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Justin Taylor (Character)
from "Queer as Folk" (2000)

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"Queer as Folk: Premiere (#1.1)" (2000)
Brian: How old are you really?
Justin: Twenty... nineteen... eighteen...
Brian: Well, what is this, a missile launch?
Justin: Seventeen.

Michael Novotny: [voice over narration] And that's when it happened. When he came along.
Brian: How's it going? Had a busy night?
Justin: Just eh... Checking out the bars, you know. Boy Toy, Meat Hook.
Brian: The Meat Hook? Really? So you're into leather?
Justin: [hesitating] ...Sure.
Brian: Where're you headed?
Justin: No place special.
Brian: I can change that.
[both of them got into the jeep.]
Emmett Honeycutt: Hey! Hey, what about us?
Brian: You can ride with Ted.
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: Thanks a lot!
Michael Novotny: Asshole!

Brian: Coming in?
Justin: Huh? Oh, yeah.
Brian: Shut the door.
Justin: [Justin hesitates, then shuts the door.] This is a... really nice place. I like your kitchen.
Brian: Do you like Special K?
Justin: It's okay. I like Cheerios better.
Brian: I don't mean the kind you eat with bananas. My disco pharmacologist cooks this up for me.
Justin: I'm really allergic to a lot of drugs. The doctor gave me penicillin once. Nearly killed me. And Tylenol.
Brian: Tylenol? No one's allergic to Tylenol. Tylenol's what they give you when you're allergic to everything else.

Brian: So what do you like to do?
Justin: Do? I don't know. Watch T.V., play "Tomb Raider".
Brian: [laughing] I meant in bed.
Justin: Oh.
[smiles at Brian]
Justin: This is fine.
Brian: Are you a top or a bottom?
Justin: [hesitantly] ...Top... And bottom.
Brian: Oh, you're versatile then.
Justin: And ambidextrous, which was really confusing at first cause I can never figure out which hand to throw with.
Brian: [nodding] Do you like to rim?
Justin: Sure. I love it.
Brian: Great. Go to it.
[Justin looks confused, non-responsive]
Brian: Well?
Justin: Um... What exactly do you mean?

Brian: [Justin reaches orgasm while Brian is on the phone with Melanie.] Jesus Christ! I told you not to!
Justin: I tried! I'm sorry. I tried!
Brian: All over my new duvet!
Justin: I tried.
Brian: [wiping the bed] Thank you very much.
Justin: It'll wash out, won't it? I mean, you should see my sheets at home.

Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: We've been thinking of names. Mel wants to call him Abraham after her grandfather, but I like Gus.
[Brian looks at his son, then over to Justin.]
Brian: What do you think?
Justin: You wouldn't survive a day in school being named Abraham, but I guess Gus is okay.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: Thank you very much, and who the hell are you?
Brian: His name's... Juh...
Michael Novotny: Justin.
Brian: You were on the phone when he shot his load all over me.
Lesbians In The Room: Ugh...
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Oh, Brian!
Brian: He can't help it. He's only seventeen.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: So you and Lindsay each had an infant tonight.
Brian: But mine doesn't suck on my tits, unless I want him to.
[looking back at Gus]
Brian: Gus! It's a good butch name. Come on Gus; give your daddy a smile.

Justin: [Brian and Justin are about to have anal intercourse.] Wait. In school we had this lecture, about safe sex.
Brian: And now we're going to have a demonstration.
[Brian grabs a condom from beside the bed, rips it open with is teeth, and while handing it to Justin.]
Brian: Put it on me. Go on slip it on my dick.

