BY Advocate.com Editors
March 26 2010 12:10 PM ET
British Invasion: Dusty Springfield - Once Upon a Time, 1964-1969 — The lesbian life of the distinctive purveyor of blue-eyed soul isn’t covered in this look at Springfield’s early career, but viewers can revel in archival footage, rare concert performances, and a 1978 interview in which the singer recalls being part of the British invasion.
Rhoda: Season Two — Rhoda Morgenstern, New York’s favorite prodigal daughter, memorably portrayed by Valerie Harper, returns in the second season of the hit 1970s sitcom. After meeting and marrying Mr. Right during the first season (in one of television’s all-time highest-rated episodes), acerbic Rhoda experiences the ups and downs of balancing marriage and career. Much of the sitcom’s continued appeal comes from gay faves like Nancy Walker and Julie Kavner, who lend spunky support as Rhoda’s mother and sister, respectively.
The Yes Men Fix the World—Corporate greed gets its comeuppance when professional pranksters Andy Bichlbaum (who is gay) and Mike Bonanno pose as insiders at various corporations they believe guilty of wrongdoing to cause mayhem in this hilarious hoax-driven documentary, a sequel to 2004’s The Yes Men.
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