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'Colbert Report' Has Strategy to Prevent Gay Marriage (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Aug 6th 2010 8:00AM
Colbert's Strategy to Prevent Gay MarriageCalifornia's Proposition 8, the gay-marriage ban, has been overturned. But for those still interested in keeping same-sex marriages at bay, 'The Colbert Report' (weeknights, 11:30PM ET on COM) has developed a new strategy.

It's now the responsibility of "all of my straight male viewers," explains Stephen Colbert. The host instructs them to infiltrate gay bars, make friends and get a guy to fall in love with them.

"The day is perfect," the host says as he dreamily describes the wedding. "It's on the beach. And as the sun is setting over the Pacific, and you've recited your hand-written vows ..."

Well, you'll just have to watch the clip to find out how this game plan ends.

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The Newlywed Game to host its first ever gay couple

by Brad Trechak, posted Sep 17th 2009 10:01AM
Brad Altman and George TakeiNot only is The Newlywed Game hosting its first ever gay couple. It's hosting its first ever gay celebrity couple. At least, one of them is a pretty well-known celebrity. George "Mr. Sulu" Takei and his partner Brad Altman will be appearing on the program. Although they've been together for over 20 years, they were only legally married last year (before all that Proposition 8 hoopla nullified gay marriage in California).

In case nobody remembers the rules to game: each partner is given a question about the relationship without the other partner present. If each member of the couple give the same answer, they win points. Considering that they've been together for 20 years, somebody is going to be pretty pissed off if one or the other gives a different answer to the same question. Hopefully it won't lead to a divorce. The most interesting answers in the game will come from any question about "making whoopee".

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