First Annual "Gay-Off" by The Opie & Anthony Show

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The Opie & Anthony Show's First Annual "Gay-Off"

Are you a straight guy, married, and not that homophobic? If so, here's your chance to prove it… and maybe win $1,500! Compete in "The Opie and Anthony Show's" first annual "Gay-Off." See how much "gay" you can take. The last man standing wins!

All submissions will be reviewed by The Opie & Anthony Show staff, who will choose up to three (3) couples to compete live on air in the NYC Opie & Anthony studio for a shot at a $1,500 cash prize, courtesy of Steven Singer Jewelers – Visit www.ihatestevensinger.com today! (Prize will be awarded as long as there are a sufficient number of eligible entries to be judged.) Finalist Couples must be willing (and able) to attend an in-studio Finals show the week of February 11th (date to be determined) in New York City. Finalist Couples will be responsible for their own travel and accommodations (if needed).
See Official Rules for complete details.
TO ENTER, EMAIL: OPIEANTHONY@SIRIUSXM.COM

Make sure to include "GAY-OFF" in the subject line of your email along with:
(a) A short paragraph (250 words or less) with some background information on your relationship and why you and your partner should be selected as one of the couples to compete in the in-studio "Gay-Off" contest.​
(b) Full name of each partner​
(c) Dates of Birth of partners (must be at least 21 to enter)​
(d) Contact phone numbers (day & night, cell phone preferred)​
(e) The statement: "I HAVE READ AND AGREE TO THE OFFICIAL RULES AND THE REQUIRED AGREEMENTS OF CONTESTANTS, POTENTIAL FINALIST COUPLES AND WINNER."​


Email your submission to opieanthony@siriusxm.com beginning 6 a.m. ET on January 22, 2013. All entries must be received by noon ET on February 1, 2013.

Open to legal residents of the United States, D.C. or Puerto Rico who are at least 21 years of age and who are legally married. Not open to residents of Canada. PLEASE make sure to carefully read the Official Rules before entering.
By submitting your Entry, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and have abided by​
the Official Rules of the promotion.​

My Analysis

Motivations
In El Presidente Obama's America, a lot of people desperate for money can be expected to enter(greed). Also there could be hardcore fans who expect to finally meet the boys and get on the show(praise & hero worship). Also there might be bisexuals who are not afraid to go down the hershey highway(sexual gratification & exhibitionism).

Deconstructing the contest
This is a couples event, it is not just a guy playing with a gay stripper. No doubt the significant other will be mic'd. So in-fact it is more a gay cuckolding event. And since Jimmy is into such niche behaviors, we can expect them to try to get a bulky minority and not a wafish white twink. Also since Jimmy enjoys feeling other people's humiliation, there will be many mentally painfully acts needed to win and he will be the ring leader.

How the participants will behave
There are basically 4 sets of behaviors that can happen. Both the man and woman are into it, both are not into it, man is in yet woman is out, and man is out and yet woman is in. I think a contrast in the reactions to the gay sexual acts would produce the best results for a chance to win. So man in and woman out OR man out and woman in should be the game plan for any participation. All-in or reluctant. Cheerleader or Anti-Cheerleader.

Radio as a Vocal Medium
Since this is will be done over the air, participants should research gay phrases, as in watching gay porn. Simple grunts and groans will probably not cut it. Preparation of explicit phrases and back-and-forth between the guy and gal involved would give the judges something extra to pick up other than the silliness. Both participants could have a repertoire of phrases if they expect to win and not revert to the comfort of a few phrases.

Enhancements
Unlike sports events, past O&A events have allowed the use of performance enhancing items. Bringing gay sexual items like face dildos, ball gags, fruity underwear, pre-choosing specific gay music, glow sticks, etc could give an edge over less prepared contestants. Also dressing up and not looking like a shlub could give a positive impression before the event.

Hints
Kissing is seen as extremely gay as compared to penetration. (Mental > Physical) Tender caresses as well as rubbing could be a factor.

Guessing the Grading
The O&A staff will have personal criteria for judging. Here is what I guess will be most important to each of them.

Opie - best phrase
Anthony - best act
Jimmy - most humiliation
Sam - most painful
Travis - most active
Erik - most overall
Sal - most disgusting
Troy - least inhibited
Roland - most gay romance
CSK - most silly
Mars - not involved

I hope the sexist siriusxm lawyers allow other participant events in the future, possibly with women, if this is a success.
 
