FROM CONCERNED PARENTSABOUT HIM.
I'M AFRAID WE DON'THAVE A CHOICE.
HI YA, FELLAS !
HOW ARE YOUTODAY, SCOUT ?
I'M SUPER,THANKS FOR ASKING.
THE TROOPS ARE OFFHAVING BAKE SALES,
AND I'M PLEASED TO REPORTTHAT WE HAVE ALREADY RAISED
OVER $600 FORTHE EVENT-- YIPPY !
UH, BIG GAY AL,
IT'S RECENTLY COME TO OURATTENTION THAT YOU ARE... GAY.
WELL, STOP THE PRESSES.
YOU FIGURE THAT OUT ALLBY YOURSELF, SILLY BUNS ?
YES, WELL,UNFORTUNATELY FOR YOU
THE SCOUTS HAVE A POLICYTHAT OPENLY GAY MEN
WE ARE LEFT WITHNO OPTIONS, MR. AL.
WE'RE AFRAID YOU AREHEREBY OUT OF SCOUTS.
OUT OF SCOUTS ?
WE'RE SORRY,MR. GAY AL.
BUT I'VE BEEN IN SCOUTSSINCE I WAS NINE,
IT'S A HUGE PARTOF MY LIFE.
YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THATSCOUTS IS A PRIVATE CLUB,
A CLUB THAT FOLLOWSCERTAIN BELIEFS,
AND ONE OF THOSE BELIEFS IS THATHOMOSEXUALITY IS IMMORAL.
IT'S NOTHING AGAINST YOUPERSONALLY.
WHAT IF I PROMISE NOTTO BE GAY ANYMORE ?
PINKY SWEAR !
WE THINK IT'S BESTYOU JUST MOVE ON.
RIGHT, MOVE ON.
Big Gay Al falls victim to discrimination.
The new scout leader proves to be a bad choice.x CLOSE
Timmy and Jimmy fight.x CLOSE
Al wins a case against the scouts and teaches the town a lesson.x CLOSE
Timmy is jealous of the new disabled boy in town.x CLOSE
The parents have no problem with homosexuals, they just don't want their kids hanging around one.x CLOSE
Stan gets reprimanded for talking like Big Gay Al.x CLOSE
Timmy expresses his anger towards Jimmy.x CLOSE
Big Gay Al falls victim to discrimination.x CLOSE
Timmy tricks Jimmy and Al lets it out.x CLOSE
The boys stand up for Big Gay Al.x CLOSE