‘Daddy Issues’ With A Dad Who Looks Like Nick Jonas?

Drew Canan in 'Bad Boy's Daddy Issues'
Drew Canan in ‘Bad Boy’s Daddy Issues’

Artie O’Daly shares the latest installment of his wild and wacky ‘Bad Boys’ web series.

Arriving home from the gym decked out in totally 1980s short shorts, Scott (played by O’Daly) is surprised to find Jim (Drew Canan) preparing for an impromptu memorial service for his dead father who was the victim of an apparent wood chipper incident.

Jim’s Aunt Whitney (Theresa Ryan) barges in and immediately becomes obsessed with Scott’s short shorts setting up a series of butt crack bits.

Jim’s ‘best brah’ James (Alex Dyon) arrives for the memorial service as we find out the dead dad looks a whole lot like Nick Jonas. #NotMadAtThat

But as Jim begins his tribute it seems the only memories he has of his dad involve felonies, child abandonment, and orange chicken. #GoodTimes

James reminisces about the time he peeked at the dad naked in the shower: “And that’s when I knew that I was going to be ‘gay for pay.’”

Turns out James is a ‘brah-stitute,’ which is totally not a prostitute because he only charges $50 (although he offers Scott a senior discount at $40).

A moment from ‘Bad Boy’s Daddy Issues’ (screen capture)

When Scott tries to point out that Jim clearly has daddy issues, Jim disagrees: “What kind of issues would I have because of my dad? I feel like a kid, I like older men, and I have a daddy. Like, I’m all set.”

Eventually Jim and James flip the script on Scott and confront him about his own issues with his father.

But don’t worry, we don’t get mired in anything deep as soon there are suggestions for wrestling in pudding and a group rinse-off.

If it all sounds absurd, that’s because it is. Between the sharp, rapid-fire dialogue, Scott’s short-shorts, the eccentric characters plus the requisite shot of Jim shirtless, it all adds up to a brief yet worthy escape from the madcap world we’re living in today.

Check out Instinct’s previous coverage of the ‘Bad Boys’ series here.

 

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