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Over da Rainbow (2008)

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A homophobic gangster rapper wants to sample a 1980's hair-metal song for his next anti-gay hit.

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Terrier Bouvier
Joseph P. McDonnell ...
Theresa / Max Lightning
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Christopher Dalrymple
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Double Double
Jesse Teeters ...
Brett Dalrymple
Aldous Davidson ...
Bukaki
Jarrett Alexander ...
Sheldon AKA T-Bag
Christine Brumbaugh ...
ZMT Interviewer / Teri Shemp
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Televangelist
Matthew Nissenbaum ...
Chazz Tortugo
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Homophobic rap superstar Terrier (pronounced "teh-ree-AY") is tearing up the charts with the smash hit single "Kill Faggots" off his triple-platinum album hoMOFObic. Despite protests from groups like Homosexuals Organizing a Meaningfully Outed Society (H.O.M.O.S.), homophobia is America's hottest trend. Now Terrier plans to reach an even wider audience by releasing a follow-up single featuring a sample from the deceased king of 80's hair metal - Max Lightning's "Teri Why." But the rights to Max's song belong to his widow, the eccentric homophobe Theresa, who will only sign with Terrier on one condition: if he reunites her with her estranged son - none other than gay rights activist Christopher Dalrymple, the leader of H.O.M.O.S. Rising to the challenge will force Terrier to confront his dark past - and Theresa has secrets of her own... Written by Anonymous

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Ain't Nothin' But A Gay Thang, Baby

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Short | Comedy | Music

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7 April 2008 (USA)  »

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