A song by the Kids in the Hall:

Mark and Bruce: This is a song about a great folk hero. (singing) Running free...running free...running faggot. Running faggot running free; see the faggot, see the running faggot, running faggot running free.

Scott: Howdy stripling.

Kevin (Stripling): Howdy....faggot.

Scott: Well, what can I do for you?

Kevin: My puppy's hungry, I don't know what to do!

Scott: Hm. Why not try feeding it puppy food?

Kevin: Good idea, faggot! Why don't you stick around and see the results?

Scott: Nope. Gotta be hitching a ride on the wind.

Mark and Bruce: Running faggot running free; see the faggot he fed a puppy, running faggot running free.

Scott: Howdy, stranger.

Dave (Gunfighter): Good ta see ya, faggot.

Scott: Well, what seems to be the problem?

Dave:Well I'll let ya have it straight. We're surrounded on all side by about 10,000 angry Indians, and it looks like there's only (pulls out gun) one way out.

Scott: Have you ever thought of talking to them?

Mark and Bruce: singing Running faggot running; he stopped the carnage by gettin' folks a talkin' 'stead just a sqawkin', sqawkin' and a gawkin', mockin' and a rockin', running free.

Dave and Kevin (Rednecks): Yeeeeha! Walkin' talkin' stereotypes! Yeeeha!

Dave: Look what we got here...

Kevin: Got ourselves a pretty little faggot.

Dave: Guess we better beat on him.

Kevin: Guess so.

Mark and Bruce: (singing) Running faggot, running free; see the faggot running from the rednecks, running free. Run you faggot run you! Run you faggot run you! Run you faggot running free.

Bruce: Godspeed through Texas, faggot.

Mark: Via con Dios, el Faggot.

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