The Big Gay Game Show continued its romp through retro TV game shows on Wednesday, infusing bawdy humor, plenty of Jell-O shots and loads of fun into a fundraiser to help homeless LGBT youth.
The monthly event, which debuted on April 18, transforms the stage at Jungle into the sets of “Family Feud” and other game shows to raise bucks for Lost N Found Youth, a non-profit that provides shelter for homeless LGBT youth.
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