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BWW Exclusive: Sneak Peek - Michael Urie & Panel Talk 'First Wives Club' on Logo's COCKTAILS & CLASSICS

Below, BWW exclusively shares clips from this week's episode of COCKTAILS & CLASSICS on Logo, featuring the classic hit First Wives Club. In the clips, Michael Urie and his panel break down why First Wives Club never got a sequel - and it's not because the actresses didn't dominate the box office!

The all-new episode of Cocktails & Classics airs on Logo this Sunday, July 10, at 8/7c.

About the show: Throughout the summer, Logo offers up a crash course in film history and a closer look at the movies everyone loves to quote over and over again. Host Michael Urie screens the full movies and shares casting hits and misses, tantalizing trivia and good-old-fashioned dish that make these movies so revered by cinephiles and camp enthusiasts alike.

This season, Urie will chat with Dolly Parton on her behind-the-scenes stories about the iconic "9 to 5" and Mel B. will offer up her take on "Spice World." The summer screening schedule will have Urie sipping cocktails with pop culture experts including Michael Musto, Drew Droege, DJ Pierce, Jujubee, Jessica Shaw and Noah Michelson as they watch "9 to 5," "Rebel Without A Cause," "Working Girl," "Spice World," "The First Wives Club," Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" and "Grey Gardens."

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