Stan doesn't realize until it's too late that he's befriended a group of gay Republican men.

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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith / Melanie Hanson (voice)
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Terry Bates (voice)
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Singer
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Male Fan / Male Log Cabin Chorus / Hot Andrew (voice)
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Lincoln (Performance Artist) / Waiter (voice)
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Brett (voice)
Matt McKenna ...
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Tino / Conservative #1 (voice)
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Stan doesn't realize until it's too late that he's befriended a group of gay Republican men.

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The Log Cabin Republicans is a real group that strives to promote gay and lesbian involvement in conservative politics. See more »

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Steve Smith: [to Francine] God, you can be so selfish! I'm doing this for me!
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We're Red and We're Gay
Performed by Seth MacFarlane
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Confusion!
25 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

GLAAD has just nominated this episode of "American Dad" for an award as promoting and defending gay life. It is up against "Forever Blue" (CBS) from "Cold Case"--which I KNOW to be worthy of the award, if not an Oscar...that the Acadamy missed last time around. So What is going on? I haven't seen the show...offensive? Someone better tell GLAAD in a hurry. I assume the group (I'm adding words I don't really have to say, except I don't have ten lines yet) referred to is the Log Cabin Republicans. I find it really strange that someone thinks the show the equivalent of a visual gay-bashing, while GLAAD thinks it's great.

As for Lincoln, I have been in love with him since I was 5, whatever his sexual orientation was.


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