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The 7 Funniest Chick-fil-A Parodies (VIDEO/PHOTOS)

Posted: 08/02/2012 1:52 am

If yesterday was Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, then we might as well declare today Chick-fil-A Vilification Day. Over the last few weeks, the nation's comedians have had a great time making fun of the company's antiquated stance on gay rights. Here are seven of the most biting Chick-fil-A parodies.

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  • Chaz the Intolerant Chick-fil-A Chicken

    After The Muppets severed their ties with Chick-fil-A, Conan O'Brien presented a new puppet mascot, who's been so popular that he's made three appearances in one week. [WATCH <a href="" target="_hplink">PART 1</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">PART 2</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">PART 3</a>]

  • KFC Loves Gays

    <a href="" target="_hplink">Funny or Die</a> enlisted John Goodman to play an ambiguously gay Colonel Sanders who wants you to know KFC is totally cool with the gays. [<a href="" target="_hplink">WATCH VIDEO</a>]

  • Chick-fil-A: Eat Mor Cok

    Jon Stewart shows how Chick-fil-A's subversive cows might react to the company's stance on gay marriage. [<a href="" target="_hplink">WATCH VIDEO</a>]

  • Chick Fil-A vs. Chikk Klub

    The <a href="" target="_hplink">first sketch from Nick Kroll’s new Comedy Central show</a> imagines what an even more offensive chicken sandwich would taste like.

  • Stephen Colbert on Chick-fil-A

    Stephen Colbert breaks down all aspects of the Chick-fil-A controversy, including Rick Santorum's obsession with Chick-fil-A sauce, "a frothy mix of sweet and spicy." [<a href="" target="_hplink">WATCH VIDEO</a>]

  • Anti-Gay Chick-fil-A Commercial

    <a href="" target="_hplink">Jest</a> hit the streets to ask "real New Yorkers" to choose between their belief in gay rights and a free chicken sandwich. [<a href="" target="_hplink">WATCH VIDEO</a>]

  • Chow Down (at Chick-fil-A)

    Long before it became a national story, three drag queens <a href="" target="_hplink">sang about Chick-fil-A to the tune of Wilson Phillips' "Hold On." </a>


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