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3rd Jan '16 2:48:16 PM StFan
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* Evan, from LOGO's ''WesternAnimation/RickAndSteve''. He's so loaded on club drugs and diet pills that if he ever slept, he would die from the drugs taking effect and wreaking havoc on his body.
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* Evan, from LOGO's ''WesternAnimation/RickAndSteve''.''WesternAnimation/RickAndSteveTheHappiestGayCoupleInAllTheWorld''. He's so loaded on club drugs and diet pills that if he ever slept, he would die from the drugs taking effect and wreaking havoc on his body.
3rd Jan '16 7:40:33 AM StFan
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What most people think of when they think of the "gay lifestyle," including every bad stereotype of homosexual communities in general: people who hang out at [[WhereEverybodyKnowsYourFlame disco-esque bars]] that play constant techno while popping tons of dangerous drugs and having as much [[AllGaysArePromiscuous promiscuous sex]] as possible.
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What most people think of when they think of the "gay lifestyle," lifestyle", including every bad stereotype of homosexual communities in general: people who hang out at [[WhereEverybodyKnowsYourFlame disco-esque bars]] that play constant techno while popping tons of dangerous drugs and having as much [[AllGaysArePromiscuous promiscuous sex]] as possible.

[[folder: Comics ]] * Many of the characters in RalfKönig's comics, depending on series/work. * Most Gays (and there are many of them!) in {{Pondus}}
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[[folder: Comics ]] [[folder:Comic Books]] * Many of the characters in RalfKönig's Ralf König's comics, depending on series/work. * Most Gays (and there are many of them!) in {{Pondus}} series/work.

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[[folder:Comic Strips]] * Most Gays (and there are many of them!) in ''ComicStrip/{{Pondus}}''. [[/folder]] [[folder: Film ]] Films -- Live-Action]]


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->So, my friend Bill calls--oh, no, we're not lovers; we're like, y'know, sisters--and anyway, he says, "C'mon, girl, let's go dancin' tonight!"...You got any crystal? So, all he's got is MDA. This stuff makes you horny! Ooh, for ''days''!
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->So, -->So, my friend Bill calls--oh, calls -- oh, no, we're not lovers; we're like, y'know, sisters--and sisters -- and anyway, he says, "C'mon, girl, let's go dancin' tonight!"...You got any crystal? So, all he's got is MDA. This stuff makes you horny! Ooh, for ''days''! ''days''!

[[folder: Western Animation ]] * Evan, from LOGO's ''RickAndSteve''. He's so loaded on club drugs and diet pills that if he ever slept, he would die from the drugs taking effect and wreaking havoc on his body.
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[[folder: Western Animation ]] [[folder:Western Animation]] * Evan, from LOGO's ''RickAndSteve''. ''WesternAnimation/RickAndSteve''. He's so loaded on club drugs and diet pills that if he ever slept, he would die from the drugs taking effect and wreaking havoc on his body. body.
27th Dec '15 2:20:54 PM nombretomado
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* Maxxie Oliver from ''{{Skins}}''. Even ignoring the fact that he has possibly the most "scene" name imaginable, he also wants to be a tap dancer in musicals, does plenty of pills at underground raves, wears a white vest and cargo shorts with his gelled blond hair and happily snogs a guy who just moments ago was yelling homophobic slurs and sent his mates to beat up Maxxie's friend. Who says stereotypes are dead?
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* Maxxie Oliver from ''{{Skins}}''.''Series/{{Skins}}''. Even ignoring the fact that he has possibly the most "scene" name imaginable, he also wants to be a tap dancer in musicals, does plenty of pills at underground raves, wears a white vest and cargo shorts with his gelled blond hair and happily snogs a guy who just moments ago was yelling homophobic slurs and sent his mates to beat up Maxxie's friend. Who says stereotypes are dead?
6th Dec '15 11:41:59 AM nombretomado
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* During seasons 35 to 39, ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' featured the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent" Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's recent era]]). There are implications that he's on drugs (he rarely sleeps, occasionally seems disoriented, admits to living in a trash can, and has several nervous tics—including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to writer Creator/JohnMulaney throwing in last-minute jokes), and he's gay (he once dated [[Creator/BenStiller Zoolander]] and, after flirting with him for years, actually married SethMeyers). Although he repeatedly recommends Seth incredibly bizarre clubs when the anchor asks for family friendly spots, you can tell he means well.
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* During seasons 35 to 39, ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' featured the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent" Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's recent era]]). There are implications that he's on drugs (he rarely sleeps, occasionally seems disoriented, admits to living in a trash can, and has several nervous tics—including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to writer Creator/JohnMulaney throwing in last-minute jokes), and he's gay (he once dated [[Creator/BenStiller Zoolander]] and, after flirting with him for years, actually married SethMeyers).Creator/SethMeyers). Although he repeatedly recommends Seth incredibly bizarre clubs when the anchor asks for family friendly spots, you can tell he means well.
27th Nov '15 10:43:28 AM nombretomado
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* Dante of ''TheWire''; downplayed for the most part until the end of season three, when he is found WhereEverybodyKnowsYourFlame drowning his sorrows in a [[DrinkOrder Cosmopolitan]].
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* Dante of ''TheWire''; ''Series/TheWire''; downplayed for the most part until the end of season three, when he is found WhereEverybodyKnowsYourFlame drowning his sorrows in a [[DrinkOrder Cosmopolitan]].

