Next week the Comedy Channel premieres the second series of Rick and Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in all the World.
The stop-animation series revolves around the citizens of a fictional gay ghetto: Lahunga Beach.
Rick and Steve decide to have a baby with their lesbian friends, except two of the partners don’t particularly like each other. The series, produced for the gay cable network Logo in the US, is a spin off of a 1999 short film by Q. Allan Brocka.
It’s managed to secure a fairly impressive voice cast including Peter Paige (Queer as Folk), Alan Cumming (who appers on Rove this Sunday night), Wilson Cruz, the outrageous Margaret Cho and even Lorna Luft, daughter of Judy Garland.
Guests have included Mark Hamill, RuPaul, Lance Bass, Andy Dick, Jai Rodriguez and George Takei.
Despite the vibrant Playskool colours, the humour is closer to South Park.
The Comedy Channel launches straight into S2 10pm Wednesday February 18.