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Jay Leno Saves Christmas for Gay Couple, Throws Snowballs at Chick-fil-A

by Jason St. Amand
National News Editor
Thursday Dec 27, 2012

In an attempt to brighten up the holidays, "The Tonight Show" host Jay Leno visited a few couples on Christmas to spread some holiday cheer in a segment called "Jay's Last Minute Holiday Help." One of the couples he encounters happens to be a gay couple, who are clearly not in the holiday spirit as they have no Christmas tree or decorations around their house or lawn.

But Leno changes all that after the men confess they have no taste or fashion sense. The comedian decides to help them out by decorating their home, giving them a stolen Christmas tree and covering their front law with fake snow.

The couple and the comedian have some winter fun and build a snowman - while Leno makes a traditional snowman, the men create a snowman with a defined six-pack and a chiseled butt.

Leno then brings the couple to a Chick-fil-A, where the three of them hurl snowballs at the fast food chain. Watch the hilarious clip:

The fast-food chain made headlines around the world after its president denounced marriage equality. After flinging snowballs, Leno yells, " Let's get out of here!"


  • GAG'EM, 2012-12-29 13:41:39

    I loved this clip, especially because the couple did not fit any of the stereotypes of gay men as experts in fashion and design. I liked when Jay whispers to the camera "These are not REAL gay people." The fact is that these ARE real gay people, not 2-dimensional media stereotypes of gay men, which make us out to be either asexual design gurus or sex fiends.

  • nothingpetty, 2012-12-31 15:52:47

    Love the gay male couple. Just folk, like me.

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