"SNL's" game show spoofs are always a treat, mining the underlying shamelessness that so many of these shows seem to have. In their latest, "Who's On Top?", the very explanation of the game leads contestant Jason Sudeikis to deadpan, "No. No, thank you. I'm not playing this," before exiting the stage altogether. But two contestants remain, so the game goes on.
And what is the game, you ask? Take any two male celebrities -- gay or straight -- and decide if they were to have sex, which of them would be on top. Remember, this is a game of strategy...
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