We saw how the Religious Freedom Act's discriminatory legal shield manifested itself at one family-owned pizza shop in Indiana earlier this week. Now, thanks to Funny or Die, we have a glimpse into how the bigoted law could trickle into home shopping in the Hoosier State.
Funny or Die's "Indiana Home Shopping" features two diehard conservative hosts -- played by James Van Der Beek and Anna Camp -- who see gay callers as a threat to the state's old-timey, Christian value system. They badger each of their prospective customers about their sexual orientations and create absurd pronoun-traps for them when they don't immediately identify the gender of their significant other.
Watch the hilarious and maddening examination of the Indiana state of mind below: