Is This The Gayest Moment From "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp"?

And no, it does not involve Bradley Cooper and Michael Ian Black!

Who doesn't remember the gayest scene from the original Wet Hot American Summer? You know the one we're talking about, when Michael Ian Block mounted Bradley Cooper from behind in the tool shed. Yeah, that one.

While both McKinley (Black) and Ben (Cooper) return for the new Netflix prequel series, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp, its a new character that manages to outgay them–and that's saying a lot, considering that this happens:

In what we're deeming the gayest moment of the entire season, comedian John Early (one of the welcome new additions to join the cast) plays 16-year-old counselor, Logan, auditioning for a part in the staff musical, "Electro-City."

Related: John Early: “Poop Is One Of The Most Empowering Parts Of A Gay Relationship

Though his favorite musical is Annie, Logan busts out an interpretive take on Pippin's "Corner Of The Sky," telling the accompanist, "It's a 16:4 with a loop at the hook, freeze the bars and mute the quarter tones. If it ever feels like we're dragging, we're not, it's just that kind of tune [Laughs]."

We won't spoil whether or not Logan gets the part, but let's just say, this is not the last you'll see of Logan at Camp Firewood.

Watch the hilarious clip below.

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