The Henson Company had plans to feature their toys in the fast food restaurant’s kid’s meals through August, but pulled them upon hearing Chick-fil-A’s recent homophobic statements and donated the money they received to GLAAD.
It turns out that not only is CEO Lisa Henson a huge supporter of gay marriage, but the company is also working on a show with Neil Patrick Harris. Let Willam explain:
The Henson company is exhibiting their fine taste by backing “Neil’s Puppet Dreams” over a fast food joint, and the inclusion of ‘Chow Down (at Chick-fil-A)’ music video director Michael Serratto on NPH’s new show.
Hopefully, the Chow Down girls can make an appearance on ‘Neil’s Puppet Dreams.’ I think puppetry is the perfect entre for fisting and that has always intrigued me, especially now that I’m in my 30s and more mature.
Recap: Don’t gobble up a waffle fry, watch my friend Neil’s new show and follow me on twitter (willambelli) for info on our Chow Down flash mob happening in August at the Hatemeat eatery.”
And there you have it, folks. Maybe Willam should consider having his flash mob on August 3rd, aka “Same-Sex Kissing Day at Chick-fil-A.”