In the premiere episode, Mc Kinnon and Paone play Blair and Jo as we always wanted to see them and we get a taste of lesbian speed dating.
Mallory said it was okay to be proud of being just a little bit gay, even if that’s just really liking Kate Mc Kinnon and thinking about her randomly, at odd moments, so now you have to listen to me break down Mc Kinnon’s Angela Merkel impression. If you are Canadian (and probably if you are from Australia, or other places, too) you may not be able to see it. I don’t even know how to write out how she said “eu-mails.” “Eughh-mails?
Da noen av elevene mine i tillegg ga meg tilbakemeldinger på at de ønsket andre muntlige aktiviteter enn den tradisjonelle fagsamtalen, bestemte jeg meg for å prøve speed dating som en aktivitet for å få med alle. Haarvik bestemte seg for å teste ut metoden i en KRLE-time i tiende klasse. I lekse skulle elevene forberede seg om ett av tre trossamfunn, og lage to spørsmål til hvert samfunn.– Lydnivået i klassen var høyt!
Elevene ble veldig flinke til å lytte til hverandre, og lærte seg å få ut den viktigste informasjonen på tiden de hadde til rådighet.
The first speed-dating event took place at Peet’s Café in Beverly Hills in late 1998.
The program was originally titled The Big Gay Show but was renamed during production.
Premiering in 2007, the show was produced by Rosie O’Donnell, directed by Amanda Bearse and featured some of our favorite out funny women, including Mc Kinnon, Julie Goldman and Nicol Paone.
Now that the full episodes are finally available online, we have them for your viewing pleasure!
Speed Dating, as a single word, is a registered trademark of Aish Ha Torah.
Speed dating, as two separate words, is often used as a generic term for similar events.
However, the result entitled, "The Big Gay Casting Competition", was limited to an online talent search, in which videos by contestants were uploaded to and voted on by site visitors.