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If you ever wanted to watch Andrew Garfield and Stephen Colbert make out, you’re in luck

Apparently straight guys have figured out what straight girls have known for years: making out with someone of the same sex is a great way to get attention.

On last night’s The Late Show, Andrew Garfield — no relation to the cat — was pressed on his lip-lock with Ryan Reynolds at the Golden Globes. “You kind of stole focus,” Colbert said. “What was the story there?”

“I just wanted Ryan to know that I loved him whether he won or lost,” Garfield said.

“And you’re very comfortable kissing another man,” Colbert said.

Related: Did you catch Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield kissing at the Golden Globes?

“I mean, I don’t even understand the question,” said Garfield.

“I’m totally comfortable with it too,” said Colbert.

“All right,” said Garfield, leaning in, and then they make out.

Just to be clear, this isn’t fanfic — it’s a thing that actually happened. The men look a little stunned afterwards. “What were we talking about?” said Colbert. From there, the interview gets very serious and is about acting and religion.

So, that’s nice. We’d almost run out of straight guys to put on gay magazine covers, so it’s always good to replenish the stock.

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23 Comments

  • Doughosier

    I’d love to kiss Andrew Garfield!

  • He BGB

    Those British guys!………

  • OzJosh

    Television for people who still think two men kissing is comedy gold. You can wrap it up with all kinds of “we’re totally cool with this” schtick, but it’s still juvenile and tinged with homophobia.

  • PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID

    This phenomenon, this level of comfortableness (or sometimes gay chicken), started happening on TV in the 90s Britain and started slowly diffusing throughout the wider — well actually almost exclusively White — culture. The real real progress will happen when two straight black guys can do this on tv without getting massacred by their peers.

  • PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID

    *to preempt the usual baiter, “massacre” here simply meant strongly admonished

  • Josh447

    He went back for seconds.
    “I think Mikie liked it”.

  • Xzamilloh

    @OzJosh: It was hot!! Shut up and let us have this!!!!

    @PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID: That would be nice. But, progress is happening in the black community, especially seeing prominent black entertainers coming out against what gospel singer Kim Burrell said.

  • Black Pegasus

    @PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID: Agreed. Two authentic heterosexual sexual black guys doing the same thing on national TV would seal the deal for me. But as long as Black Women like Vivica Fox and Kim Burrell have their way this will never come to pass. Black women control just about everything in the Black heterosexual culture. The power of the pussy gives them autonomy over most Black men which means they will stay woefully ignorant and homophobic.

  • Jack Meoff

    So this is a thing now is it? I wonder who will be next.

  • Brian

    I don’t know if I agree with this. It is a form of posing that reeks of “fake”.

    It’s bad enough that women whore themselves out to the sleazy straight guy fantasy in videos like Girls Gone Wild etc.

    We men don’t need to be like women. We are genuine, women are not.

  • Josh447

    @Josh447: “Brian”, real mane Bryana, is a lesbian woman desperately transitioning to being a gay man. Unfortunately trying to attach a rino’s penis in surgery was a total disaster. But it sure would have fit the personality. I hear she’s going for a goat pen next.

  • Josh447

    @Sluggo2007: “Brian”, real mane Bryana, is a lesbian woman desperately transitioning to being a gay man. Unfortunately, trying to attach a rino’s penis in surgery was a total disaster. But it sure would have fit the personality. I hear she’s going for a goat pen next. Sure splains all her women focused womanly remarks.

  • Mandrake

    @OzJosh: Totally agree! I was especially taken by how hilarious the celebrities thought it was watching Garfield and Reynolds kiss despite it being just an act.

  • scottjamesmiller

    @OzJosh: For Christ’s fucking sake OzJosh. Lighten up lady. Not everything should, or needs, to be met with such cynicism. You response almost makes the entire segment seem dirty. If you thought it was meant as “comedy gold” you might be correct. Might. Might not. You don’t know the motive behind the kisses. It could have been Colbert’s way of saying, then acting on, the fact that two men kissing isn’t wrong, bad, dirty, perverted, etc. Try and enjoy it. If you can’t then don’t watch it again, and again and again. At least don’t spoil it for the rest of us.

  • scottjamesmiller

    @Brian: Says Brian. Brian speaks for ALL women now everyone. Any questions about women just go ask Brian. Angry queers with women issues are the worst. Is Aunt Flo visiting this week Brian.

  • scottjamesmiller

    @Black Pegasus: Isn’t it nice that you can try to paint a picture with one very wide brush stroke. I’ve heard that all black people steal, sell drugs, are on welfare and love watermelon. Can you paint that too? Remember, just one brush stroke. O.K.?

  • GayEGO

    @OzJosh: You are not making sense when you profile this as homophobic, this is simply a comedy show.

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