The Big Gay Sketch Show is an LGBT-themed sketch comedy program that debuted on Logo on April 24, 2007. In 2009, Logo announced plans for a search for new cast members.The series is produced by Rosie O' Donnell and directed by Amanda Bearse. However, the result entitled, "The Big Gay Casting Competition", was limited to an online talent search, in which videos by contestants were uploaded to and voted on by site visitors.In the premiere, it’s Nicol Paone playing irrepressible stage performer Elaine Stritch as a Wal-Mart greeter and, the next week, a round of “Lesbian speed dating” that actually traces the sordid arc of a failed relationship in a mere three minutes.(Paone stands out as a fairly gifted impressionist, by the way, doing spot-on versions of Arianna Huffington and “Honeymooners” co-star Audrey Meadows in the opener.) Even so, the only aspect of the sketch genre that’s remotely new here is the “Big Gay” designation, as the show plucks chords Fox’s “In Living Color” ran into the ground more than 15 years ago — augmented by an overeager laughtrack, lest that big-gay contingent not recognize the cues as to when they should feel especially gay. Executive producers, Joe Del Hierro, Dan Mac Donald, Rosie O'Donnell, Jim Biederman; co-executive producer, Scott King; producers, Amanda Bearse, Eliot Laurence, Stephanie Mnookin; director, Bearse; supervising writer, King. Lesbian Speed Dating shows what can happen in 3 minutes. 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.
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