The Naked Truth Has Two Pretend Gays (Zero Actual Gays)


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By Gayest Episode Ever, Drew Mackie, and Glen Lakin / TableCakes Productions. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

“Woman Gets Plastered, Star Gets Even” (January 23, 1997)

There was a time when two different networks were trying to push Téa Leoni as a sitcom star. The Naked Truth’s three seasons spanned ABC and NBC, and while it didn’t launch Leoni to TV success at this point in her career, Glen and Drew share a love of all things Téa with our guest, comedian H. Alan Scott. This episode is one of the more forgettable gay sitcom episodes sure, but there’s something to learn from the sitcoms that manage to make LGBT themes seem boring and banal. Right?

Listen to H. Alan’s podcast, You’re Making It Worse.

Watch Drew’s video compilation of every LGBT joke ever on the history of The Simpsons.

Buy Glen’s movie, Being Frank.

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The episode’s outro track is “Follow Me” by Giusy Dej, which is not on any of the streaming services so why not listen to it on YouTube?

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