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04/13/2006

UCC it on Q

by Jeremy Hooper

   Joining in the game of figuratively pointing at Logo and taunting, "Ha, ha, we don't have to answer to a mega-behemoth parent company and you do -- nanny, nanny, boo, boo," the folks at the LGBT-focused Q television network have announced that they'll do as fellow queer net here! TV and run the United Church of Christ ad that Logo's parent, MTV Networks, deemed "too controversial" to air.

Upon hearing the news, Logo was said to have yelled at MTV, "All the other gay cablers get to show the commercial, why can't I? YOU JUST WANT TO MAKE MY LIFE MISERABLE," before storming even further up the digital cable lineup, slamming its color bars, and planning its forthcoming runaway to Pay Per View.

Q Television Network Becomes Second Gay-Themed Channel to Air United Church of Christ's Ad at No Charge [UCC release via U.S. Newswire]

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