buddy cole scott thompson The Kids In The Hall

February 07, 2012 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - Poker Video

they say that blacks are inferior because they like to dance and screw around season 1 ep 2Buddy has a penchant for going on long, comedic rants about his personal life and the gay community. He also frequently drops celebrity names, insinuating that he has many close friendships with the rich and famous. A series of Kids in the Hall sketches portrayed his deeply personal relationship with Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the royal family. During the second season of The Kids in the Hall, Buddy began to star in more action-packed sketches. In the first such appearance, he becomes the substitute coach of a lesbian softball team. From there on, his adventures became more outrageous and surreal, from accidentally murdering a drag queen (while on a bad acid trip) to purchasing his very own male slave in the 1950s. Still, for the most part, Buddy delivers monologues from his gay bar, Buddy’s, which he purchased with money saved during a brief stint of not smoking cigarettes. In the series’ final episode, he is one in a handful of characters to get something of a resolution: having lost his bar in a game of strip live strip poker (he refused to remove his shirt having just put on ten pounds), he burns it down in order to win back an old firefighter boyfriend. Also in the last sketch is a childhood photo of Kurt Cobain, sitting on the bar. Thompson has described Buddy as a “butch queen” and an “alpha fag”, pointing out that while extremely effeminate, Buddy is also very forceful and

love at first sight season 1 ep 0Buddy has a penchant for going on long, comedic rants about his personal life and the gay community. He also frequently drops celebrity names, insinuating that he has many close friendships with the rich and famous. A series of Kids in the Hall sketches portrayed his deeply personal relationship with Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the royal family. During the second season of The Kids in the Hall, Buddy began to star in more action-packed sketches. In the first such appearance, he becomes the substitute coach of a lesbian softball team. From there on, his adventures became more outrageous and surreal, from accidentally murdering a drag queen (while on a bad acid trip) to purchasing his very own male slave in the 1950s. Still, for the most part, Buddy delivers monologues from his gay bar, Buddy’s, which he purchased with money saved during a brief stint of not smoking cigarettes. In the series’ final episode, he is one in a handful of characters to get something of a resolution: having lost his bar in a game of strip live strip poker (he refused to remove his shirt having just put on ten pounds), he burns it down in order to win back an old firefighter boyfriend. Also in the last sketch is a childhood photo of Kurt Cobain, sitting on the bar. Thompson has described Buddy as a “butch queen” and an “alpha fag”, pointing out that while extremely effeminate, Buddy is also very forceful and strong willed. Thompson, who is openly gay, has always

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3 Responses to “buddy cole scott thompson The Kids In The Hall”

  1. boiledcrap Says:

    XD I love this guy, cracks me up every time.

  2. Ochibason Says:

    awsome

  3. earthpixie Says:

    3:30 I almost died.

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