Brian: [Brian stretches his hand over to the other side of the bed to stop the alarm, wakes up, and realizes that Justin is in his bed.] What the fuck are you doing here?
Justin: You said I could stay.
Brian: Right. Your parents. They think you're at a friend's.
[rising to sit on the bed, noticing the mess in the loft]
Brian: Jesus Christ! What the hell happened?
[Justin laughs.]
Brian: Don't tell me. I was doing handstands.
Justin: And juggling. You're not very good.
Brian: Shit! Why do I do these things?
[Justin tries to answer.]
Brian: I'll tell you why. Was that fucking pig Anita. She told me that was E. That wasn't E, that was some shit they cooked up in a bathtub in Tijuana.
Justin: That's why you should never take drugs that aren't prescribed by a physician or recommended by a reliable pharmacist.
Brian: [laughing] What are you, a public service announcement?

Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: [on answering machine tape] Where the hell are you? I've been trying your cell. It's turned off. If you're there, pick up. Brian. Listen, Lindsay's water broke. She's having contractions. We're at the hospital.
Brian: [quick-pan to Brian as he stands bolt-upright.] Fuck! I have a baby.
Justin: [in the bathroom] Ouch!
Brian: Two babies.

Justin: [talking about Lindsay] Did you actually fuck her?
Brian: Who?
Justin: Lindsay.
Brian: You're awfully rude.
Justin: Well, did you?
Brian: I jerked off into a cup, and they squirted it up her.
Justin: Gross. She must have really wanted a kid.
Brian: Most women do.
Justin: Even lesbians?
Brian: Lesbians are women... Sort of.

Brian: [surprised by the graffiti on his jeep] Oh, that's beautiful, Mikey. Just beautiful.
Michael Novotny: It's not my fault! I've told you about those two psychopaths down the street.
Brian: What? A couple of twelve-year-olds?
Michael Novotny: They start early these days!
[looking at Justin]
Michael Novotny: What are you laughing at?
Justin: Nothing... You. You sound like my parents fighting.

Daphne Chanders: Where have you been? Your mom called. I didn't know what to tell her. I said you were still asleep.
Justin: I just saw the face of God.
Daphne Chanders: Huh?
Justin: His name is Brian Kinney.

Justin: Guess what I was doing last night?
Daphne: Sleeping? Same as me?
Justin: Having sex. All night. With that guy I met, Brian Kinney. We did it till six in the morning.
Justin: Well? Aren't you shocked?
Daphne: Not Really.
Justin: [disappointed] Oh.
Daphne: Well, I kinda figured that you were... you know... Even though you never told me.
Justin: I'm telling you now!
Daphne: Want some of my veggie wrap?
[Justin takes the food, eating it]
Daphne: So, what was it like?
Justin: Well, I started out as a tight end, but wound up a wide receiver.

Justin: There I was, on my back, and there he was on top of me, slipping it in.
Daphne: That must have hurt. Didn't it hurt?
Justin: At first it felt like someone was shoving a broom up there. But, I told him to go slower and he did. Then I stopped thinking about it when I looked at his face. His eyes were closed, his mouth was open, in a sort of smile. Like he was in another place. A beautiful place. That place was me. And his body... God! Like his body was so amazing! I could see every muscle. He said he wanted to stay inside of me forever, and I wanted him to. I still feel him, like he's still there. Christ! Daphne, everybody talks about having sex. But I really did it!

Justin: [to his little sister Molly] Would you get the fuck away!
Molly Taylor: [to their Mother] He said fuck.
Justin: I'll say a lot worse if you don't leave me alone.

Jennifer Taylor: Of all the beautiful clothes your father and I bought for you, you have to pick something that no longer fits. That is too tight.
Justin: That's why!

Justin: Hi!
Brian Kinney: Oh shit! Just what I need. What's his name?
Michael Novotny: Justin! His name's Justin. If I can remember, and I didn't even fuck him, why can't you?
Brian Kinney: Because I did?
[Brian approaches Justin, standing beside him.]
Brian Kinney: So, Dawson, how are things down at the creek?

