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Prop 8: The Musical -- Happy Days For The Gays

Prop 8: The Musical -- Happy Days For The Gays

Marc Shaiman and Adam Shankman, director of the hit Hollywood musical Hairspray, have teamed together again to create Prop 8: The Musical.

Starring Jack Black, John C. Reilly, Andy Richter, Maya Rudolph, Craig Robinson and more, this hilarious new Funny or Die video deals with this important issue in a funny (and, as the title suggests, musical) way.

Watch the hilarious video below!!!!! Proposition 8 is a ballot measure that bans same-sex marriage in California.

Prop 8: The Musical — It’s A Happy Day For Gays
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60 Responses to “Prop 8: The Musical -- Happy Days For The Gays”

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  1. 1
    karissa Says:


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    ember heart Says:

    Marc Shaiman is really talented
    I met him a looong time ago he was very sweet

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    sigh Says:

    Dumb. This is very ignorant. Funny, but ignorant.

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    Yvette Says:

    Horrible, it was not just Christians that opposed prop. 8 the ‘Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America’ were also one of the biggest doners to Yes on 8. why isn’t that ever mentioned?

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    me Says:

    I would hardly consider that a star studded cast. They all look like losers to me!

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    Shannon Says:

    Thay was amazing and done brilliantly well by the cast! my question s what it to ppl if others are gay and want to love someone i;ll personally take love over hate anyday no matter which shpare form or person it comes in!

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    Blue Says:

    GENIUS!!! Go gays ! lol

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    Larry gwaltney Says:

    There are few things more ghastly than stupid people who think themselves to be smart.

    They ought to acquaint themselves with at least the bare minimum of Christian theology before they ridicule it. These pathetic people wouldn’t be able to read half the books in my library.

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    Frida Says:

    How on earth can you call this stupid or ignorant?! It’s true and it’s hilarious! Way to go!

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    sarah Says:


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    s Says:


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    jm Says:

    This is ridiculous. Californians voiced their opinion on Prop 8 and now they’re being bullied by actors. Also, not everyone who voted “yes” on Prop 8 is a Christian. This isn’t a religious issue, it’s a moral issue. Religion and morality are not synonymous.

  13. 13
    ed Says:

    jm, so you think we should legislate morality? You and are your kind are the scariest kind of Americans and human beings.

  14. 14
    Prop8 Says:

    I believe these two directors are gay.

  15. 15
    mike Says:

    why do people have to be so nasty all the time… i.e. Numbers 10 and 12….Number 10 just shut up if you dnt like something just dnt ******* watch it….

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    Gina Says:

    this was so DUMB

  17. 17
    Gina Says:

    this was so DUMB

  18. 18
    gisele Says:

    horrrrrrible! ewh

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    alli Says:

    Thats great!!!!! :)

  20. 20
    alli Says:

    Thats great!!!!! :)

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    paulina Says:

    what does sacramento have to do with anything??
    i live in sacramento

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    T Says:

    Separation of church and state, if your reasons for being for prop 8 are based on religion you should instantly know it has no place in law. We live in a country with people of many religions and many non religious people and the law should treat them and their opinions of marriage the same way. It doesn’t mean agreeing with gay marriage it means people should be able to live their lives as they see fit. The people who want to be married are already together, spending their lives together who cares if they have a piece of paper saying so or not. There was a time when the majority was in favor of slavery and thought black people were immoral. There was also a time the majority thought the world was flat, sadly many are still no more advanced than they were then. It’s unfortunate people are blinded by their own bigotry.

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    Dione Says:

    this was very fascinating. i, myself, respect and approve the gays and lesbians. let’s try no to bring in religious issues. its not about what ‘holy books’ say. after all, no one can prove that any of the events even took place. i just wanted to point out that, religious or not, your opinion is what matters. it’s your perspective on the gays and how you really think of them not some exaggerated belief or other people’s thoughts and opinions. THIS IS MY OPINION AND I BELIEVE RELIGION SHOULD BE KEPT OUT OF THIS ISSUE AND GAYS AND LESBIANS SHOULD BE ABLE TO LEGALLY UNITE AND BE TREATED EQUALLY AMONG THE AMERICAN SOCIETY, better yet, THE WORLD.

  24. 24
    Kiki Says:


    And they got the bible stuff all wrong, oh well.

  25. 25
    laurel Says:

    noo they got the bible stuf RIGHT tards

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