The Big Gay Sketch Show

Season 1 Episode 4

Episode 4

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM May 15, 2007 on LOGO
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Ron Odyssey (Guarino), an airline check-in desk agent gives new meaning to "customer service"; The Gay Werewolf (McGovern); "LOGO LIfetips with Chad Michael and Michael Chad" (McGovern, Guarino) teach us how to make your own glitter;$40-A-Day with...Rachael Ray (McKinnon) spends a day in New York; a look back at 1983 Gay Pride, as a group of gay men ponder about what they think will or won't happen in the future; Public Service Announcement for domestic violence featuring Naomi Campbell (Ash) and her abused maid, Flora (Goldman); "LOGO Lifetips with Chad Michael and Michael Chad" teach us how to make an easy zen rock garden.moreless

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  • An Airline agent (Stephen Guarino) does not do his job when a customer(Dion Flynn) comes up to him, only to turn him down to the next desk which turns out to be the same agent to book that customer at the other desk. A Straight man turns into a Gaymoreless

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    Werewolf(Jonny McGovern) when a full moon is out and torments his girlfriends 'mock turtleneck'. Then calls his mom(Nicol Paone) who 'is expecting his call because it is that time of month again' just to tell her he is gay but it all seems old news to her, about his werewolf counterpart. Logo Life Tips show us how to make Homemade Glitter out of tin foil over a period of(i think) 48 hours, straight. $40 a day with...Racheal Ray(Kate McKinnon) doesn't go as planned so she has to earn back a $1 or $2 and something cents the 'New York Way'(as she says), prostitution. Gay Pride 1983 shows us what onlookers/fans think the future will be like, and of course that's pretty much how everyone ,and everything, turned out. Naomi Campbell(Erica Ash) does a Public Service Announcement on Domestic Violence even though she abuses her help(Julie Goldman) on camera forcing reshoot, until she gets too frustrated. Logo Life Tips with Chad Michael and Michael Chad show us how to grow your own Zen Garden.moreless
Stephen Guarino

Stephen Guarino

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Kate McKinnon

Kate McKinnon

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Michael Serrato

Michael Serrato

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Nicol Paone

Nicol Paone

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Dion Flynn

Dion Flynn

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Julie Goldman

Julie Goldman

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • (Four men are talking at Gay Pride 1983)
      Man #1: Oh, my God, you guys, that Jennifer Beals is such an amazing dancer. She could have a whole career just dancing alone.
      Man #2: Well, that's good because she can't act.
      (Men all laugh.)
      Man #3: You know, she'd only be interesting if she played a dyke.
      Man #1: Yeah, right. Right, that'll happen.

    • Theater Worker: Hey, buddy, let's go. Show's over.
      Frank: Show? What... what show?
      Theater Worker: Wicked.
      Frank: Wicked? That musical? I hate Broadway shows. Damn this gay werewolf curse!

    • Rachael Ray: So my day in New York City was a huge success. I had fun playing that street game and then, after some helpful hints, I had a great cup of New York City-style coffee and a yummo tea biscuit, some free wings and a cool refreshing pint of beer. Now that leaves me at just a $1.80 over budget and I'm making that money back the New York City way.
      (Rachael ties up her shirt and gets into a stranger's car as a graphic onscreen reads "Hummer = $20".)

    • Rachael Ray: Now, New York is known for being pretty pricey, but I'm going to prove that I can eat like a queen by tipping like a lesbian.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Recurring sketches:
      "LOGO Lifetips with Chad Michael and Michael Chad" (fourth appearance)
      "Ron Odyssey" (first appearance)
      "Gay Werewolf" (first appearance)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Mommie Dearest
      During the Naomi Campbell sketch, Naomi tells her maid, "I told you no wire hangers, Flora," at which point Naomi beats Flora. This is an allusion to the 1981 film, Mommie Dearest (based on the book of the same name by Christina Crawford), in which Faye Dunaway playing Joan Crawford utters the film's most memorable lines, "No Wire Hangers Ever!" as she proceeds to beat her daughter with a wire hanger.

    • During the 1983 Gay Pride sketch, allusions were made to Flashdance, the 1983 dance film starring Jennifer Beals; Dynasty, the popular 1980's primetime soap opera; and Mickey, the hit 1982 pop song by Toni Basil.

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