* David and Keith in SixFeetUnder both share elements of this trope. Salsa Guy ( David's one time boyfriend)is a more extreme example, without quite being a scenester. * During seasons 35 to 39, ''SaturdayNightLive'' featured the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent" Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's recent era]]). There are implications that he's on drugs (he rarely sleeps, occasionally seems disoriented, admits to living in a trash can, and has several nervous tics—including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to writer Creator/JohnMulaney throwing in last-minute jokes), and he's gay (he once dated [[Creator/BenStiller Zoolander]] and, after flirting with him for years, actually married SethMeyers). Although he repeatedly recommends Seth incredibly bizarre clubs when the anchor asks for family friendly spots, you can tell he means well.
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* David and Keith in SixFeetUnder ''Series/SixFeetUnder'' both share elements of this trope. Salsa Guy ( David's one time boyfriend)is a more extreme example, without quite being a scenester. * During seasons 35 to 39, ''SaturdayNightLive'' ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' featured the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent" Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's recent era]]). There are implications that he's on drugs (he rarely sleeps, occasionally seems disoriented, admits to living in a trash can, and has several nervous tics—including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to writer Creator/JohnMulaney throwing in last-minute jokes), and he's gay (he once dated [[Creator/BenStiller Zoolander]] and, after flirting with him for years, actually married SethMeyers). Although he repeatedly recommends Seth incredibly bizarre clubs when the anchor asks for family friendly spots, you can tell he means well.
18th Nov '15 9:13:53 PM wyattte
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* During seasons 35 to 39, ''SaturdayNightLive'' featured the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent" Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's recent era]]). There are implications that he's on drugs (he rarely sleeps, occasionally seems disoriented, admits to living in a trash can, and has several nervous tics—including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to writer John Mulaney throwing in last-minute jokes), and he's gay (he once dated [[Creator/BenStiller Zoolander]] and, after flirting with him for years, actually married SethMeyers). Although he repeatedly recommends Seth incredibly bizarre clubs when the anchor asks for family friendly spots, you can tell he means well.
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* During seasons 35 to 39, ''SaturdayNightLive'' featured the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent" Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's recent era]]). There are implications that he's on drugs (he rarely sleeps, occasionally seems disoriented, admits to living in a trash can, and has several nervous tics—including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to writer John Mulaney Creator/JohnMulaney throwing in last-minute jokes), and he's gay (he once dated [[Creator/BenStiller Zoolander]] and, after flirting with him for years, actually married SethMeyers). Although he repeatedly recommends Seth incredibly bizarre clubs when the anchor asks for family friendly spots, you can tell he means well.
28th Jun '15 3:13:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* Zach Braff (yes, [[{{Scrubs}} that one]]) plays one such character in TheBrokenHeartsClub, or at least his character is ''trying'' to be one to impress his GymBunny boyfriend. Eventually OD's on magic nose powder just in time for a cast catharsis. He lives. --> "I feel like Demi Moore in ''StElmosFire''"
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* Zach Braff (yes, [[{{Scrubs}} that one]]) plays one such character in TheBrokenHeartsClub, ''Film/TheBrokenHeartsClubARomanticComedy'', or at least his character is ''trying'' to be one to impress his GymBunny boyfriend. Eventually OD's on magic nose powder just in time for a cast catharsis. He lives. --> "I feel like Demi Moore in ''StElmosFire''"''Film/StElmosFire''"

