Further Tales of the City: Season 1, Episode 2

Episode #1.2 (13 May 2001)

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Frannie takes DeDe's children on a cruise to Alaska to shield them from the publicity of Mary Ann's story. Prue and Luke are also on board and, whilst Franny denies that they are her ... See full summary »

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Frannie takes DeDe's children on a cruise to Alaska to shield them from the publicity of Mary Ann's story. Prue and Luke are also on board and, whilst Franny denies that they are her grand-children, Luke disappears with them, proving DeDe's fears that he is really Jim Jones, who did not die in Guyana and was very attached to the children. After seeing Jon Fielding, now the ship's doctor, Franny returns home with Prue whilst DeDe and Mary Ann fly to Alaska to look for the children. To stall for time Anna, Mouse and Brian kidnap Bambi, who has got wind of the story and keep her chained in the cellar whilst Mother Mucca introduces Anna to Royal Reichenbach, the philanthropist who runs the homeless shelter. Written by don @ minifie-1

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When Mouse meets the guy with the headphones in the bar, in the background someone is playing a "The Who's Tommy" pinball machine. This machine was based on the Broadway version of TOMMY (even using the Broadway logo) which didn't open on Broadway until 1993. See more »

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