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Zac Efron Takes On America ‘One D–k At A Time’ For ‘Hit RECord’ — Watch

Fri, July 10, 2015 2:21pm EDT by Avery Thompson 1 Comment

Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his merry band of friends, including Zac Efron, tackle the polarizing issue of guns on the July 10 episode of ‘Hit RECord.’ Zac’s character in the episode advocates for the use of ‘d–k guns.’ Yes, really. Click to WATCH!

Zac Efron, 27, is a guest star on the July 10 episode of Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Hit RECord, and his appearance is memorable, to say the least. The swoonworthy star, along with Joseph, confront the topic of guns and masculinity with a hilarious satire segment titled “Dick Guns.” He vows to keep “America American, one d–k at a time.”

The segment opens up with a commercial, featuring David Krumholtz, advocating for the sale of “Dick Guns.” Seth Rogen, who lends his voice for the commercial, says, “We’ve combined the fun of the male penis with the destructive power of a gun. Now you don’t have to be afraid of our horrifyingly diverse society — or the size of your d–k!”

The sketch segues into another commercial where Larry Miller tells you about the danger of “d–k guns.” But the most surprising and hilarious bit of the segment comes from Zac. He stars as Jack Grayson, and he wants you to elect him to Congress. In a mud-slinging political ad attacking a fellow Congress hopeful, played by Joseph, he supports your “God-given right to have your penis merged with a powerful killing machine.” Now that’s a masculine statement for you.

Zac’s Jack Grayson features a bit where a man protests the movement to outlaw “d–k guns.” He says, “Who are they to tell me what I should do with my body?” Sounds like a question we’ve all heard before.

The commercial ends with this powerful statement: “If Daryl Chambers is elected, there will be a government recall of all d–k guns, and then how will you protect yourself? You won’t, and everyone you love will die.” Take it easy, Jack Grayson. Let’s not overreact here.

HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Hit RECord’s gun control episode? Sound off on your thoughts below!

— Avery Thompson