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LiddyRules

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How can they weed out bicurious guys/guys with open marriages? Not to mention, some chicks like watching that in the way guys like watching girls going at it.
 

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TSauce really doing some research on this. I wonder why...
How can they weed out bicurious guys/guys with open marriages? Not to mention, some chicks like watching that in the way guys like watching girls going at it.
Its all a work, Fez and Patti are going to sign the marriage license before the contest and participate as a pair of ringers. That way Todd will finally pop some of his gay cherry.
 

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This is Danny's way of whispering "...To the last, I grapple with thee; from hell's heart, I stab at thee; for hate's sake, I spit my last breath at thee."
This contest has Danny's gayness all over it. Is he eligible to enter in a SXM contest?
 

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I'm wondering if they finally went with a bit management suggested, just to show how it crashes and burns.
 

LiddyRules

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I'm wondering if they finally went with a bit management suggested, just to show how it crashes and burns.
Who in management would suggest a gay off? Other than Jeremy Coleman.

Unless management suggested it to fuck with Fez. Because I have to imagine that everyone hates Fez.
 

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I'm frankly wondering at this point why I even bothering listening anymore. It's only ever screaming about management, race, guns, or ghey shit. What the fuck happened to this show? Granted, they sometimes forget to bring their soapboxes to work and we get some interesting current events stories, but mostly it's one of the things mentioned above.
 

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All the really funny people started getting too big or dying. That is my explanation.
 

LiddyRules

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All the really funny people started getting too big or dying. That is my explanation.
That's a good rationale. I'm also going to say general famery has played a part.
 

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I'm writing a complaint letter to Sirius. Shut this waste of time down.
 

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I still really like the show but I'm not going to pretend it is what were my "peak years" quality when I was a listener.
I'd consider the peak years to be a really great run from when I started in the very beginning of 2006 throughout 2008 and into a bit of 2009.
Now, I still really like the show. However, do I like it as much as I did in 2007?
No. It isn't as good as it was in 2007. Period.
If that makes me a "hater" or somebody who "doesn't get the show" anymore, so be it.

This Gay-Off is emblematic of the show's decline. No audience, no video, limited fan participation in the day to day show for years and now they will try to "recapture the magic" with a
horrid sponsored contest that even top on-air talent thinks is going to be a dud.
I fear this is going to be a half assing of the great stuff they were doing almost 10 years ago.
 

Lord Zero

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This contest would be great if Colin Quinn was in studio to shoot holes in it the entire time like he did during the intern ball-eating contest.
 

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I still really like the show but I'm not going to pretend it is what were my "peak years" quality when I was a listener.
I'd consider the peak years to be a really great run from when I started in the very beginning of 2006 throughout 2008 and into a bit of 2009.
Now, I still really like the show. However, do I like it as much as I did in 2007?
No. It isn't as good as it was in 2007. Period.
If that makes me a "hater" or somebody who "doesn't get the show" anymore, so be it.

This Gay-Off is emblematic of the show's decline. No audience, no video, limited fan participation in the day to day show for years and now they will try to "recapture the magic" with a
horrid sponsored contest that even top on-air talent thinks is going to be a dud.
I fear this is going to be a half assing of the great stuff they were doing almost 10 years ago.
Doesn't that include the long period where everything had a gay component to piss off XM execs for some reason?
 

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It sure does. :D

They were rewarded with Boy Butter sponsorships.
 

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They should have had one of the lawyers watch the whole gay bit to make sure everything was ok for air
 

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I still really like the show but I'm not going to pretend it is what were my "peak years" quality when I was a listener.
I'd consider the peak years to be a really great run from when I started in the very beginning of 2006 throughout 2008 and into a bit of 2009.
Now, I still really like the show. However, do I like it as much as I did in 2007?
No. It isn't as good as it was in 2007. Period.
If that makes me a "hater" or somebody who "doesn't get the show" anymore, so be it.

This Gay-Off is emblematic of the show's decline. No audience, no video, limited fan participation in the day to day show for years and now they will try to "recapture the magic" with a
horrid sponsored contest that even top on-air talent thinks is going to be a dud.
I fear this is going to be a half assing of the great stuff they were doing almost 10 years ago.
That'll happen when there's a hostile takeover of the 'good guys' company and you're kept in a shitbox studio for years on end. All the while, the content you can have on your show is effectively neutered.

You didn't think anything different would happen when the takeover went down, right?