Emmett Honeycutt: You know, for a skinny white boy, I make one fucking fabulous black woman.
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: How bout another round on me?
Brian Kinney: I got a better idea. Lets move on.
Michael Novotny: What's wrong with here?
Brian Kinney: I've had everyone here.
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: My problem precisely.
Michael Novotny: You haven't had me.
Brian Kinney: [smiles] Oh, yeah?
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: What? You never told us.
Michael Novotny: There is nothing to tell.
Brian Kinney: We were up in his room. We were fourteen, fifteen tops. We were supposed to be studying, whatever. Only, we're not. We're looking at this trashy photo mag his mom swiped from the beauty parlor. Anyway, there's this shot of Patrick Swayze from "Dirty Dancing"... without his shirt on. So, I've got this hard-on just from looking at it, and I glance over at Mikey and guess what? He's got one, too.
Michael Novotny: Okay, you can stop now.
Brian Kinney: [laughs] Twin stiffies. I reach over, start rubbing it. He's practically swooning.
[drops voice]
Brian Kinney: I pop it out, start stroking it, nice and slow. We're both this close. Then... his mom walks in without knocking.
Justin: They always do. Did she see you?
Brian Kinney: I don't see how she could have missed it.
Michael Novotny: Only we didn't come, so it doesn't count.

Justin: "Dirty Dancing". That's a really old movie.
Brian Kinney: What?
Justin: I said that's a really old movie.
Brian Kinney: It's not that old.
Justin: How old are you?
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: Ugh-oh.
Brian Kinney: How old do you think I am?
Justin: Thirty-three?
[Everyone laughs.]
Brian Kinney: Fuck you.
Michael Novotny: He's twenty-nine.
Brian Kinney: And fuck you too! What did you tell him for?
Michael Novotny: Fair's fair.
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: And we all know what that means. In a few months, he'll be thirty. Might as well be dead?
Brian Kinney: Well, you ought to know. You already are.

Michael Novotny: Can we order?
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Shoot! I bet that'll be the first time tonight, am I right?
Michael Novotny: Ha-ha... I'll have the chicken-fried steak. No remarks. And he'll have a bacon cheeseburger.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Please?
Michael Novotny: Please.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: [to Justin] Gotta keep your strength up sunshine. You can't cruise all night on an empty stomach
[walking away]
Justin: What a freak!
Michael Novotny: Yeah, she takes some getting used to. But once you do, you can't help but love her.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: One chicken-fried steak with no remarks, coming up in a flash.
Michael Novotny: Thanks, Mom.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: You're welcome, baby.

[last lines]
Brian Kinney: Look, I don't believe in love. I believe in fucking. It's honest, it's efficient. You get in and out with a maximum of pleasure, and a minimum of bullshit. Love is something that straight people tell themselves they're in, so they can get laid. Then they end up hurting each other, because it was all based on lies to begin with. If that's what you want, then go and find yourself a pretty little girl... and get married.
Justin: That's not what I want. I want you.
Brian Kinney: You can't have me. I'm too old... You're too young for me. You're seventeen, I'm twenty-eight.
Justin: You're twenty-nine.
Brian Kinney: Alright, twenty-nine. All the more reason. Now go do your homework.

Michael Novotny: Yeah, well, the thing you gotta know about Brian is... he's not your boyfriend. Brian doesn't do boyfriends.
Justin: Yeah, well... You weren't there when we were doing it. You don't know the things we did. How he kissed me. You don't know anything.
Michael Novotny: I know this: Brian is a selfish prick who doesn't care about anyone but himself. If I were you I'd just forget about him.

Mr. Goodfuk: I don't mind a threesome. Although he's kind of young.
Brian: He's also kind of leaving.
Justin: Who's he?
Brian: Forgive me for not introducing you. Justin, this is Mr. Goodfuk. Mr. Goodfuk, may I present Justin.
Mr. Goodfuk: Name is George.
Brian: Sorry. George... Goodfuk.
Justin: You don't even know him.
Brian: Well, I was hoping to get to. Now why don't you just scamper on home.
[Justin leaves]
Brian: He's my stalker.
Mr. Goodfuk: That wasn't very kind. What, sending him off, a kid that age, by himself at this time of night.
Brian: Who are you, Father Goodfuk?

