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The Big Gay Sketch Show: The Complete First Season

Erica Ash , Dion Flynn , Amanda Bearse    Unrated   DVD

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars funny May 18 2008
By S. Long - Published on Amazon.com
It's the gay version of SNL that you always wished there was. Like SNL, not every sketch is a winner but all in all it was very funny. One reason you might not laugh at every sketch is that the show is shared with our siblings (gay or lesbian). I watched it was a lesbian friend and she was laughing when I was thinking of going to the kitchen and I was laughing when she was scratching her head and saying, "boys are weird". The one constructive criticism I would give the producers is that the topics explored were the overworked ones (coming out, PFLAG moms, etc) and exploring more sophisicated issues would greatly improve the show.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT! May 20 2008
By noname - Published on Amazon.com
There are very few shows I can watch over and over and over no matter how many times I've seen them. This one is one of them! Every time I watch it, I end up in stitches! This is one of the most talented groups of people in comedy!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Born and Killed Before It's Time July 11 2011
By RogueDom - Published on Amazon.com
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A skillfully written and directed sketch show from the Logo network. Most of the humor is derived from the gay and lesbian lifestyle as indicated by the title, but don't let that cause you to hesitate watching the show. The cast is spectacular, the writing is hilarious, and some famous names are attached behind the scenes, such as Rosie O'Donnell and Amanda Bearse (you may know her as Marcy D'arcy from married With Children). Fitzwilliam, my favorite recurring character played by Kate Mckinnon and accompanied by his faithful magical unicorn, Trixie, is a snotty little British boy who wants nothing more in life than his very own vagina, much to the dismay of his father, the Earl. You don't have to BE gay to enjoy this show. But if you're open-minded enough to give it a try, I guarantee a gay old time.
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny Dec 23 2012
By Jerry Glenn Higgins - Published on Amazon.com
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Diffrerent and humourous. Talented. I would tell others to buy this and sit back and enjoy. Glad I made this purchase.
2.0 out of 5 stars It's NOT SNL, so don't expect much Sept. 15 2012
By GayboyJax - Published on Amazon.com
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I guess I have to admit I was expecting more from this show. The fact the props and background scenery is nothing more than what a high school production can accomplish could be overlooked if the writing was up to par. The sad fact is that it isn't, for me at least. When the LOGO label appeared I truly expected something more, but ended up seeing something way less. Maybe growing up with the brilliance of SNL's early days made me jaded against this, who knows... It is at least worthy to know it is attempted as a "gay" show.... I won't be purchasing season 2.

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