The Big Gay Sketch Show

LOGO (ended 2010)




Episode Guide

  • Season 1
    • Episode 1
      Episode 1
      Episode 1
      Pocket Gay toy (Guarino); News segment report on a "Bear" (Serrato) in the Burbs; Chad Michael and Michael Chad (McGovern, Guarino) of Logo Life Tips teach you how to make your own ice; When I Knew segments, featuring the cast reflecting on when they knew they were gay; Political Project Runway; LOGO at Nite presents The Honeymooners (gay parody with Rhonda and Alice Kramden); Elaine Stritch (Paone) works as a Wal-Mart greeter.moreless
    • 4/24/07
      Pocket Gay is every boy and girl's best new playmate in this commercial parody. Worlds collide in the news report on Bear in the Burbs, which warns of the dangers of wandering into someone else's 'hood. Logo Life Tips spruces up the art of cocktail parties by making your own Ice! When I Knew recalls the moment when our cast members knew they were gay (or not)! Political Project Runway features Barbara Bush, Ariana Huffington, Abraham Lincoln, and Condaleeza Rice as they compete for Heidi Klum and the judges in this reality show send up. The Honeymooners like you've never seen them: Rhonda Kramden tries to please her lifetime companion Alice by delivering her a TV. Elaine Strich can never leave the Broadway stage, even if she's stuck working as a Walmart Greeter.moreless
    • Episode 2
      Episode 2
      Episode 2
      LOGO at Nite presents The Facts of Life, gay parody of when Jo (Paone) arrives and is forced to share a bed with Blair (McKinnon); former Russian KGB agent Svetlana (Guarino) kills the competition (literally) during a routine group audition for a chorus girl; Lesbian Speed dating; Chicago Style Yoga with LaTanya (Ash), which is not so serene; "LOGO Lifetips with Chad Michael and Michael Chad (McGovern, Guarino)" teach us how to make your own bookmark (out of bacon); gender confused Fitzwilliam (McKinnon) wishes for his ultimate Christmas present (i.e., a vagina).moreless
    • Jo and Blair discover the joys of friendship in a Facts of Life parody. Russian former KGB agent and chorus girl Svetlana kills for the gig. Lesbian Speed Dating shows what can happen in 3 minutes. Chicago Style Yoga is everything but serene. Chad Michael and Michael Chad of Logo Life Tips explain the joys of Bookmarks. Fitzwilliam, the gender confused British youth, yearns for his Christmas wish.moreless
    • Episode 3
      Episode 3
      Episode 3
      LOGO at Nite presents All in the Family, a gay parody with Archie (McGovern) and Eddie (Serrato) Bunker, their daughter Gloria (McKinnon) and "the Tofuhead", Michelle (Goldman); a lesbian (Goldman) "gets off" in her own special way by calling 1-900-LADY and talking with her version of a "fantasy female" (Ash); Hazel (Serrato), the PFLAG mom, tries to get her son Donovan a date with a waiter (Guarino) she meets in a restaurant; Afromations with Lamont Willis-Church (Flynn); Lorna (Paone) throws a tirade at the nail salon while waiting for her manicure; Lesbian Musical Duo "Sappho's Lips (McKinnon, Goldman)."moreless
    • "All in the Gay" Family wonders what life would be like in the extremely gay household of Archie and Eddie. The Ladyline women's hotline sketch gives new meaning to the word "hot". Hazel, the overly zealous PFLAG mom will do anything to get her gay son Donavon a date in Mother's Pride. We are treated to Afromations throughout this episode with black activist Lamont and his overbearing woman. Lorna joneses for her Lorna Doones cookies and thinks the gays are conspiring against her. Lesbian musical duo, Sappho's Lips, sing their War on War anthem.moreless
