Yes, the show's trademark innuendo and misunderstandings could be funny, but what makes the show inherently funny is that the situation driving this situational comedy was a landlord who was tolerant of homosexuals but not unmarried cohabitation. Was there really a point in American culture when this was plausible? See also 70's, Homosexual, Sitcom.
According to Wikipedia, the word "twink" is used describe "an attractive young or young-looking gay male (usually in his late teens or early twenties) with a slender build, a slight muscular physique, and little or no body hair." See also Homosexual.
Reminder to heterosexual male dancers to maintain composure and not raise their hands above their chest. See also Dances, Homosexual.
What might happen if you move to the big city and don't keep your wits about you. See also Homosexual.
I was told that this was a gay bar in New York, and really, the name is pretty much the filthiest thing I've ever heard, but I'm not sure such a bar actually exists. See also Homosexual, Made Up.