time stirs up plenty of trouble, but leads to a budding reconnection…and a revelation!
What do you get when you mix a double-date with your ex, two scandalous encounters with hired help, a third wheel house guest and two desperate housewives? A recipe for disaster.
A shopping trip for new house furnishings goes awry when a family member disappears and blasts from the past threaten to reignite old flames. Ricky surprises himself, and a certain someone, with a revelation.
The second season begins with a bang as Noah and the gang experience more than just a physical shake-up! A traveler returns with some interesting "baggage".
As tensions mount between Noah and Wade, a handsome stranger threatens to rip them apart.
Wade temporarily moves in with Noah, causing much more tension than Noah expected. Meanwhile, Chance's special request to his boyhood church is met with a less than enthusiastic response.
When Wade's career takes a downward spiral, Noah suggests they collaborate on a project, to disastrously tense results. At the same time, Alex monopolizes everyone's time helping to set up his new business.
After the success of his first studio writing gig, Noah schemes to find a way to restore Wade's professional manhood. Meanwhile, the gang rallies around Ricky as he faces a personal crisis.
Noah's status as a starving artist takes a turn for the worst when he gets way behind on his rent and has to sell his beloved classic car after refusing financial help from Wade. Continuing his evolution into the perfect boyfriend, Wade decides to throw him a surprise birthday party to cheer him up.
Noah insists upon meeting Wade's straight friends, but feels uncomfortable when he discovers that Wade hasn't come out to them. Frustrated by Wade's subtle attempts to get him to "butch it up", Noah struggles to stand his ground and be true to his identity.
After weeks of neglecting his friends in favor of his new man, Noah tries to bring the two sides together at Sunday brunch. But Wade's ignorance of all things gay shines through, as does his jealousy over Noah and Ricky's physical closeness.
Noah introduces his best friends Alex, Ricky and Chance to his new friend Wade, an obviously straight screenwriter. The guys note Noah's attraction to Wade and warn him against getting involved, but is there a chance Wade might be gay? Meanwhile, Ricky struggles to resist the advances of his hot new store clerk; Alex discovers his boyfriend Trey's extracurricular internet activity; and Chance feels the pressures of moving in with his new man and baby stepdaughter. Contains adult themes and sexual dialog; viewer discretion advised.
His appeal is hard to miss on screen as Wade. Off screen, he's just as appealing.
Watch this clip to find out which actor has a run in with a phone booth.
Actor Christian Vincent talks candidly about his take on the deeper sides of his character Ricky.
Actor Rodney Chester talks about being with Noah's Arc from the beginning stages to starring on Logo.
Behind the scenes with the child star of Noah's Arc. She will win you over, guaranteed.
Go behind the scenes with the crew of Noah's Arc as they set the stage to crash the party.