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Guess Which Pro-Bigot Retailer Bravo Teamed Up With To Sell Its DVDs?

Bravo, the bisexual television network that doubles as Andy Cohen‘s personal playhouse, sells DVDs of its Emmy-caliber shows like the The Real Housewives of Orange County on its website. But if you want to purchase discs of privileged (albeit overextended) narcissistic women, or that scrunchy skinny stylist, or the red-headed perpetually down-on-her-luck comedienne, you’ll need to walk into a Target store: The retail giant that supports anti-gay politico Tom Emmer is the only brick-and-mortar outlet that carries your post-gay programming.

Back in April, when the deal was announced, NBC Universal’s DVD chief Shelli Hill insisted, “We are thrilled to offer so many great Bravo shows on DVD to the Target guests.” Promo spots currently airing on Bravo continue to push the partnership.

Now is buzz seepage contagious?

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    Funny, I can’t locate anything “real” on those bitches……

  • alan brickman

    Traget is “Pro Money” not anti-gay…..give it up already….

  • TommyOC

    I’d rather it be Target than WalMart.

  • alan brickman

    I meant to say Target….great spelling skills…lousy typing ones…

  • Marcus M

    What’s new here? They’ve had this partnership for months now and months before the Emmer scandal.

  • Charlie

    Oh Jesus, Bravo’s deal doesn’t mean hey are anti-homo

  • Cam

    @alan brickman: said.

    Traget is “Pro Money” not anti-gay…..give it up already….


    The CEO sent his son to study at an institute run by Focus on the Family, probably the most anti-gay organization in the country. The money ended up in the hands of a politician who is tied to a group believing in the murder of gays, AND he is fighting back against the large mutual funds and stock holders telling Target to change their giving rules. If you are into money, you don’t mess around with the Mutual funds that hold over 15% of Target’s Stock.

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