In a flashback to the 1960s, Anna arrives in San Francisco, befriends some trans women and starts dating a man. But she soon finds her loyalties tested.
Did You Know?
The flag image before the final credits, replacing the Pride flag that appears in other episodes, is the transgender flag. The blue and pink stripes represent the traditional male and female gender colours while white is for those who are transitioning or do not fit into either gender. It was designed in 1998 by Monica Helms. See more
When Anna calls her daughter, the voice on the other end is clearly that of a little girl. Anna's daughter, Mona Ramsey, was a 20-something woman in Tales of the City
, which takes place in 1976 (ten years after the events of this episode). Yet, the Mona that Anna calls, would more likely still be in high school, in 1976. See more