Since Queer Eye for the Straight Guy debuted last summer, sketch comedy shows like Saturday Night Live and Mad TV have offered some very funny, on-target parodies including a queer eye makeover for Santa. And so, the folks at Comedy Central thought the time was right to satirize the trendiest show on cable on a weekly basis. Straight Plan for the Gay Man is a send-up of Queer Eye that, as its title announces, reverses the roles of its gay and straight participants. Each week, a gay man who is curious about what it would be like to experience some facet of the straight world gets his wish granted by four spirited, 20something, gay-friendly heterosexual males.
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Mad TV - Wikipedia
Mad TV was a sketch comedy show that ran for fifteen seasons from to The show featured comedy that pushed boundaries and showcased the talent of the cast. The show included gay-themed skits, which shined a light on gay people, long before it was popular to do so. So, if you have a sense of humor, take a look through the top five gay-themed skits from Mad TV. Stevie Comes Out This is an all too familiar story.
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The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles was under the direction of Christopher Verdugo from until September 9, when Verdugo decided to step down as director in search of new opportunities. The cast partners up local schools and community members to deliver relatable content to youth at risk of bullying and their potential allies. At the end of December, Dr.
Season 5 of Mad TV began with only a few changes to the cast: Nelson Ascencio the show's first Cuban-American cast member and first cast member to have an identical twin brother who sometimes appeared in sketches with him and Brooke Totman joined the show as featured players. This would be the final season for the Spy vs. Spy shorts. Alex Borstein 's Ms.