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Last night (Wednesday), the season finale of DTLA aired but in case you haven’t seen it yet, we’re going to take a look at three of my favorite scenes from last week’s episode that I’m sure you’ll enjoy. Next week, we’ll do the same for the finale. As you may recall, in last week’s episode, Matthew’s (Patrick McDonald) play finally opens and the evening is filled with surprises… for everyone. *As a sidenote, did any of you see DTLA star Darryl Stephens on Two Broke Girls this week? Love that show!

In the first of my favorite scenes titled Plane Spotting, Waylon takes Lenny (Darryl Stephens) to a grassy patchy where they lay together and watch planes fly overhead. From there, then end up in the shower where they get super hot & heavy. Wow.

In the second scene called Lenny Wants To Get High, Lenny heads over to his nudist neighbors to see if he can score some weed and “take the edge off.” They invite him in and while smoking up, help him recognize where his stress is coming from.

Finally, in the third scene, SJ (Marshelle Fair) has had too much to drink and Kai (Hiro Tanaka) finds her passed out on the bathroom floor. He tries to help her get her sh*t together because her husband Norm has arrived. She is not in good shape. Check out all three scenes below and vote for your favorite. Two are NSFW just as a heads up.

Watch the clips & vote after the jump…

Last week, I shared with you two of my favorite sexy scenes from Episode 6 of DTLA. This week, I have three scenes from Episode 7 for you to check out and once again vote for your favorite out of the three. To lure you in, one of the scenes is called “Elevator Sex” Hmm… going down? Haha.

In the first scene titled “Brian Is Gone“, Lenny’s (Darryl Stephens) nudist/hippy neighbors come over to help lift his post-breakup spirits, while Brian (Matthew Stephen Herrick) has an emotional breakdown. In second scene titled “Elevator Sex,” Matthew (Patrick McDonald) & Marky (Scott Pretty) get hot & heavy when they go to explore the top of the elevator shaft (Something tells me that wasn’t the only shaft explored). Finally, in the third scene, Kai (Hiro Tanaka) is in the “Principal’s Office” to deal with the drama going on between him and one of his gay students. This is definitely one of the more intense scenes as Kai is falsely accused of some pretty serious things by both the student and subsequently his parents.

Watch the three clips below and vote for which one you like best. A new episode of DTLA airs on OUTtv tonight (Wednesday, December 8) and this coming Friday on Logo. Enjoy!

Watch three scenes after the jump and vote for your favorite…

Coming this spring is a new gay scripted drama series called “DTLA,” short for Downtown Los Angeles of course. The show is described as a cross between “Queer as Folk” and “Swingers,” with six 30-minute episodes already produced. The show is set to debut on OutTV in April 2012.

The show follows the relationships of seven friends with varied ethnic, cultural, and sexual orientations who work and live in the vibrant community of Downtown Los Angeles. “It’s a story of love, friendship, loyalty, and being true to oneself – no matter what the cost.” DTLA will be the first dramatic series with gay leads since “Queer as Folk,” “Noah’s Arc,” and “The L Word.” The story is told from the perspective of Lenny (Darryl Stephens of “Noah’s Arc”) and Bryan (newcomer Matthew Stephen Herrick), a long term couple facing some serious relationship issues. As they start to deal with the end of their relationship – their lives, as well as those around them, will forever change.

The series also stars Danny Roberts of “MTV’s Real World,” Erin Daniels of “The L Word,” Tiffany Pollard of “VH1’s I Love New York,” TV/Radio personality B. Scott, Luenell of “Borat,” Julie Goldman of “Big Gay Sketch,” William McNamara of “Doing Time On Maple Drive,” and Leslie Jordan of “Will & Grace.” Oh, how I love “Beverly Leslie” – LOL. As Karen Walker once said, “Shouldn’t you be up in your tree makin’ cookies??!!” Enjoy the trailer below.

Watch the trailer after the jump…

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