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Mae Martin on their formative ‘Rocky Horror’ crush, new comedy special, and kissing Brett Goldstein

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Feel Good—which followed the life and career of a comic named Mae overcoming addiction (sound familiar?)—that broke Martin through to the international stage when it dropped on Netflix in 2020.Now, Martin returns to the streaming giant for their first-ever hour-long comedy special, SAP, directed by their pal and Broad City vet Abbi Jacobson.

Premiering March 28, the special finds Martin in their sweet spot: On a stage telling insightful, hilarious jokes about everything from a mystical moose to how they got the nickname “Bathwater” in rehab.Ahead of SAP‘s debut, Queerty was thrilled to have Martin in the hot seat as the latest guest in our rapid-fire Q&A series, Dishin’ It.

In our discussion, the preview the highly-anticipated special, reveal the cinematic orgy scene that changed their life, and confirm that, yes, kissing Ted Lasso’s Brett Goldstein is as amazing as you’d imagine.QUEERTY: Is there a piece of media—whether a movie, TV series, book, album, games, etc…—that you consider a big part of your own coming-out journey, or that has played an important part in exploring your own queerness?

Why does it stand out to you?MARTIN: Rocky Horror Picture Show, which is a family favorite and was shown to me at a very young age.

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