A few minutes ago I was driving home and on the radio I heard a Carl's Jr. commercial with George Takei, who played Mr. Sulu on the original Star Trek series. The commercial was for Carl's Jr.'s Hawaiian Teriyaki Burger, which has a teriyaki flavor and a slice of pineapple, among other things.
I wish I could link to audio, but since I can't you'll just have to trust me on the contents of the commercial.
Takei introduces himself, tells about the burger, and then says (I'll paraphrase here), "I don't know why Carl's Jr. would want me to advertise this burger. Yes, it's Asian, meaty, fruity (pauses as if he now understands why)--oh my."
Takei is gay.
The commercial didn't make me laugh. It shocked me; I actually said out loud, "Oh my gawd!" Much like other commercials that seek to score points on sexuality, this one made me a little uncomfortable. Its meaning is very risque. While I'm the world's biggest fan of double entendres and innuendo, they're just not appropriate for a family audience.