James Van Der Beek + Anna Camp Parody Indiana’s Religious Freedom Act [VIDEO]
The actor, famous for playing Dawson Leery, and the Pitch Perfect actress teamed up for a Funny Or Die skit that pokes fun at the controversial bill. In the video, both actors pretend they are in an informercial selling plate sets — it all seems innocent enough until they get a phone call as they are attempting to sell a set.
The skit's caller tries to buy the plates, saying they would be perfect for himself and his partner, but Anna's character quickly shuts him down.
"Here in Indiana, we have a religious freedom law, which means we don't have to serve anyone who threatens our religion," James says. Anna chimes in with, "I mean, can you imagine a world in which a gay couple asked you to make a cake and then you actually have to sit down and make it?"
James and Anna continue taking calls and at one point, a woman refers to her husband as a man, which prompts them to throw in free extras. All in all, it's a very funny, cheeky video that makes a big statement about the new law.
The highlight of the video just might come when Anna puts on a pair of glasses, breaks into an akward dance and calls herself "funky," saying she listens to Meghan Trainor — both James and Anna are (pitch) perfect as a pair of ultra corny salespeople who are very clearly stuck in the past.
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