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Follows Rufus Gifford, the U.S. ambassador to Denmark and an advocate for LGBT rights, in his personal and professional life.
The embassy hosts a barbecue for the ambassador's birthday, and Rufus and Stephen throw a party. Rufus and the Danish defense minister talk terrorism.
Rufus takes classes in the Danish language, baby-sits his three visiting nieces and prepares for the upcoming LGBT Pride Parade in Copenhagen.
Rufus hosts a reception for a U.S. governor and attends a military conference before speaking to students and preparing to run a half-marathon.
Rufus visits his childhood home with Stephen while back in the U.S. for his parents' wedding anniversary and an emotional reunion with family.
After a reception in Washington, D.C., Rufus returns to Denmark, where he comments on the midterms, visits a kids' sports group and meets Mitt Romney.
Rufus goes from a training session with the elite Danish Frogman Corps to hosting a kids' Halloween party, then honors fallen soldiers on Flag Day.
As elections approach in Denmark, Rufus attends a unique event and visits the different political parties, while planning his wedding to Stephen.
Busy schedules make grieving a death in the family difficult, even as Rufus and Stephen celebrate the legalization of gay marriage in the U.S.
Rufus visits Greenland to educate himself on climate change, then debates Danes at town hall meetings and attends a speech by the prime minister.
It's a rush of activity as Rufus's and Stephen's families arrive in Denmark for their wedding at City Hall, presided over by Copenhagen's mayor.
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