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Mary and Phyllis Date a Possible Homosexual

2024-05-20T22:22:30-08:00May 15th, 2024|

Episode artwork by Ian O’Phelan. tags: 80s | facts of life | NBC “Menage a Phyllis” (November 2, 1974) In the third-season episode “My Brother’s Keeper,” Rhoda famously said the word “gay,” turning a plot about her association with Phyllis’ brother on its head. Two seasons [...]

Facts of Life Does a Covert Gay Episode With Cousin Geri

2024-05-20T22:23:13-08:00May 8th, 2024|

Episode artwork by Ian O’Phelan. tags: 80s | facts of life | NBC “Cousin Geri” (December 24, 1980) Fun game for listeners: Take a shot every time Drew mentions the phrase “gigantic bitch” in connection with Lisa Welchel’s Blair, who is in rare form this episode [...]

Drawn Together Forces Xandir Out of the Closet

2024-04-25T13:03:55-08:00April 24th, 2024|

Episode artwork by Ian O’Phelan. tags: 2000s | Animated | Comedy Central “Gay Bash” (November 10, 2004)For better or worse, Drawn Together represents a very real trend in mid-2000s humor. It specifically sought out to tell the most offensive jokes it could get on air, but that’s what [...]

A Queer History of SNL, Part Four: The Lost Years

2024-04-03T11:17:59-08:00April 3rd, 2024|

Episode artwork by Ian O’Phelan. tags: SNL | Queer History People use the term “the lost years” differently when speaking of Saturday Night Live, but this podcast is using it specifically from the time Lorne Michaels left the show after season five up until season eleven. [...]

Gimme a Break Transformed Into a Lesbian Perfect Strangers

2024-02-26T23:56:20-08:00February 22nd, 2024|

Episode artwork by Ian O’Phelan. “Joey’s First Crush” (January 28, 1987)Few other shows changed as much as Gimme a Break, which began as a fish-out-of-water sitcom that had Nell Carter playing mom to three white girls in California but ended up with Nell and her best friend, Telma [...]

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