More Gay Sex Needed

I think it's too bad that this deleted scene ("not safe for work," as the kids say, though, really, if your boss lets you waste time on YouTube he may as well let you waste time watching YouTube videos that include profane language) from Knocked Up eventually goes in the direction of suggesting that one could only feel that Brokeback Mountain didn't have enough hot gay sex because the person making the criticism is secretly gay.



I outlined this very same critique back in March 2006 and I stand by both it and my heterosexual status.

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