Oh My God!

This is for all you Dallas and Dynasty fans out there in Queeristan.  All two of you!

Recently, a handwritten screenplay was discovered in the basement rec room of a split level ranch house in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.

Written in 1981 by a teenage boy with Hollywood dreams, this “lost episode” has never been made available to the public.

Until now.

This video is the first-ever dramatic reading of this very important piece of un-televised television history…

By way of Queerty

Out columnist Josh Kilmer-Purcell released his debut novel today. And, in honor of the title – Candy Everybody Wants – he gathered a motley crew to perform “the first-ever dramatic reading of this very important piece of un-televised television history…”

P.S. – Is that a cameo by Augusten Burroughs three quarters in?

DALLASTY! from Candy Everybody Wants

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