Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City: Season 1, Episode 1

Episode #1.1 (7 Jun. 1998)

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Using money left her by Edgar Halcyon Mary Ann pays for herself and Mouse to go on a cruise where she meets and falls for Burke Andrew, a young man with a mysterious past. Mona, ... See full summary »

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Using money left her by Edgar Halcyon Mary Ann pays for herself and Mouse to go on a cruise where she meets and falls for Burke Andrew, a young man with a mysterious past. Mona, dissatisfied with city life, takes a bus ride and ends up near Reno, Nevada, where she is befriended by a potty-mouthed, eccentric old lady known as Mother Mucca. She is a brothel keeper and, calling herself Judy, Mona becomes her receptionist. Dede tells D'Or that her unborn babies' father is not Beauchamp but a Chinese delivery boy with whom she had rough, one-off sex. Brian, taking over Norman's roof-top apartment, becomes aware that a middle-aged woman with binoculars is spying on him when he is in the nude and pleasures himself for their mutual amusement. Written by don @ minifie-1

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