Pocket Gay; Bear in the Burbs; Chad Michael and Michael Chad of Logo Life Tips teaches how to make your own ice; ‘When i Knew’ the cast reflects on when they knew they were gay (or not).
Political Project Runway; “The Honeymooners” parody; Elaine Strich as a wal-mart greeter.
The program was originally titled The Big Gay Show but was renamed during production.
WHEN: Airs on Logo on Tuesdays beginning April 24th, 2007.
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Correct pronounciation of “Ahngella” by Cecily Strong. How would you like it if the NSA had access to all personal electronic data? Semi-seriously, though, Mc Kinnon uses the weird rigidity of the imagined Merkel to make her obvious embarrassment really touching. “During this time, I also sent many tiny ee-youuu-mails. What Barack Obama’s search history is probably like, according to Merkel: a) “how to manage your many friends” b) “what is the healthiest vegetable” c) “can your marriage be too happy? Her little litany of success as she begins to perk back up, freed by her disclosure, joined in the spirit of sisterhood with Cecily and her female audience, mildly sexually charged by the attention of her male audience.
Correct use of “mobile” over “cell phone.” It’s the little things. The way her eyes flit down and to the right when she says “eins is the loneliest number.” Mc Kinnon’s Merkel is deeply sympathetic. She’s okay telling us about her transparent play to attract Friedrichs’ attention. Angela Merkela is no fool, just undone by love as are the rest of us orbiting the sun on our fragile blue planet. The moment when she loses all composure, as it occurs to her that Barack Obama may have seen her Google search history. ” d) “nickelback tour schedule” e) “jason segel no shirt” 9.
It's the return of Fitzwilliam, La Tanya, Logo Life Tips, the Lorna Doones Lady, and "Elaine Stritch" as newcomers Paolo Andino and Colman Domingo join recurring cast members Erica Ash, Julie Goldman, Stephen Guarino, Jonny Mc Govern, Kate Mc Kinnon, and Nicol Paone for the second season of irreverent sketch comedy from executive producer Rosie O'Donnell.