“Gleefully wacky and irreverent.”

–The New York Times

“Line by line, Mr. Rudnick may be the funniest writer for the stage in the United States today.”

–The New York Times

“Deeply funny musings and adventures elevate Paul Rudnick to the highest level of American comedy writing.”

–Steve Martin

“One of the funniest quip-meisters on the planet.”

–The New York Times

“Paul Rudnick is a champion of truth (and love and great wicked humor) whom we ignore at our peril.”

–David Sedaris

“Quips fall with the regularity of the autumn leaves.”

–Associated Press

April 28, 2015

More Moments of Gay Zen

2357430-420While I was watching the Bruce Jenner interview, which I thought was terrific, I did wonder, “Why isn’t there more emphasis on Bruce’s role in the Village People movie Can’t Stop The Music?”

While channel surfing, I passed a Home Shopping program selling Dell Computers. For a second I thought the description read Doll Computers, and I immediately began picturing tiny little laptops and iPads that dolls could use.

While browsing through the 50% Off All Easter Goods sale rack at Kmart, I tried to figure out why the gift baskets shaped like the head of Yoda had outsold the gift baskets shaped like the head of Hello Kitty. I also tried to think of a friend who might enjoy receiving one of these gift baskets. I also questioned the concept of using a decapitated head as a gift basket.

After visiting a menswear website, I emailed a friend that these are the three most beautiful words in the English language: “Sporty Spring basics.”

Orphan Black satisfies the two basic demands of a certain gay male audience: a bravura central performance by a superb actress and frequent male nudity.