Tales of the City - Season 2

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  • More Tales of the City (6)
    6/8/98
    8.9
    D'Orthea accompanies DeDe to the hospital when she goes into labor and their true feelings for each other finally emerge. Betty tells Mona that she knows Mrs. Madrigal is her father, so Mona arranges a meeting between the estranged couple. Mary Ann and Burke finally figure out why he had amnesia, and it does relate to a cult – a cannibalistic religious cult! Jon brings Mouse back to his newly redecorated apartment in Barbary Lane, and the two seem to be destined to spend the rest of their lives together…. DeDe and D'Orthea leave with the twins, headed for Jonestown.moreless
  • More Tales of the City (5)
    6/8/98
    8.6
    DeDe has an underwhelming reaction to the news of Beauchamp's death. Mary Ann discovers that Beauchamp didn't inform anyone that she'd quit, and she still has a job "after the dust settles." She uses her newfound free time continuing to play Nancy Drew, trying to unlock Burke's amnesia, and discovers that he may have been pursuing a story about a cult. Frannie gets initiated into the Pinus club. Mona and Brian spend an evening together and develop a friendship – until she accidentally catches him masturbating while watching a neighbor with binoculars. Michael slowly regains use of his body, and Jon makes plans to move in and nurse him back to health. Mona receives a call from her mother, Betty, who declares that she "could be in serious danger," so Mona agrees to see her.moreless
  • More Tales of the City (4)
    6/8/98
    8.9
    Mary Ann and Michael return from their trip, so Mrs. Madrigal takes the opportunity to gather all of her "children" to reveal that she used to be Andy Ramsey, and she's Mona's father. Mary Ann tries to discover why Burke vomits whenever he sees roses. Michael and Jon are officially back together.... just in time for Michael to be strickened with a rare paralysis. Mona later arrives with a letter from Michael's mother, in which she rants about homosexuals, so he dictates a response outting himself. Frannie goes away to an exclusive club for older women, where she's attended to by a young, naked man. Mary Ann and Beachamp have a heated confrontation which ends with her quitting. Douchebag is all set to rough-up DeDe, and awaits the word from Beachamp... but the call never comes since Beachamp ends up in a fatal car accident.moreless
  • More Tales of the City (3)
    6/7/98
    8.6
    Beauchamp arranges to have a young thug named Douchebag whack DeDe in the stomach to ensure she has a miscarriage. Mona takes Mother Mucca back to Barbary Lane to meet her estranged child. Meanwhile, Michael is initially jealous that Mary Ann and Burke have hooked up, until a chance encounter reunites him with Jon. DeDe and her new friend D'Orthea begin to bond, as do Mrs. Madrigal and Brian. Frannie joins the Pinus club, a club for wealthy 60+ women.moreless
  • More Tales of the City (2)
    6/7/98
    8.5
    Mona (who introduced herself as Judy to Mother Mucca) gets the hang of things at The Blue Moon Lodge. Mrs. Madrigal, lonely with her "family" deserting her, worries about Mona and in a moment of exasperation, reveals to Brian that she's actually Mona's father. Mary Ann shares a romantic evening with Burke, while Mouse tries to find a crew member to seduce. DeDe leaves Beachamp and moves back in with Frannie. Mother Mucca convinces Mona to don a nun's habit and entertain (er... discipline) a gentleman client. Brian and his spying neighbor begin sharing long-distance sexual encounters -- which are being watched by the high-and-mighty queens down the street. Mona discovers a cookbook with "Mona Ramsey" written inside, which she learns is also Mother Mucca's name. Confused, Mona calls Mrs. Madrigal, who reveals the truth about their unique relationship.moreless
  • More Tales of the City (1)
    6/7/98
    8.5
    We begin this installment on Feb 14, 1977 -- and what a strange Valentine's Day it is! Mary Ann surprises Mouse with two tickets for a Carnival Cruise bound for Mexico. Mona gets a phone call from her mother, who demands that Mona move out of Mrs. Madrigal's apartment. DeDe tells Beachamp that her unborn children aren't his. And Brian, who's moved into the upstairs apartment formerly occupied by Norman, spies on a female neighbor across the street who's spying on him. The day that Mary Ann and Mouse head off on their trip, Mona, dissatisfied with her life, leaves Barbary Lane, searching for something meaningful. She winds up smoking an angeldust joint, and buying a ticket to Reno, Nevada. While waiting for the bus, she meets motherly, but foul-mouthed, Mother Mucca, who eventually invites Mona to accompany her back to Winnemucca to be the receptionist at The Blue Moon Lodge -- the whorehouse she owns. Frannie becomes obsessed about her appearance and contemplates getting a facelift. On the cruise, Mary Ann falls for Burke, a handsome, mysterious stranger.moreless
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