Gay Army is a Danish  comedy reality television series. It centers around nine effeminate gay men put into the hands of a drill sergeant who puts them through military training exercises. The series was first broadcast in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. The series has also been sold to Italy, Germany, Canada, Switzerland and Poland, although protests led to the show being cancelled in Poland before it aired. In each episode the gay recruits face new training missions featuring stereotypically masculine tasks to prepare them for a mock military operation. Contestants are treated to nights of partying and other rewards if the missions are accomplished.
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By Tamar Lapin. August 23, am Updated January 22, am. A Michigan man convicted of killing a man who expressed romantic interest in him on a TV show has been freed. Jonathan Schmitz, 47, spent 23 years in prison for the murder and was let out on parole Tuesday, CBS Detroit reported. Three days later, after drinking heavily, Schmitz bought a gauge shotgun and fatally shot Amedure at his mobile home in Lake Orion. Schmitz, who was found guilty of second-degree murder and sentenced to 25 to 50 years, was granted parole at a March hearing.
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Rufus Gifford, the U. Gifford, the ambassador to Denmark, is a former Obama fundraiser and political appointee, who took the idea of transparency in government to a place no man has gone before. He let Danish TV cameras in to film his work and his life. But apart from a character, a show needs a plot. The two decided what they needed -- and maybe what the show needed -- was a good, new-fashioned wedding.