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WATCH: Getting "Ghosted" Has Hilarious New Meaning in Logo's New Sketch Comedy Gay Skit Happens

Logo's new sketch comedy premieres tonight

Malcolm Venable

Yes, Logo is home to the American treasure RuPaul's Drag Race (which begins Season 8 Monday, March 7) but it's also home to some great sketch comedy too. In fact, Logo's previous sketch show, The Big Gay Sketch Show is where Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon got her start.

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Now Logo is back at its cray-cray antics again with Gay Skit Happens, hosted by Daniel Franzese of Looking and Mean Girlsfame. With talent including director Rusty Cundieff (Chapelle's Show), and Brian Jordan Alvarez (Jane the Virgin), the laugh fest will also feature Vivica A. Fox this summer.

For its first episode, which airs tonight, the show takes on Valentine's Day and all the drama that comes with dating, relationships and sex in the age of social media. One of the issues it tackles is the dreaded "ghosting" - the too-common and too-sad phenomenon of having a date disappear with no response. But in this clip below, a girl and her BFF bring an entirely new meaning to ghosting - and it's pretty hilarious. Check it out below.

Gay Skit Happens premieres Monday at 10/9c on Logo.