After being hounded for weeks to watch the Web series "Husbands," I finally checked out some of Season 1 last night. (Season 2 recently started.) Ironically, it was actually THIS article in Out magazine -- the print edition I received in the mail yesterday -- that finally convinced me to give the online show a chance. Its pedigree (co-writer/creator Jane Espenson worked on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Once and Again," to name two) was as impressive as its co-leading man was handsome, so what did I have to lose? For those of you not watching, "Husbands" is about a flamboyant out actor (Cheeks played by Brad Bell, who is the co-creator/writer) and a recently out/Mormon professional baseball player (Brady played by Sean Hemeon) who celebrate marriage equality by getting drunk and tying the knot in Vegas. When they wake up and realize what they have done, they decide it wouldn't be in anyone's best interest to immediately divorce or annul the union. (GLAAD's even on the horn!) That the duo feels such an enormous responsibility as gay role models not to make a mockery out of marriage equality that they give it a go is admittedly more plausible than someone like Brady falling for Cheeks -- or believing that Nevada (home of Sharon Angle) would permit same-sex marriage anytime soon -- but I'm finding it endearing so far nonetheless. Perhaps my aversion to Web series is best on display with this fact: Each webisode is about two minutes long, yet I still didn't have the patience to go through all 11 from Season 1 last night. The producers must have realized this was a problem -- especially for those not watching them as they come out -- so for Season 2, the show will have just three eight-minute episodes. The first episode is below, watch all of them HERE.