Further Tales of the City: Season 1, Episode 1

Episode #1.1 (6 May 2001)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Mystery | Romance
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Mary Ann is working hard in daytime TV,hoping to get an evening show like bitchy Bambi Kanetaka. Brian feels neglected but resists the urge to sleep with old flame Jennifer. Mouse, working ... See full summary »

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Mary Ann is working hard in daytime TV,hoping to get an evening show like bitchy Bambi Kanetaka. Brian feels neglected but resists the urge to sleep with old flame Jennifer. Mouse, working at a garden nursery with boss and sometime lover Ralph, goes with Ralph to stay with Ralph's former beau Cage, a heart-throb film star of the 50s and 60s, with whom Mouse has sex. Frannie Halcyon summons Mary Ann with a scoop story. DeDe and her children and Dor did not die in the Jonestown massacre as believed but escaped just before it. Dor is in Cuba but DeDe and her children are back in San Francisco and Mary Ann is to carry their story. Magazine writer Prue Giroux meets an attractive mystery man, Luke, living in a hut in a park and starts an affair with him whilst Mother Mucca comes to stay at Barbary Lane and works in a homeless shelter. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The story is set in 1981. When Michael and Ned are driving down to Cage Tyler's house, "Do Ya Wanna Funk" by Sylvester is heard playing, but this song was not released until 1982. See more »

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