|episode four||season four|
Halloween on Church Street
|Although the marketers reportedly have got straight folk to dish out more than $2.5 billion on Halloween this year in North America, queer folk still regard this night as one of our "high holidays." Our cameras and hosts "Superman" and "Ann Gina" join the revelers in taking over Church Street in wild, weird and wonderful forms.|
Kids Halloween Party at Pope Joan
|This bar's namesake pulled off one of the best costumes ever - "Pope Joan" disguised herself as a man and sat for two years on the papal throne. We join the kids as they discuss this and other historical references in between stuffing chocolate and candy into their faces.|
"Calendar Girl" Enza
|It wasn't that long ago that our crew member "Enza" was on the front page of the Toronto Sun planting a big smooch on the mayor's cheek during the Pride parade. Thanks to a new calendar being promoted by 10%-Qtv and our friends at Groove Society she's got her face all over 1999, and she'll tell you how to do the same.|
"Toronto Queens:" Miss Hola
|Even more dress-up as we continue our look at the drag scene in Toronto with a profile of Miss Hola.|
|Remember when we profiled the Rainbow Lions Club a couple years ago? This episode we hook up with another rather "conventional" organization with a rainbow twist. Club #4100 of the Toastmasters has been helping its queer members become better public speakers since it received its charter in 1997.|
"Welcome to Woop Woop"
|Stephan Elliott has brought many members of his production team from "Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" back together in a new flick. Filmed on location near Alice Springs, Australia, "Welcome to Woop Woop" traps the "irresistible" Teddy and a "sexy, hitchhiking Aussie tomboy" named Angie in an Outback town where "Rogers & Hammerstein" musicals rule. Uh, maybe you should just watch the clip.|
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