More than 1,500 New Yorkers gathered today in Manhattan to mourn the death of a 32 year-old gay man, who was shot down on Friday just blocks away from the historic Stonewall Inn in an apparent act of anti-gay bias.
What to Watch: Tuesday, September 28
Catch a sneak peek of tonight's Britney/Brittany episode of Glee, and what's in store for bisexual private investigator Kalinda this season on The Good Wife? You'll have to watch the premiere to find out!
Tuesday, September 28
8:00 pm Glee, Fox (1 hr) NEW
Oh baby, baby! It’s the episode Gleeks have been waiting for—the BRITNEY episode, complete with an appearance from none other than Britney Spears herself. Get a taste of what's to come!
9:00 pm Dancing with the Stars, ABC (2 hrs) NEW
Bisexual comedian Margaret Cho and her out dance partner Louis van Amstel made the cut last week…but will they be as lucky tonight?
9:00 pm Stargate Universe, Syfy (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
Rush comes up with a plan to use radiation to get Lucian Alliance to hand over Destiny. Later, an injured Johansen pictures a simple life with her baby. Features lesbian IOA officer, Camile Wray and her partner Sharon.
9:00 pm Flipping Out, Bravo (1 hr) NEW
Out house re-modeler Jeff’s temper rises after Sarah continues to make mistakes—leading her to make an important decision.
9:30 pm Running Wilde, Fox (30 mins) NEW
Emmy’s fiancé (former Arrested Development star David Cross) turns up at Steve’s estate, ruining his plans to go on a vacation with Emmy. Features Steve’s gay assistant, Mr. Lunt.
10:00 pm The Good Wife, CBS (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE
The second season heats up with Alicia having to make a decision between supporting Peter and his campaign and starting a relationship with Will. Also, rumor has it that bisexual investigator Kalinda will find love this year—will it be with a man or a woman? Also, this season welcomes Alicia’s gay brother (former L Word star Dallas Roberts).
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