On Friday, May 25, the man forever known as George Constanza stopped by Craig Ferguson's Late, Late Show on CBS and promptly questioned cricket's sexual orientation. "It’s not like a manly baseball pitch," he said. "It’s a queer British gay pitch." At the time, no one seemed to notice: Towleroad posted about it six days later, and Queerty caught on only when GLAAD directed them to Alexander's remarkably lengthy apology, issued today to all the fine gentlemen accused of not being "man enough." Our excuse for not knowing? We were busy watching Lagaan.
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