Tori Spelling is hoarding gays in a Funny or Die spoof on cabler A&E's reality series Hoarders.

Hoarders takes a serious look at real-life people who suffer from compulsive hoarding.

In the spoof, Dean McDermott seeks the help of Sally, an intervention counselor (played by Sally Kirkland), to help his wife confront her problem.

“She's just in such denial, and I hope we can rescue her,” McDermott says.

Spelling is seen attempting to hide some of her gays before admitting: “I guess they're right. There's too many.”

“Jesus, Tori, how long have these been in there?” Sally asks as she drags two men – one wearing a rainbow wrist band and another a head scarf – out of Tori's closet.

“They'll come back in style,” Tori complains. “Eventually.”

“Tori has to see how this is affecting her loved ones. Only then can she truly make a change,” Sally says as one of Tori's children is seen crying.

“My problem is completely out of control,” Tori says seated in a walk-in shoe closet turned confessional.

“I just love gays,” an emotional Tori adds.

The clip ends with a cameo appearance from singer Clay Aiken. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)