Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. posts a “no gays allowed” sign at a fake barbecue food truck while filming outside Trophy Brewing in Raleigh.
Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. posts a “no gays allowed” sign at a fake barbecue food truck while filming outside Trophy Brewing in Raleigh. Comedy Central
Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. posts a “no gays allowed” sign at a fake barbecue food truck while filming outside Trophy Brewing in Raleigh. Comedy Central
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Daily Show spoofs HB2 with anti-gay food truck in Raleigh

September 30, 2016 01:27 PM

UPDATED September 30, 2016 07:36 PM

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