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Language Warning: Some angry participants let a few choice words fly when they find out about the twist. 

The fictional Boss Quoss, an openly gay rapper, hired a bunch of extras to lend him a hand in making his latest video. They took off their shirts, danced close to each other and even participated in a choreographed dance that was obviously just the "jerk-off" motion but none of them suspected a thing. 

When the big reveal happened some people walked away from the set, others stood behind Boss Quoss. A number of extras were very nice and offered words of support before continuing with the shoot. 



Here's the actual music video for those of you waiting to see the finished product:

It's an historic day in Washington D.C. and all across the nation, as the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of a decision that makes gay marriage legal everywhere. From the LDS Temple in Salt Lake City, UT to the superchurches in Texas, gay marriage is now the law of the land everywhere, whether bigots and homophobes like it or not.

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Louis Virtel wrote extensively about his obsession with the trivia show and his experience on the air over at Hitflix, where he also shared his reaction to Twitter talk when the show aired: 



There's something you don't see every day on the game show circuit!

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