Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City: Season 1, Episode 5

Episode #1.5 (12 Jan. 1994)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Mystery | Romance
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Brian continues to have more disastrous pick-ups, including with two waitresses who turn out to be a mother and daughter. Mona finds it difficult to get through to Dorothea, particularly ... See full summary »

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Norman Neal Williams
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Carson Callas
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Brian continues to have more disastrous pick-ups, including with two waitresses who turn out to be a mother and daughter. Mona finds it difficult to get through to Dorothea, particularly with regard to Dor's reluctance to see her parents, whom Mona rings in the spirit of reconciliation. DeDe continues her joyless affair with Callas, though at least she gets sex with him, which is more than she does with Beauchamp who,unaware of her situation,announces that he does not want children - before heading to a gay sauna where he picks up Jon. Mary Ann goes on seeing Norman, for whom she feels sorry. She is not to know that he has been employed by a Mrs. Ramsay, a woman with the same surname as Mona, to dish all the dirt on Anna's background. And Anna does indeed have a surprising secret, which she discloses to Edgar. Written by don @ minifie-1

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