* {{Bent}} has the protagonist start off as the 1930's equivalent to this trope. Being a drug abusing promiscuous cabaret goer.
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* {{Bent}} ''Film/{{Bent}}'' has the protagonist start off as the 1930's equivalent to this trope. Being a drug abusing promiscuous cabaret goer.
26th Jun '15 4:39:02 PM nombretomado
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Club Kids are also known as "scenesters" if they also adopt every [[CampGay tedious, shrieking gay cliché known to man]], like worshipping Music/KylieMinogue and Anne Robinson as gay icons. LadyGaga has become the new ''de facto'' Diva of more recent works.
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Club Kids are also known as "scenesters" if they also adopt every [[CampGay tedious, shrieking gay cliché known to man]], like worshipping Music/KylieMinogue and Anne Robinson as gay icons. LadyGaga Music/LadyGaga has become the new ''de facto'' Diva of more recent works.
5th Oct '14 2:24:50 PM eralkfang
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* ''SaturdayNightLive'' features the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent"[[note]]Though his first appearance on the Ben Affleck/David Cook episode from season 34 was in a sketch that had Stefon as a screenwriter who hasn't seen or worked with his brother (Ben Affleck) in three years and [[NoodleIncident "went through some stuff" that apparently turned him into what he is now]][[/note]] Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's current era]]), though there are implications that he's on drugs (mentioned a few times that he's been up for three days and the nervous tics -- including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to John Mulaney throwing in last-minute jokes -- can be chalked up to club drugs, meth, and cocaine) and it's all but outright stated that he's gay (has a crush on SethMeyers and once dated Creator/BenStiller's Zoolander character). Although he repeatedly describes incredibly bizarre clubs despite Seth Meyers asking him for something more normal (like somewhere Midwestern tourists might want to go, or perhaps couples on Valentine's Day), you can tell he means well and gives these examples because he really is clueless about anything else.
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* During seasons 35 to 39, ''SaturdayNightLive'' features featured the "Weekend Update" "city correspondent"[[note]]Though his first appearance on the Ben Affleck/David Cook episode from season 34 was in a sketch that had Stefon as a screenwriter who hasn't seen or worked with his brother (Ben Affleck) in three years and [[NoodleIncident "went through some stuff" that apparently turned him into what he is now]][[/note]] correspondent" Stefon (played by Bill Hader), who is one of the more benign examples of the trope (and [[ActuallyPrettyFunny probably one of the more memorable characters of the show's current era]]), though there recent era]]). There are implications that he's on drugs (mentioned (he rarely sleeps, occasionally seems disoriented, admits to living in a few times that he's been up for three days trash can, and the has several nervous tics -- including tics—including Hader's near-constant {{Corpsing}} thanks to writer John Mulaney throwing in last-minute jokes -- can be chalked up to club drugs, meth, jokes), and cocaine) and it's all but outright stated that he's gay (has a crush on SethMeyers and (he once dated Creator/BenStiller's Zoolander character). [[Creator/BenStiller Zoolander]] and, after flirting with him for years, actually married SethMeyers). Although he repeatedly describes recommends Seth incredibly bizarre clubs despite Seth Meyers asking him when the anchor asks for something more normal (like somewhere Midwestern tourists might want to go, or perhaps couples on Valentine's Day), family friendly spots, you can tell he means well and gives these examples because he really is clueless about anything else.well.
1st Oct '14 4:42:42 PM WillBGood
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* ''PartyMonster'' was about the Club Kids of the early 90s, and the figures the group grew up around.
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* ''PartyMonster'' ''Film/PartyMonster'' was about the Club Kids of the early 90s, and the figures the group grew up around.
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