April 03, 2015 04:40 PM

James Van Der Beek is having some fun at the expense of Indiana’s controversial religious freedom law.

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?”

Van Der Beek has also Tweeted his opinions about the law, which Pence has said “is not about discrimination, and if I thought it legalized discrimination I would have vetoed it.”

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.

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