On Caprica, Sam Adama was in a relationship with his partner, Larry. While we never learned if they were married, when executive producer Jane Espenson was asked if Capricans would support gay marriage, she said, “Yes, absolutely. Capricans always have viewed all marriages as equal. Wouldn’t occur to them not to.”
Here we live in a different world, where gay marriage is being accepted in trickles across the United States of America. But in Jane Espenson’s web series, Husbands, gay marriage just became legalized throughout the entire country. Post-celebration, Cheeks and Brady find out that being married may not be all that they had wished for, despite Cheeks’ best friend Haley’s attempts to make it work. For the Caprica fan in you, you’ll be pleased to see Alessandra Torresani (Zoe) playing the part of Haley.
If you need a good laugh, check out Husbands the Series today. Each episode is approximately 2 1/2 minutes long, perfect for squeezing in during your busy day. The last episode comes out today, but you can catch up on all the previous episodes by visiting the Husbands Episodes page.
If you like Husbands and want to see more, the creators are considering a second season. But in order for that to happen they need as many people watching as they can get. So please like Husbands on Facebook and share the link to the Husbands episodes with your friends. As Jane Espenson stressed at the New York Comic Con panel, we’re all Team Husbands. So check out the intimate, hilarious look that Husbands gives to gay marriage and recommend it to friends so we can all see more!Share on Facebook