Girl Code’s Quinn Says Season 3 Is Super Gay, In A Good Way

Wednesday, October 1st at 11/10c, Girl Code returns and Quinn Marcus assures us it’s going to be “super gay, in a good way.” If you’re unfamiliar with the MTV series, actresses, musicians, and comedians present their take on gender and social dynamics with a comedic tilt. Previously, we comedy crushed on castmate, Nicole Byer. Marcus promises that in addition to the talking head segments the show is well-known for, there will be more sketches including one with Marcus and Carly Aquilino.

I’m pretty sure every queer woman’s feedback on the show is “more Quinn” so if you haven’t tuned in to hear her eloquent advice on being yourself, on point definitions (lesbian sex is like the “best of” hits of sex), and very relatable soundbites (if it doesn’t involve food, count me out) then you are MISSING OUT.

Quinn on why you should tune in:

I think it’s a cool show because it’s so open and it’s always got the gay angle because of me. And a lot of the other cast members have hooked up with girls.

On the show’s ability to connect to people:

You say stuff you think is weird about you and find out other people think that way, too. I think that’s why people like the show, because we’re going through the same things they’re going through.

On the best episode to start with:

Season one, episode one, don’t miss anything, start from the beginning.

You can catch up with past episodes on the Girl Code website and follow the show and Quinn on Twitter. For more Quinn, check out her MTVU interview series, Quinnterviews and don’t forget to tune in to MTV tomorrow at 11/10c!

Brittani Nichols is a Los Angeles based comedy person. When she's not tweeting about white people or watching television, she's probably eating pizza. Actually, she's probably doing all three of those things concurrently and when she's not doing THAT, she's sleeping. Brittani also went to Yale and feels weird about mentioning it but wants you to know.

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6 Comments

  1. This was illuminating but it doesn’t tell me what the pouch I clip to my belt loops means.
    Could it me I’m extra queer or just geekier than the average?
    I’ll never know. *feigns anguish*

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