Game show host Wayne Brady and actress Pauley Perrette are featured in two ads urging LGBT voters to register and vote.

The 43-year-old Perrette, who is best known for her role playing Abby Sciuto on the CBS police drama NCIS, appears in an ad discussing workplace protections.

In the 1-minute ad, two African-American workers discuss their racist and homophobic boss.

“He just can't fire us for being black,” one worker says.

“That's true. He can't just fire us for being black. But he can fire me for being gay,” the second worker says. “Job discrimination against gays and lesbians is still legal in most of this country.”

At the end of their conversation, Perrette says: “Same country. Different rules. Vote.”

In the second ad two women discuss being stay-at-home moms and how differently their relationships are treated by the government. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

All gay cabler Logo released the ads on Wednesday. The network is also prepping an election eve special to be hosted by comedian Wanda Sykes.