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|A&E's 'Relapse' features gay Atlanta man|
|Written by Ryan Watkins|
|Tuesday, 26 April 2011 10:44|
Last night's episode of “Relapse” on A&E told the story of a gay Atlanta man working with a sober coach in an effort to get off drugs and alcohol. If you've never seen it, “Relapse” follows the same vein as its sister program “Intervention.”
Johnny, a male prostitute, is an alcoholic with some deep personal issues. He brings in Doug Caine, a sober coach, for seven days in an effort to turn his life around. I don't want to spoil anything for you, but it's pretty powerful stuff.
Here's A&E's episode description:
Johnny, a handsome American-Indian, lives on a beautiful estate and parties at the best restaurants. But he's a raging alcoholic who hates himself for being gay and a male prostitute. Can a sober coach get him to do the work required to save his life?
Johnny takes us around Midtown early in the episode, including stops at Burkhart's and Blake's on the Park before he decides he wants to live sober.
A&E has the full episode available on its website. You should really check it out.
Top photo: "Johnny" discusses his life on drugs and alcohol on A&E's "Relapse" (via aetv.com)
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