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One of the most popular segments on the hit 90’s television show In Living Color was undoubtedly Men On Film.

Long before Miss Lawrence and Derek J duplicated the concept of Men on Film in their Bravo show Fashion Queens, comedians Damon Wayans and David Alan Grier portrayed the outrageously gay version of infamous film critics, Ebert and Roeper. Their over the top characters, Blaine Edwards and Antoine Mayweather, reviewed newly released movies — from a gay male point of view.

Take a look at this hilarious segment below that features a sponsor from Nuts & Honey:

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