Michael's parents visit and he shows them around the city, keeping a discreet silence about his sexuality. Anna and Edgar also try to keep their affair secret as he stays the night but Mona is more ...
Jon, who has met DeDe as her gynecologist and likes her, breaks things off with Beauchamp, informing him of his wife's pregnancy. As Christmas approaches Mary Ann confides in Mouse her suspicions of ...
This mini-series chronicles the adventures of Mary Ann Singleton, a young secretary from Cleveland who takes a vacation to San Francisco and decides to stay. Set in 1976, before the days of A.I.D.S. and crack, the story depicts the city at the height of its boisterous gay, drug, and disco cultures through the eyes of the innocent heroine.Written by
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The show was a phenomenal hit for PBS, which planned to adapt the rest of the books in the series. Unfortunately, TV watchdog group The American Family Association deemed it immoral and put together a 12-minute highlight reel featuring each gay kiss, instance of nudity, swearing, and drug use, and presented the tape to all of the members of Congress. PBS executives were so freaked out over the furor that they immediately abandoned plans to produce further installments. See more »
During all scenes relating to the Palace of the Legion of Honor, Mary Ann's boots alternate between being black and red versions of the same shoes. See more »
Michael, I think D'orothea has a drug problem.
What makes you think that?
Yesterday I was in her study on the phone calling information trying to get her parents phone number and home address in Oakland when I found a horde of these totally unidentifiable capsules in her desk drawer while I was looking for a pen to write down her parents address. And later when I asked her about the pills, she started acting really... jumpy.
Has she been acting jumpy otherwise?
Well... no, not exactly.
Then it's ...
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Armistead Maupin come to live! At least as far as the small screen can take it, and surprisingly enough for me it is a huge canvas of human emotions, Kudos to RTP2 for showing this on primetime here on my home country! And hyper-kudos to everyone involved (certainly not least of all the magnificent actors) for bringing to life an extraordinary, funny and compelling script!)
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