straight guys make over gay guy on Queer Eye ep and Comedy Central spoof.

straight guys make over gay guy on Queer Eye ep and Comedy Central spoof.
Comedy Central’s attempt to mock Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, with a three-episode series Straight Plan For The Gay Man has been matched by an official Bravo episode of the show that will let five straight men make over a gay guy. The Comedy Central spoof will air Feb. 17, and will star four comics designated the Flab 4 who will make over three gay guys. Straight Eye for the Queer Guy will air sometime early next year. As of right now, the Bravo version will only tape one episode and won’t spin off a new series. New episodes of the regular Queer Eye series will air starting a week from tonight.
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