And the results of the paternity test show that Dixie's father is...
Rick and Kirsten take Dixie to the doctor, where Rick admits that Steve could be Dixie's father.
Steve goes to a black gay bar to prove he's not racist.
Chuck pays for the whole gang to go to Pride weekend in San Francisco, where they are chased by a queer mob.
Dana is convinced that Kirsten isn't attracted to her baby fat.
Rick and Steve's mothers both show up for Mother's Day, and it's a case of hate at first sight.
Rick, Steve, Dana, and Kirsten run out of gas on the way back from the hospital.
As Dana struggles through a days-long labor and the never-ending bickering of her parents, Rick learns some secrets about Steve's past and Evan becomes an internet sensation.
The only way to pay for Dixie's doctor bills is for Dana and Steve to have a sham marriage, but Steve's mother is determined to turn it into the real thing. When Evan's mother faces deportation, Chuck considers a sham marriage of his own.
Rick and Kirsten take Dixie to the doctor, where Rick admits that Steve could be Dixie's father. To find out the truth they must trick Steve into donating sperm for a paternity test.
Rick resorts to extreme measures with the help of a TV celebrity and an herbal supplement.
The gang decides to bond by vacationing on a gay cruise.
Condie's (voiced by Margaret Cho) boyfriend comes out of the closet and dumps her, leading to another failed suicide attempt.
Steve's conservative parents drop by for a surprise visit while Kirsten and Dana's discover which of them will mother their unborn child.
Kirsten and Dana babysit for another lesbian couple only to discover the horror of the baby's first word.
Rick and Steve's lesbian friends ask Rick to father their child.
CoCo, the voice of Mother Morally Superior, appreciates Rick & Steve's complete wrongness.
The voice of Joanna, Steve's mother, explains her character really isn't that over-the-top.
Margaret is not a fag hag, she's the fag hag -- so Margaret has quite a few things in common with her character, Condie.
The voice of Steve looks back fondly on Dana's "jizz moment" -- and says working with Q. Allan Brocka is like having a hand up his butt!
Oh my, it's the voices behind Steve and ...not Rick: Peter Paige and Wilson Cruz! And the pair has some wonderful news to impart on the future of your favorite gay, plastic couple...
The former Queer as Folk star takes on the role of West Lahunga's boisterous Mayor Mayor.
See how the crew synchs up the voices with doll mouths.
Q. Allan shows off the mini-sets and explains the complicated animation process.
Jessica says playing Kirsten is a sweet gig -- and explains why Kirsten and Dana's sex life is quite realistic.
The blogging queen says he loves his job -- because he gets to play a plastic version of himself on T.V.
Playing himself in plastic form, Trent appreciates the fact that Rick & Steve's world is totally cute, but really subversive.
Taylor says Dana's mullet and wife-beater help her get into character -- although she's not ready for a turkey baster any time soon!
As the only hetero in the studio, the voice of Rick misses a few jokes -- but never a Dungeons & Dragons reference!
See what goes into making the not-so-tiny figures.
As the oldest living homosexual on the show, Bruce says playing a cartoon isn't much of a stretch.
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