If this is the end of the series, it couldn't have been accomplished in grander style, wit, and love. Ostensibly about the crises and love life of Isle of Wright's Blue Lagoon Restaurant owners Wig and Nibs, it's really another extension of the wonderfully whacky adventures of the Owens family of London and the Isle. This off-the-wall group includes two gay sons, Sam and Paul, whose daily lives have dovetailed with their respective love lives, both with Americans, Liam for Sam and Olaf for Paul. We've met these two couples in the previous issues of the series, and they are still around through this madcap whirl.
Not that Wig and Nibs are ignored. No, this is their story, but it's also about how a small group of gay men intersect the lives of other people to the extent that they make a difference in the lives of others, and in effect create a community of interests and love. You will laugh, perhaps shed a tear or two, but along the way you will have a wonderful time and regain your faith in your fellow man, and the men in heir lives.