Watch Avenue Q's Same-Sex Puppets, Rod and Ricky, Talk Marriage Equality on MSNBC (Video)
26 Jun 2014
Ricky and Rod
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Rod and Ricky, the same-sex puppets from the Tony Award-winning musical Avenue Q, who were engaged in 2011 and tied the knot July 24, 2011 — the first day same-sex couples could be legally married in the state of New York — recently sat down on MSNBC to talk marriage equality.
In the musical, Rod, a Wall Street banker, and Ricky, a "Chelsea boy," meet through an online personal ad placed by Rod's best friend and slacker roommate Nicky. It was love at first sight — and the rest is history.
Click here to read the Playbill.com feature with Rod and Ricky, who chat about their marriage, honeymoon and LGBT pride.
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