24: Murphy Brown Has a Gay Co-Worker

 

“Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are” (March 9, 1992)

Just when you think Murphy Brown’s take on a gay episode is overstuffed with heteros sharing bad information about alternative lifestyles, the last scene gives the one-off gay character some earnest, heartfelt lines. In the end, Murphy Brown did the gay character good. Queer culture impresario Matt Baume joins Glen and Drew to talk Candice Bergen, Faith Ford and gunge. (Look it up.)

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Check out A Love Bizarre, downtown Los Angeles’ new queer art space

The Queen’s Vernacular, the vintage dictionary of gay slang mentioned by Matt

The Allusionist’s episode all about Polari, Britain’s gay secret language

Queens of Adventure, Matt’s drag queen Dungeons & Dragons podcast

Culture Cruise, Matt’s YouTube series about gay pop culture

Sewers of Paris, Matt’s gay pop culture podcast but also Drew’s episode of Sewers of Paris

 

Also below is Drew’s supercut of Invitation to Hell, the Susan Lucci movie that also stars Frank Fontana. (Drew likes his custom supercuts.)

 
 

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