VIDEO: G.A.Y.S. (Guys Against You Serving)

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We’re coming tragically late to this party…but witness an all-star cavalcade of celeb comics making the case against gay military service on Funny or Die. We here at MoJo can’t decide which we like better: Sarah Silverman on ballerinas or Weird Al Yankovic wearing Axe body spray or “What’s next: unicorns wearing capri pants?

But wait, there’s a Part II:

G.A.Y.S. (Guys Against You Serving) from Thomas Lennon with Sarah Silverman, John Cho, Dave Holmes, Alex Fernie, Craig Robinson, Kate Walsh, Ben Garant, Seth, Chad Carter, and Weird Al Yankovic.

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