Now that he is committed, Gavin’s quest to embrace mediocrity scales new heights.
He explores more of life’s inescapable clichés, as well as the many quirks of human nature. He looks into the absurdity of privilege with tales of the good, the bad and the ugly, in his unique dark philosophical way.
Gavin knows he is not special anymore, and can’t grasp that others still think that they are. Still gay, married and middle-aged and standing head and shoulders among the rest, he is mediocre as f**k.
“Mediocrity has never been this funny” The Independent (UK) 4 stars