"Queer as Folk: The Art of Desperation (#1.6)" (2001)
Justin Taylor: Does your Mom know you're out, buying jewelry?
Daphne Chanders: No. She's totally cool with everything, only she's pretending to be because she's scared I'll run away and become a hairdresser.
Justin Taylor: I hate you. My Mom's such a bitch and I haven't even given her a reason yet.

Justin Taylor: [Justin sees Melanie and Lindsay from across the street. To Daphne] Look! That's them. Brian's lesbians.
[crossing the street]
Justin Taylor: Hey. Hey! How's it going?
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: I'm sorry, do we know you?
Justin Taylor: I'm Justin. Brian's friend. I was there the night Gus was born. I named him.
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Yeah...
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: Oh, right! So when Gus ends up pumping gas, we'll have you to thank.
[Lindsay laughs.]
Justin Taylor: This is Daphne.
Daphne Chanders: Hi. I'm not lesbian, but I, I... I'm a big fan.
[Lindsay and Melanie don't know what to say.]
Justin Taylor: He's gotten so big already.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: Oh, well, you would too if all you did was sleep and eat all day.
Daphne Chanders: He does.
Justin Taylor: He's like the cutest baby I've ever seen. If you ever need a babysitter...
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Don't say that unless you mean it.
Justin Taylor: And if you need any help carrying stuff to the car, I'll be glad to be of...
[Lindsay immediately hands the bags over to Justin.]
Justin Taylor: [slowly] ...assistance.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: Wow, you're good for a thousand and one uses.
Daphne Chanders: I'll see you later.
Justin Taylor: I don't know.

Brian: [Brian knocks on the door. Melanie opens it, and a doll greets her.] I got something for Gus.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: [laughing] That's so sweet. We'll call Michael later to thank him.
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: How long have you been drawing?
Justin Taylor: My Mom brought me crayons when I was still in the crib. I never stopped.
Brian: What's he doing here?
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: We ran into each other on the street.
Justin Taylor: It was like this weird coincidence.
Brian: I bet.
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: [looking at Justin's drawings] You know, these are good!
Justin Taylor: That's what my Mother says.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: Lindsay's an art teacher.
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: For someone your age, you have an amazing feel for the human form.
Brian: I've noticed that myself.
[throws a teddy bear at Justin]

Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: You know, there's going to be an art show at G.L.C.
Justin Taylor: What's that?
Brian: The Gay and Lesbian Center.
[Justin frowns.]
Brian: Safe haven for fags who can't get laid.

Brian: Good. Give him some activity so he'll stop stalking me.
[throws the bear at him again]
Justin Taylor: Don't flatter yourself.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: [laughs] Oh, we like Justin. Justin can stay.
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: We'll make sure everyone comes.
[to Brian]
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: including you.
Brian: Bitch.

Justin Taylor: [Justin and Daphne are at the Gay and Lesbian center. Girl hanging artwork starts talking to them] You can tell I'm gay?
Jan: Well, you're here, aren't you?
[to Daphne]
Jan: I'm heading on down to the diner to get a soda. You wanna come?
Daphne Chanders: [looks at Justin] Sure.
Justin Taylor: W-w-what are you doing? She thinks you're a lesbian.
Daphne Chanders: Well, can't I be one of the cool people too?
Justin Taylor: You're a freak.

Justin Taylor: Do you think Brian's gonna come?
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: [pausing] Don't expect too much from him, okay?
Justin Taylor: What's too much?
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Anything at all. You'll have lots of relationships, Justin, with lots of interesting people. I know you don't believe that right now, but you will.
Justin Taylor: I just want him to see his picture framed, that's all.

Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Everyone loves your drawings!
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: Yeah, check out the food?
Justin Taylor: I'm not hungry.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: Okay, how about the cute guys? There are some right over there just about your age.
[Justin looks over to the entrance, and he sees the love of his life.]
Justin Taylor: [smiles] He's here.
Melanie 'Mel' Marcus: [sarcastically] Hmmm... Yippee.

