If you haven’t been near the Internet in the past 24 hours Glee creator Ryan Murphy has launched a hissy fit after Kings of Leon refused to let their music appear on his show. Ryan’s prima donna behavior is, naturally, being fueled by Perez Hilton because apparently saying “no” to Glee is the equivalent of burning gays at the stake while simultaneously de-funding music education in every single school across the country. But lost in the mix was Ryan’s retort to Slash who had the following to say about the show. Via RollingStone.com:
“Glee is worse than Grease and Grease is bad enough. I look at Grease now and think, ‘Between High School Musical and Glee, Grease was a work of art.’”
Ryan Murphy, of course, hopped on his sequined high horse and began hurling sassy bombs, setting gays back to their days on the plantation. — Wait:
“Usually I find that people who make those comments, their careers are over; they’re uneducated and quite stupid.
Oh, snap, girlfriend!
Look, I don’t want to rehash anything that IDLYITW already covered and twisted a few tits because apparently no one understands satire or the true meaning of homophobia. So I’m going to make fun of music majors, who are probably the worst, most self-absorbed group of assholes you’ll ever meet. Allow me to illustrate:
If my son came up to me and said, “Dad, I’m gay,” I’d greet him with love and acceptance seeing as I could be no more mad at him for having brown hair. You are how you’re born.
Now, if he came up to me said, “Dad, I want to major in bassoon,” I’d beat him within an inch of his life with a hammer.
The moral of the story? Glee is that hammer. — Or is it the gay son? Honestly, it’s not important. Slash is awesome, that’s what I’m trying to say here.