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Host: Katherine Linton.  Correspondent: Kate Clinton.  Featured guests: Marga Gomez, Barney Frank, Susan Miller, Michael Kearns, Gene Ulrich.

Summary: The first segment is about gay rights and issues used in presidential campaigns and elections, and the second segment focuses on the viability of gay candidates for political office. The theater spotlight segment is on Marga Gomez and her show, A Line around the Block. The In the Press segment features a look at gay journalists coming out. Kate Clinton interviews U.S. Representative Barney Frank. The next segment spotlights the Mautner project, which provides aid to lesbians with breast cancer, followed by a segment focusing on Susan Miller and Michael Kearns using theater to promote awareness of breast cancer and AIDS. There is also a rebroadcast of the segment about Gene Ulrich, the gay mayor of Bunceton, MO first seen in episode 404. Marga Gomez provides the episode's Celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Lea DeLaria, Stockard Channing, Irene Monroe, Paula Vogel, Marga Gomez, Paul Rudnick.

Summary: The first segment covers Judy Garland's death and its relation to the Stonewall riots, followed by two bumpers about Stonewall featuring Lea DeLaria and Stockard Channing. The Project YES segment is about a Miami gay youth support group. This episode's A Day in the Life segment is about Irene Monroe. The next segment covers the PIGS animal sanctuary, while the theater spotlight features playwright Paula Vogel. Clips from the In the Life archives feature Marga Gomez and coverage of Stonewall 25. Paul Rudnick provides this episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Margarita Sanchez, Marga Gomez, E. Lynn Harris, Edmund White, Wilson Cruz.

Summary: The first episode of season nine begins with a segment about the Millennium March and Festival in Washington, D.C. held to raise awareness about LGBT issues. The activism spotlight features Margarita Sanchez in Puerto Rico, and the Out Artists Speak Out segment features Marga Gomez and E. Lynn Harris, who is profiled in this episode. The theater segment covers the play, Avow, and the Elizabeth Streb Dance Company performing at Grand Central Station. The next segment is about independent bookstores. The In the News segment features coverage of Georgia Governor Roy Barnes, Al Gore and Hillary Clinton speaking at LGBT events, as well as a consideration of gay issues and the Republican Party. The next segment is about author Edmund White. Wilson Cruz provides this episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton. Featured guests: Marga Gomez, Alec Mapa, Dan Pintauro.

Summary: The first episode of season ten begins with a segment focusing on the "AIDS, a Living Archive" and "Pride 2001" art exhibits. The next segment looks at the ONE Institute & Archives in Los Angeles. The episode features a rebroadcast of a segment about the Condega Homemaker's Project from episode 804. The Out & About segment covers the murder of Fred Martinez, the LGBT Community Center opening in New York City, and the film, Iron Ladies. It also spotlights writers Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, Lanford Wilson, Howard Cruse and Samuel R. Delany. The next segment focuses on jazz songwriter Billy Strayhorn. The Out Takes segment features Marga Gomez, while Alec Mapa and Dan Pintauro provide PSAs during the episode.

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