    • Beware of the airline front desk agent in Checking In and the full moon in the adventures of Gay Werewolf! Logo Life Tips teaches you how to save money by making your own Glitter. Rachel Ray learns that New York City is no place to spend $40 a day. A look back on Gay Pride 1983 explores these gay men's thoughts on the future in That'll Happen! Naomi Campbell gives a public service announcement on Domestic Violence in Namoi's PSA. Chad Michael and Michael Chad show just how easy it is to make a zen Rock Garden in this Logo Life Tip.moreless
    • Episode 4
      Episode 4
      Episode 4
      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
    • Episode 1.4
      Episode 1.4
      Episode 4
      The dangers of wandering into a hostile neighborhood are sent up in "Bear in the Burbs." Also: a commercial parody.
    • Episode 5
      Episode 5
      Episode 5
      An emergency marketing "think tank" is convened to think up on a new word for "homosexuality" in order to take the "sex" part out of being gay; Rain Tavern (Flynn), a scaredy-cat weatherman; Tranny 911, a new reality show in which two Tranny Nannies (McGovern, Serrato) show a desperate mother (Goldman) how to properly "handle" her out-of-control child (McKinnon); musical group, Sappho's Lips, Pepperstein Whalesong (Goldman) and Cayuga Lake (McKinnon), sing a song about the merging of all religions into one big holiday: Jew-Bahai-Scien-Christi-Hindu-Wicca-Dist Day; Oscar Wilde (McGovern)'s newest Video Collection, Girls Gone Wilde (with an E); P-Flag mother Hazel (Serrato) tries to find a date for her glorious gay son at the supermarket; "Logo Life Tips" with Chad Michael and Michael Chad (McGovern, Guarino) teach us the ancient Asian art of oragami (or try to anyway); Lorna (Paone)'s tempers flare when her shopping trip is delayed while her cab is stuck in traffic in the midst of the Gay Pride Parade.moreless
    • Homospeciality shows what happens as a new word for "homosexuality" is discussed in a marketing boardroom. If you've seen the internet sensation of the real Scaredy Cat Weatherman, you'll love how things just keep getting worse for this Florida weatherman. When the kids are way too out of hand for even TV's Nanny 911, just call Tranny 911 for some unconventional child rearing. Pepper & Cayuga of Sappho's Lips sing yet another lesbian ballad that celebrates all beliefs in JewBahaiScientChristianHinduWiccadist. It's Girls Gone Wilde with naughty videos of breasty women reciting Oscar Wilde's most famous sayings. Hazel is at it again to fix up her glorious gay son Donavon at the supermarket as she goes Shopping for Donavan. Logo Life Tips teach us the Asian art of Oragami, or do they? Lorna Doones wreaks havoc on New York's Gay Pride as it gets in her way to buy a summer shawl."moreless
    • Episode 6
      Episode 6
      Episode 6
      Tyra Banks (Ash) repeatedly stretches out the final reveal of who will become... America's Next Top Model; Gay Werewolf (McGovern) at a wedding; Phillip and Max (Serrato, McGovern), lovers and owners of Mantiques, an antique shop fight in front of two customers while trying to make a sale; Fitzwilliam (McKinnon) continues searching for his "perfect accessory" (i.e, vagina) at the American Girl Place store; Pirate Captain Swaggert (McGovern) and his horny male crew hijack an Olivia Cruise lesbian ship; '50s education film strip for homosexuals on how to stay "Slim, Trim and Peppy" (that is, using crystal methamphetamine).moreless
    • Tyra Banks milks the drama to its fullest throughout this episode as she tries to pick a finalist in America's Next Top Model. The further adventures of the Gay Werewolf turns a wedding upside down during a untimely full moon. A Mantiques" shop owners' fragile uber-gay relationship is tested to the limits in I'm a Little Teacup. Gender bending young Fitzwilliam makes his way to American Girl Place to see if this store for girls sells the perfect accessory. Beware matey! Captain Sparrow has the surprise of his pirate career as he commandeers a lesbian Olivia Cruise ship. The government in 1950 explores the dangers of an elicit drug in Slim, Trim, and Peppy.moreless
  • Season 2
  • Season 3