Careful on the Road!
After being betrayed by Wes and Jay, Devon leaves The Call Boys for Fuckarmy. But the longer Devon stays at his new place of employment, the more obvious it becomes that he is just a pawn in Kjetl Benson's hands.
I Think I've Made a Big Mistake
Business is booming for The Callboys as Devon, Jay and Wesley find themselves highly in demand. So much, in fact, that Randy is even solicited by a client for a night of phone sex. Meanwhile, Jay learns about Miguel, a new competitor.
Devon arranges a meeting with saleswomen Fonda and Wendy, who run a firm that produces personalized sex toys. As Wes watches Fonda wrap his co-workers around her finger, he realizes he’s falling for her. But, would she date a callboy?
Randy is the Nephew
Wesley tries to quit the escort service in one day so that he can prove himself to Fonda. But his exit strategy is complicated by poor timing when he decides to inform his co-workers during their monthly colonic.
After Wes quits escorting, Fonda keeps her promise and they go out on a date. But, she is concerned about his ability to sell their line of sex toys. Meanwhile, Jay produces and stars in an action-packed viral video to promote their new merchandise.
I've Got the Callboys in My House
It’s been two weeks since the sex toys have been delivered and sales have been flat. Wes, now determined to sell all of their product, leads The Call Boys into a tense negotiation with the coked up CEO of Fuckarmy.
A Small Decision Can Have Huge Consequences
After Mike witnesses his puppy get run over, he is ridiculed by the immature Wesley. The shopkeeper blows a fuse, gears up with paintball guns and drives off to ambush The Call Boys. Once the bullets start flying, it’s every gigolo for himself.
What is Mine, is Thine
More than a year has passed since the death of Jay Vleugels and the Callboys are still recovering. Jeremy does his best to find his footing but when he and Devon are double-booked for a role play, the newbie makes a critical error.
The Wall as a Symbol of What?
After a drastic decision by Wes, things at Callboys Inc become stressful. Meanwhile, Devon tests a new formula, while Randy and Jeremy are booked as a sexy double act; Anthony does everything in his power to steer Wes through these rough times.
Basically, Nothing has changed
The Callboys are elated when the bookings start pouring in and their popularity seems to reach new heights. However, the missing Wes finally resurfaces with a grand plan, which Anthony is not keen to take on.
Swallow and Carry On
Wes is back as chairman for the first official meeting of ‘Callboys 2.0’. They now have the necessary means and the world is their oyster. But Anthony is in trouble and he decides to take a big risk in order to get his life back on track.
While Wes desperately tries to contribute ideas, Randy offers him a solution when he brings on the now washed out Anthony Biets. Luckily, Anthony has a clear idea of where the Callboys should be headed... but it calls for an overhaul of the operation!
Imagination Exceeds the Performance
The Callboys panic. They’ve messed up again. Heads are bound to fall. Quarrels about how to approach the problem drive a wedge between the management. To make matters even worse, two ghosts from the past have returned to complicate the business.
- Jan Eelen
- Matteo Simoni, Rik Verheye, Bart Hollanders, Stef Aerts, Katrin Lohmann, Bruno Vanden Broecke, Jelle De Beule, Tom Dewispelaere
- Executive Producer
- Hilde Delaere, Michiel Devlieger
- Supervising Producer
- Peter Ceustermans
- Associate Producer
- Lore Pierreux
- Pieter Van Alphen
- Jan Eelen, Youri Boone