Here’s Christine Pedi Doing Liza Minnelli and Carol Channing Doing Lady Gaga’s “Telephone”
July 9, 2010

Naturally, it’s fabulous, so of course you should watch it:

I must admit, however, that as I was watching this shimmering, rainbow-scaled ouroboros of unmitigated homosexuality, a series of thoughts did my mind:

  1. This is indubitably one the gayest things I’ve ever seen, but debatably THE gayest thing, so He-Man can take his fabulous secret powers and sit back down.  For now.
  2. The Snickers bar, as we all know, is an excellent touch.
  3. Also, now I’m in the mood for a Snickers.
  4. And a martini.
  5. Oh, and while we’re at it, raspberries as well.
  6. Come to think of it, I should probably hit up the grocery store after work.  Oops, digression!
  7. Anybody in the mood for a round of Movie Critic?
  8. I wonder if the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck’s ice cream come in d*ck flavor, and if so, what would that taste like?  Sausage and Old Spice, perhaps?
  9. But most importantly:


TGIF! Now Here’s Carol Channing Being Better Than You
December 11, 2009

Friday Fun Fact: Carol Channing will always be better than you, but she’s particularly better than you in this clip from the 1985 television adaptation of Alice and Wonderland:

Is it any wonder that she’s got her own ventriloquist dummy?  No, I think not.

Sometimes We Just Need a Little Mommy Time
November 6, 2009

The laws of camp enthusiasm dictate that all things are made more fabulous by Carol Channing.  Ventriloquist dummies are no exception:

Carol Channing puppet

It therefore goes without saying, of course, that any comedy sketch video to feature Carol Channing, the Carol Channing ventriloquist dummy, or a man doing a drag impersonation of Carol Channing is liable to blow your damn mind.  But what happens when you add Pauline Kael, genius, and a scatological (and decidedly NSFW) take on motherhood to the mix?  You get “Mommy Time”:


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