The Big Gay Sketch Show: Season 2
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Surprisingly, the best material can be found in the bonus features. A satire about Logo deciding to turn the show straight is both topical and multilayered; sketches about a girl-scout troop leader freaking out when she gets lost and fag hags show a hint of character dimension; and "behind the scenes" footage mocking Logo itself is funnier than anything that was actually broadcast. Also, cast member Julie Goldman conducts a couple of refreshingly personable interviews with two of the show's other performers, Kate McKinnon and Nicole Paone. The Big Gay Sketch Show doesn't reinvent sketch comedy, but it does offer a super-powered Liza crying out, "There's a pain in my new hip--that means a homosexual is in trouble!" --Bret Fetzer
- The Big Straight Sketch Show
- Julie Goldman's celesbian interviews
- 10 new bonus sketches
- 10 interviews with all cast members and director
- The big gay bloopers
- Behind the big gay scenes footage
Top Customer Reviews
I laughed so hard at the Paula Dean and Jenny Craig sketches that I was afraid I would pass out and be found face down on the living room carpet with the other end pointed to the heavens. All I can say is, "Sir! Take my money. This DVD is worth any price!"
Logo is INSANE for not airing this show more often. Indeed it is the homo version of SNL - when SNL was GOOD.
And if I am correct, they rely on DVD quota sales in order to be signed onto the next season, so pay [...] AND the chance to watch another season next year. What a steal!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Funny and creative sketches that will have you on the floor laughing, especially FitzWilliam!Published 9 months ago by Michael
funny funny funny - this show should have run for yearsPublished 18 months ago by Michael C. Wright
I'd forgotten some of the skits. Is the third season going to be available soon? Wish there'd be more, though.Published on May 24, 2013 by Ron Caldwell
I can't say enough about how funny this show is! The DVD version is UNCENSORED and this is one of the rare times where profanity is actually essential to the humor in some skits. Read morePublished on September 23, 2009 by Randy McBrayer