In a rare display of journalistic integrity, NBC’s Jay Leno accuratedly investigated an important topic for his parent company. On the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the late night funny man chinned his way into an important subject.
As we have already reported, Glee is a very dangerous show. The homosexual elements that line its long and tedious chorus renditions are designed to make children think about pulsating thighs and rich, fermented sweat that lingers at 3 a.m., after a long night of drunken debauchery and astroglide.
At the helm of this mess, is one face. Matthew Murray.
Legs crossed in confident carnality, a very sleek Matthew Murray unleashed roarous laughter when Jay brought up the fact that Murray used to headline a homosexual band in his teenage years. A careful eye could see the tensing of Murray’s right thigh under his tweel wool slacks, a sure psychological sign of duress and being caught off guard from Leno’s questioning. Red faced and alert, Leno awaited a response.
“I can’t believe you are doing this to me right now,” hissed a clearly nervous Murray, his sun kissed blue eyes dancing in sulking yet suggestively enticing feminine angst and rage. Murray’s rage soon gave way to quick confession, as the eyes of a nation weighed down on him and brought him fear in being caught in a lie.
“It was the gayest thing I have ever done in my life, literally, I was in a gay boy band called Boys R Us.”
This confession shocked many parents who remained ignorant of Glee’s gay friendly hiring practices and agenda. For those who still want to deny the fact, there is a piece of raw, dripping evidence of a young Murray, still with a strong turgor about his body and a fresh, red hue in his face. Leno revealed a clip of the members of this gay boy band are holding sweaty hands together, then holding their crotches. As if such video evidence was not damning enough, there was the unforgteable taste of salted San Franciso Ice cream from the band’s peak song, Mr. Sticky Icecream.
Glee starlette Matthew Murray, performing with a gay band Boys R Us and their rendition of Mr. Sticky Ice Cream (San Francisco Delight) which aired on MTV in 1997
With evidence mounted against him, the Glee star fled the show and purportedly cried in very homosexual tones.