Saturday Night Live has mocked advertising and our relationship with it over 41 seasons. From the first season's Bass-O-Matic, down through the years from Mom Jeans to Bad Idea Jeans, Schmitts Gay beer and Colon Blow cereal. But now, for every fake ad SNL may air after the guest host's monologue or later in the episode, […]
For many gays, a Grindr outage is a catastrophe on par with a tsunami or Paris Is Burning being removed from Netflix streaming, but it may not be all bad to go without Grindr for a little while. L.A.-based sketch comedy duo and YouTubers Cool Kid Adjacent have come up with a clever, effective, and non-preachy vid that encourages gays [...]
In its opening minutes, writer-director Matt Sobel’s debut feature looks to be a well-made variation on a fairly common type of indie: the “gay outsider in a small town” character sketch. Logan Miller plays Ryder, a California teen who...Show More Summary
Yes, Logo is home to the American treasure RuPaul's Drag Race (which begins Season 8 Monday, March 7) but it's also home to some great sketch comedy too. In fact, Logo's previous sketch show, The Big Gay Sketch Show is where Saturday Night Live star Katie McKinnon got her start. Show More Summary
Actor Daniel Franzese hosts Logo's new sketch comedy special, "Gay Skit Happens," February 8 at 10/9c.
Logo’s new gay sketch comedy show gives us some ideas of what to do instead of watching football.
There are plenty of differences in what happens when gay men use dating apps and what happens when straight people do. Logo’s new show Gay Skit Happens points out the differences in this sketch, which is definitely not work-friendly. Watch: Gay… Read The post Here’s the Not-So-Subtle Difference Between a First Date on Grindr vs. Tinder: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Do you know how I knew (aside from having already seen her on “The Big Gay Sketch Show”) that Kate McKinnon was going to be a big star? Because on her very first episode as a cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” back in 2012, she delivered like bananas on this sketch. Show More Summary
Meet the cast of Logo's upcoming comedy sketch show, "Gay Skit Happens," by looking at their online video dating profiles.
Adam Driver IS Dr. Rockhard.
The Saturday Night Live sketch showcases Driver's enormous talents.
On last night's "Saturday Night Live," Adam Driver played Dr. Rockhard in a gay porn sketch.
A man known for his sketches has channeled his funny through a new web series. Brian Jordan Alvarez is the creative force behind The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo, which follows its titular characters as he sorts out his own life and the lives of those around him. Alvarez plays Caleb, whose friends constantly turn to his for dating advice. Show More Summary
The Kids in the Hall, the Canadian sketch comedy group known for their dark, semi-surreal brand of comedy made waves at the end of the 20th Century. Hilarious and often challenging, their sketches and show, which ran on HBO and CBS from...Show More Summary
Comedian Brian Jordan Alvarez is back with the sequel to his YouTube sketch, "The Gay Age Gap Is Real."
By Julie Masis MONTREAL, Quebec — What do you see on Canada’s new coin design? At first glance, it might look like a happy group of adults and children dancing in a circle. But fashion designer Robert Beaupre, who sketched the image, says he wa… The post In Canada You Could Soon Be Walking Around With Tiny Gay Couples in Your Pocket appeared first on Towleroad.
Let Freedom (Cock) Ring! As of June 26, 2015, the U.S. of A. now has given everyone the opportunity to marry whomever they like regardless of gender. As each state has had its battle with the decision on a different...
As Comedy Central readies for the July 8 premiere of Key and Peele‘s new season, the network has released a very topical sketch: Keegan-Michael Key plays a Michigan congressman who’s emphasizing how he cares about everyone during a town hall meeting that’s being recorded and broadcast by C-SPAN — whether they’re young, old, Asian, Hispanic, straight or gay. … Read More
(Steven Hayward) We’re featured the humor of Key & Peele here before (remember “Curse the Brilliant TSA!“), but I’m not sure they can get away with sketches like these much longer–certainly not on a college campus. I especially likeShow More Summary
It's no "Don't tase me, bro!" moment, but the sketch sums up just how ridiculous media coverage of "Town Hall" meetings has become.