Popular TV game shows of the past suffered from a lack of Jell-O shot guys in their briefs, drag queens—with notable exception Charles Nelson Reilly—and a compelling charity at their core. Not the Big Gay Game Show.
The fun continued on Wednesday at Jungle with rounds of games, plenty of prizes and an evening full of fun. The Big Gay Game Show premiered in April as a monthly fundraiser for Lost N Found Youth, a non-profit that provides shelter for homeless LGBT youth. It spoofs TV game shows such as “Match Game,” “The Newly Wed Game,” “Family Feud” and “Let’s Make A Deal.”
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