In a skit released by Funny or Die, Van Der Beek and Pitch Perfect 2 star Anna Camp play a pair of Home Shopping Network-style hosts that quickly become uncomfortable and defensive when they receive calls from gay people inquiring about certain items.
This comes after Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a bill that many fear will lead to discrimination against gay people.
After a man calls in questioning about an item for his boyfriend, Van Der Beek says, “We have a religious freedom law, which means we don’t have to serve anyone that threatens our religion.”
Shortly after, a woman calls in asking about the plates she would like to purchase for her husband, “Lisa I mean Liso.” Camp seems flustered and says, “All these liberals! Are we in Utah, or something?”
The actor even posted a throwback photo he took in support of the NOH8 Campaign, which is a charitable organization whose mission is to promote marriage, gender and human equality through education, advocacy, social media, and visual protest.