The entire gang celebrates the Gay Pride Parade in Pittsburgh; Michael worries his co-workers may see him there; Lindsay feels threatened when Mel's ex shows up.



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Jack Wetherall ...
Alec McClure ...
Nancy Anne Sakovich ...
Leda (as Nancy Sakovich)


The guys get prepared for the gay pride parade. Debbie tries to convince Michael to accompany her to it, but Michael is still scared that his working colleagues could get to know about his homosexuality. Lindsay meets Melanie's ex-girlfriend, who seems to fit better to Mel than Lindsay does. Emmett meanwhile has to face the death of an old friend. Written by sss

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27 January 2002 (USA)  »

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Another one of those really fun episodes...
26 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Word of advice: Next time you have nuts in your mouth, suck don't chew." ~Brian

Everyone is up for celebrating this year's gay pride parade, even Michael. Brian has a cynical new client who hates gays but wants to market a new alcoholic beverage. Justin faces some problems when he sees Chris Hobbs doing community service at an AIDS center. Legendary drag queen Godiva dies of AIDS leaving Emmett devastated, and Ted tries to find a way to stick up for himself after he is used for "pity sex." This was another one of those really fun episodes that did little in the way of forwarding the plot and more in the way of presenting a whole bunch of hilarious moments and situations. I enjoyed the final scenes most of all, and I loved the scene where Michael finally stood up to his employees. Ted reciting something Brian told him was also really cute and impressive, and Justin continues to be a very compelling character.

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