Posts tagged ‘NBC’

April 11, 2011

GLAAD Awards; Dolly Remains, Publicly, Heterosexual

by Accidental Bear

No last name needed, Dolly steals the show. Big hair, enormous ta-tas and even big gay fan base. Does anyone really care about her lesbian rumors? Not me, her music make me cry, gives me goose bumps and makes me soar with joy (self-confessional).

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Dolly Parton‘s Pseudo Coming Out At The GLAAD Awards

At last night’s GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles, the second of three award-y fundraisers the organization hosts each year, you had both Modern Family and Glee winning for Best Comedy, because homosexuals cannot make up their minds about which type of homosexual humor they like more. (Though I can’t remember any of the gay storylines on Glee ever being really … funny.) But the best part of the program was when surprise guest Dolly Parton came to the podium to give NBC Entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt, who came over from Showtime, a trophy. “I guess you could say that I’m coming out tonight!,” Dolly screamed at the audience. Which was cute, but not true: Dolly remains, publicly, heterosexual. – Queerty

March 15, 2011

Game Shame: New “comedy” set in hair salon

by Accidental Bear

Hair dressers, florists, massage therapists, nurses, and TRANNY HOOKER are all gay stereotypical jobs and a lot of time these stereotypes hit the nail on the head. This new show pounds the nail on the head. I’ve lived through Will and Graces poor representation of gay guys and it seems like each time I channel surf there is a new show spotlighting gay men unlike any gay men I know. It makes sense though , their  drama, over the top personalities and cat fights make for good TV.

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Via Queerty

The Gays In Michael Patrick King‘s Hair Salon Comedy Are As Stereotypical As You’d Expect

Michael Patrick King‘s new comedy pilot for NBC A Mann’s World, about a celebrity hair salon in Los Angeles (starring Don Johnson as heterosexual Allan Mann) with a disproportionate number of straight characters for such a plot, does star Mario Cantone as, well, what else? But producers will be casting for three uber-effeminate gay stylists who say things like “girl.” As outlined in the pilot treatment, their names are — I present to you without comment — Snip, Snap, and Snur.

Read more: http://www.queerty.com/the-gays-in-michael-patrick-kings-hair-salon-comedy-are-as-stereotypical-as-youd-expect-20110315/#ixzz1GhhQBL00

Read more: http://www.queerty.com/the-gays-in-michael-patrick-kings-hair-salon-comedy-are-as-stereotypical-as-youd-expect-20110315/#ixzz1Ghh5wSEp