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LOGO airs doc about
Dolly s Dallas boys
DANIEL A. KUSNER/Dallaa Voice
GOT DOLLY? Patric Parkey, left, and Hartell Gabehart show off a framed Dollywood
sweatshirt and one of Gabehart's handcrafted porcelain Parton dolls.
Local gay couple Hauell
Gabehart and Patric Parkey
might be Dolly Parton's
biggest fans. In the documen-
tary "For the Love of Dolly/'
which airs Saturday on
LOGO, Gabehart and Parkey
open the doors of their North
Texas home — make that
North Texas shrine. A shrine
to the Queen of Tennessee.
The documentary contains
some footage of Parton (and a
great gaydar-bouncing clip of
her longtime friend, Judy
Ogle), but this is a movie
about those who worship the
diva. And with a jaw-dropping
collection of items purchased
at auction, Gabehart and
Parkey could open a Dolly
Parton museum: Their house
is stuffed with shoes, boots,
gowns, photos galore, a pin-
ball machine, a banjo — and
most importantly, porcelain
Dolly dolls that Harrell metic-
ulously crafts by hand.
Sure all that memorabilia
is fine. But Parton is a cultural
phenomenon. And the movie
is more about how her music
and image have affected the
lives of those who follow her
career. Catch it on TV before
it comes out on DVD.
March 17 at 8 p.m. on
SWEATING IT OUT —AGAIN
Looking healthy doesn't mean acting
healthy. That's for damn sure. Or maybe it's
just neurotic reality stars in Los Angeles.
The second season of "Work Out" kicks off
on Tuesday, and our lesbian fitness entrepre-
neur Jackie Warner, pictured, gives us more
ball-busting drama. Her toxic relationship with
mean-as-hell girlfriend Mimi is about to snap in
half — especially after that drink-in-your-face
cliffhanger from last season. And then there's
her super-sexy staff of Sky Sport and Spa train-
ers and all their vainglorious shenanigans.
Like all reality programs, "Work Out"
rewards bad behavior and showcases phony
freaks. But it's also very in-your-face gay.
Jackie's mom hates that her daughter is
gay. People flip sexual identities like light
switches (probably for more on-camera securi-
ty). And this is the last glimpse of gay hunky-
trainer Doug Blasdell, who recently died of
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