The comedians of new sketch comedy show, Gay Skit Happens, give their best punchlines to the timeless joke, tailored to include the GOP presidential candidate. See their humor on display starting Monday, February 8 at 10 p.m. Eastern on Logo.
To empathize with those on the less fortunate side of the street, and gain perspective that we are all equal. Ha! Who am I kidding? He probably just needed to change his point of view yet again.
Bill Posley is the Beginning Black Friend, the starter kit. He makes it easier for people to have other black friends. Like the California Roll is to sushi or Will Smith was to rap music. So email him if you are trying to raise your Street Credit Score.
To get that purplish-white concealer he puts around his eyes.
Brian Jordan Alvarez makes videos and shows and is madly in love with you! Check him out at YouTube.com/brianjordanalvarez. He's currently on Jane the Virgin on the CW. He flew to New York and tested for SNL this year and he hasn't heard back but everything’s fine.
It was the fascist way to get to the other side.
Courtney Pauroso is an alum of the Sunday Company of The Groundlings, whose TV credits include Key & Peele, 2 Broke Girls, and Franklin & Bash. You can find her all over YouTube in sketches from Nacho Punch and as a host of Top Fails Breakdown, or on FeralAudio.com where she hosts the feminist podcast “We Should Have A Podcast.”
To get rid of all Muslims, and ugly people, and women on their period, and generally all women who aren’t hot — whatever that means — and losers, and any military person captured in war — cause God knows those are losers — and poor people, and Mexicans who are rapists, but American rapists are fine, and also don’t forget his sons go hunting in Africa and literally kill elephants and endangered animals (Google it, there are photos).
You may remember Julie Goldman from Logo’s Big Gay Sketch Show, and can now see Julie co-hosting The Vanderpump Rules After Show, and she is a series regular on Bravo’s The People’s Couch. Julie regularly performs stand-up around the country and is constantly looking for work and will never be her goal weight.
To fire the red light.
Ken Kirby is an actor, comedian, improviser, banana, and a Canadian with a cultural sense of humor instilled from a young age. Ken enjoys dim-sum, espresso, and fitted suits.
Because "a black" got too close.
Lyric Lewis is a native of New Orleans, a Taurus, and a Sunday Company member of The Groundlings. When she's not performing for "the biz" every Sunday night, she's at home playing with her imaginary dog... Baby Sugar.
Because he was seeing the same damn 20 guys on Grindr. Oh wait, that was me... No time for politics, sex to be had. #youdoallthework
Stephen Guarino is starring in Jim Carrey's Showtime dark comedy I'm Dying Up Here, and is well known for the over-the-top character Derrick on ABC/Hulu's Happy Endings, as well as three magical seasons of the Big Gay Sketch Show on Logo. Theatre was his dream, and TV is what he got. He has a bunch of credits on IMDB, or see how he has aged at www.stephenguarino.com.
A. To collect more road kill to moonlight as his toupee.
B. To put his name on another building.
C. Because he couldn't fit on the same side of the street as his ego.
Tara DeFrancisco is an artist mostly known for improvisational work with iO Chicago, ComedySportz, and Second City theaters, as well as touring her own critically acclaimed, two-person, improvised musical, HERE, to more than 14 countries and 40 cities last year. She is delighted to join this ensemble and do ridiculous things. Follow her on twitter @taradefrancisco.