Tales of the City

Season 3 Episode 4

Further Tales of the City (4)

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Aired Unknown May 27, 2001 on Showtime
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Further Tales of the City (4)
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Mary Ann and DeDe's Alaskan trip turns out to be a wild goose chase, so they return home. Luke, too, has returned to California, and it's up to Prue to help reunite DeDe with her children. Mrs. Madrigal and her family hold Bambi hostage until Mary Ann can return, during which time, Mother Mucka figures out who Bambi actually is. After Mother Mucca makes her discovery, she returns home to Winnemucca. Jon resurfaces, looking to rekindle his relationship with Michael, though it's hinted at that he's becoming ill. D'Orthea returns shortly after DeDe was reunited with the twins. Mary Ann and Brian get married shortly after Mrs. Madrigal receives news that Mother Mucca has passed away.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Thomas Gibson

    Thomas Gibson

    Beauchamp Day (1994-1998)

    Chloe Webb

    Chloe Webb

    Mona Ramsey (1994)

    Billy Campbell

    Billy Campbell

    Dr. Jon Philip Fielding (1994-2004)

    Donald Moffat

    Donald Moffat

    Edgar Halcyon (1994)

    Mary Kay Place

    Mary Kay Place

    Prue Giroux (2001)

    John McMartin

    John McMartin

    Royal Reichenbach (2001)

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      • In a May 2003 interview in "Ultimate DVD" magazine, Billy Campbell (Dr. Jon Fielding) had this to say about the upcoming "Tales" installment: "My only regret is that my character has now passed away and I'm not meant to be in the next one. But Armistead assures me that he's going to write me some flashbacks so that I can at least have a few days work on the next one."

      • On DVD, the four episodes of "Further Tales" are combined without credits to play as a three hour film. The second disc of the two-disc set is entirely bonus features, including 50 minutes of commentary on selected scenes, tons of interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, alternate scenes and more.

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