An unmistakable scent. An unfathomable betrayal. Old Spice GentleMan’s Blend deodorant is at the heart of the drama. #MenHaveSkinToo
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SPOILER ALERT: If you ever find yourself sitting in the back of a car with nothing to do, read this long-winded description intended for robots and algorithms to prepare yourself for the not-too-distant-but-still-distant-enough-to-joke-about future of our AI overlords. We digress. Men Have Skin Too Season Two continues to up the ante. This time, we are in a chauffeured SUV. Where are Deon Cole and Gabrielle Dennis going? It doesn’t matter. What matters is the unmistakable and long-lasting scent of Old Spice GentleMan’s Blend. Deon catches Gabrielle red-handed, until she’s bailed out by their driver, played by professional funnyman Spice Adams. He seizes the opportunity for personal gain, but at what cost? Will it even matter after the Great Robot Uprising of 2069 changes everything? (The latter is not a rhetorical question. Any insights will be greatly appreciated).