Successful comedienne Margaret Cho talks off-stage about being a queer comic and the perspective it's given her. She feels comedy is an outsider art that acts as a way to belong to society.
Ian Harvie talks off-stage about his early beginning as a transgender comic. Who knew Carol Burnett would have such an influence.
Being HIV-positive hasn't gotten him down, so Jerry Calumn's not about to be scared of a little avian flu. Big Bird, however... Run for the hills!
Your organic, free-range, gluten-free "spiritual juices" will get flowing with this hilarious clip from "The Gay Mafia." Menstrual cycles = comedy gold.
One of the hysterical members of the Gay Mafia comedy troupe does her Titty Bear routine. Not your average Teddy Bear, the Titty Bear loves to be hugged for an entirely different reason!
He may be an uncle, but dealing with kids isn't his thing. Now hot cars get him going. And he gets the audience going too!
Danny McWilliams talks about being macho at cocktail hour. Then he goes off on his cat, temp jobs and Norma Desmond.
Eddie Sarfaty has his limits with tattoos, reading in bed and online dating.
Being American Indian and gay isn't easy. Charlie Ballard cracks up the crowd with stories from his childhood and his current dating life.
Bob Smith wonders about writer's block and how realistic his porn fantasy would turn out.
Sandra Valls grew up gay, Mexican and pale. The crowd loves her stories of coming out to her parents.
Jason Dudey relates to having a bad last name and remembers the above-ground pool in his home town.
Erin picks her favorite hot topic in the news - the morning after pill. Ever wonder why they call it "Plan B"?
Maybe it was the dates gone wrong, but Marga says don't date vegans!
Another great Digisode of Marga Gomez and her take on lesbians in a David Lynch movie.
Erin Foley has a message about lesbian marriage. And don't get her started on the definition of sports!
In another Digisode, Marga Gomez has the crowd laughing with her personal dating stories.
Bob Smith has the answer to airport security. Who would win in a fight between Judy fans and Elvis fans? And last but not least, can you really put a rainbow on anything?
Catch this Digisode of Erin Foley remembering her catholic school upbringing and the Gay Van.
Catch this Digisode of Ian Harvie crossing gender lines and P.C. lines in this bold comedy set.