"Saturday Night Live" has really stepped up the LGBT comedy with the rise of Kate McKinnon and new head writer Chris Kelly - so when the show put Logo's raunchy new "Fire Island" reality series in their sights, the result was pretty close to perfect.
"Audiences are buzzing about 'Fire Island,' a new reality show on Logo about six sexy gay guys sharing a beach house!" the parody commercial begins. "And if you like separating types of people into shows, you'll love Logo's OTHER new reality show 'Cherry Grove,' about a group of affluent lesbians one beach away!"
Proving that they can cash in on tired gay stereotypes too, SNL casts host Scarlett Johansson, McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Cecily Strong and Sasheer Zamata as five practical lesbians raising multi-ethnic babies, eating heaps of kale and singing Annie Lennox's "Why" around the kitchen table.
"Hey Beth, did you pack my water socks?" McKinnon deadpans, and later sobs "I just need you to tell me that you see me" in possibly the least-sexy Scarlett Johansson bedroom scene ever filmed.
Aidy Bryant shows what passes for lesbian relationship drama, calmly telling her partner "We do agree, Puck, but when you hammer and you hammer, it's hard to be in love with you."
But the funniest line goes back to McKinnon as she yells out the window at the "Fire Island" guys, "Excuse me sir, can you please lower your jazz? There are five miracles of home water birth asleep in this house!"