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The Internet Is Rediscovering This Amazing Gay Role Pedro Pascal Played in the '90s

The Internet Is Rediscovering This Amazing Gay Role Pedro Pascal Played in the '90s

Pedro Pascal

Pascal appeared in the MTV show Undressed in 1999.

“The point is, we’re gay.”

That’s what gays across the internet are saying this morning after finding buried clips of Daddy actor Pedro Pascal playing gay in an MTV show from 1999.

A TikTok user posted a two-minute video of Pascal as a twenty-something actor playing an out-and-proud young gay man early in his career.

According to fansite, Pascal starred in three episodes of an MTV show called Undressed in 1999 while acting under the name Pedro Balmaceda.

The site describes the show as an anthology series that “examines the diverse sexual relationship involving the different genders, races, sexual orientations, and fetishes of high schoolers, college students, and post-college roommates.”

The clips of Pascal are absolutely everything we could have ever wanted. In them, Pascal’s character Greg gives us a dozen perfectly quotable quips, including: “Maybe he’s still adjusting to being out, not everyone can be ‘Mr. Gay Pride,’” “Please, either you’re gay or you're not, period,” “I’ll make cookies,” “Gay, with a weird fetish,” “And find a better place to hide your porn, buddy.” And perhaps best of all: “The point is, we’re gay.”

Gays across the internet are going to be quoting this for years!

Pascal is currently enjoying his status as the internet’s “cool, slutty Daddy” as he stars as reluctant father figures in both The Last of Us at HBO and The Mandalorian at Disney+.

Pascal is also getting ready to play gay again, this time in Pedro Almodóvar's gay western romance short film Strange Way of Life.

The short stars Pascal and Ethan Hawke as two cowboys who knew each other 25 years ago while riding across the desert to meet again.

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