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Barneys window dresser Simon Doonan has turned his zany childhood memories into a sitcom. Some background: Doonan wrote a memoir about growing up in suburban Reading, England, named Beautiful People, which was adapted for television. The BBC began showing episodes of the series, produced by Jon Plowman of Ab-Fab, in October. Thankfully, Beautiful People was picked up by stateside network Logo, which will air the first episode this evening at 10:30pm EST. Logo's got a few preview clips up on their site (sadly, not embeddable). In one, a young Doonan dons his mother's dress; in another, Doonan and his friend Kyle (who goes by Kylie, after the pop star) critique the outfits of Reading locals. Fans of camp and British humor, rejoice.
· Beautiful People [Logo]