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Universal Studios' Halloween Show Mocks Homosexuals with 'Gay' Superman (Video)

| by Michael Allen

This time of year, theme parks across the country take on a spooky Halloween theme. Unfortunately, Universal Studios Hollywood's "Halloween Horror Nights" is offending some folks.

Part of the Halloween theme includes "Bill and Ted's Excellent Halloween Adventure."

According to, during the live action show, Bill and Ted have to kill some witches so they can return home.

Superman arrives to help the fumbling duo, but the man of steel turns gay after a witch drops some fairy dust on him (video below).

The superhero then suddenly has a limp wrist, talks with a lisp and sounds like Richard Simmons when yelling "fabulous!"

Superman removes his shirt and pants, hops around in some tiny underwear, blows kisses, and smacks Ted on his behind, which grosses out both of the stoners, notes

Later, Superman faces his arch-enemy General Zod, who tells the superhero to get on his knees. Hoping for oral sex, Superman happily obliges and says "Finally!"

If that wasn't enough, an actor playing Star Trek's George Takei, who is gay, hits on Superman and they leave the stage to have sex, but not before Takai says, "Time to boldly go where no man has gone before."

According to The Huffington Post, the show generates rip-roaring laughter from the audience.

Source: and The Huffington Post