Brian: [to Justin and Daphne] Oh, look, it's the cast of "Zoom".
Daphne Chanders: We're celebrating. Justin sold some of his art today.
Justin Taylor: The one of you... naked.
Michael: Who'd buy that?
Emmett Honeycutt: Probably some desperate queen who's always pined for you.
Brian: Oh, Ted, how thoughtful.

"Queer as Folk: Smells Like Codependence (#1.7)" (2001)
Craig Taylor: [to Jennifer] We're sending him away to school.
[to Justin]
Craig Taylor: It's time you learn some discipline, how to be a man.
Justin: I know all about discipline. And you should see me take it like a man.
[Craig slaps him on the face.]
Jennifer Taylor: Craig!
Justin: [after being slapped by his father] It's all right, Mom! It didn't hurt.
[to his father]
Justin: If you wanna hit me, go right ahead. Only I'm not gonna cry like some little faggot. And if you wanna send me away to school that's all right too. Because I bet more butt-fucking goes on in boarding school than in the backroom of Babylon. But whatever you do, it's not gonna matter. Because I'll still be your queer son.

[first lines]
Daphne Chanders: [as a heavily tattooed man walks past] Did you see that?
Justin: Kind of hard to miss.
Daphne Chanders: It's so gross.
Justin: I think it's cool.

Justin: Guess what I got today.
Brian Kinney: A new bell for your bicycle?
Justin: A nipple ring...
[showing Brian the ring]
Brian Kinney: Every piece of trash has something stuck through their ear, and their nose, or their belly button, their cock. What makes you think I'm even remotely interested that you have a ring through your tit?

Brian Kinney: [to Michael] Don't forget about this Friday.
Justin: What's this Friday?
Brian Kinney: You're too young to know.
Justin: Tell me!
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: It's just some heathen ritual called "Studs and Suds".
Justin: "Studs and Suds"? What's that?
[Brian looks over to Michael, and Michael shakes his head.]
Emmett Honeycutt: Well,
[clears throat]
Emmett Honeycutt: first, they flood the dance floor of Babylon with soap suds...
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: ...then everyone strips down to their undies...
Emmett Honeycutt: ...Or less. And dances. Cheek to cheek...
[bumps Ted with his butt]
Justin: Sounds awesome!
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: It's disgusting!
Emmett Honeycutt: See you there?
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: Can't wait!

Justin: You said you wouldn't tell! You promised!
Jennifer Taylor: Justin, I had no choice. I had to tell Daddy.
Justin: You lied to me. You said you wouldn't.
Jennifer Taylor: It was for your own good. When I saw you with this... Brian...
Justin: You keep calling him "this Brian", like that's his name. It's just "Brian".
Jennifer Taylor: [pausing] When I saw you with... Brian..., his arms around you, kissing you, I couldn't believe it! Not for the reason you think. It's not right for a man his age to be touching you! To be having sex with you. And..., even though you may think you... love him..., I'm sure he doesn't love you.
Justin: That's not true.
Craig Taylor: He's an adult! It's illegal for an adult to have sex with a minor.
Jennifer Taylor: Honey, it's not your fault. We don't blame you. We understand this man... enticed you...
Justin: He didn't entice me; I wanted him!
Craig Taylor: Justin... God! You're... you're too young to know what you want...
Jennifer Taylor: Craig, please. You promised you'd stay calm.
Craig Taylor: I... I am calm. And what about A.I.D.S.?
Justin: He wore a condom. I put it onto him myself.
Craig Taylor: Oh! God! I'm calling the police.
Jennifer Taylor: You're not calling anybody. That's all we need, for everybody to know.
Craig Taylor: Wait, you want this monster, this... child molester to go free?
Justin: He didn't molest me and I'm not a child.
[looking at Jennifer]
Justin: I love him... more than anything else in my life. It's all I want - is to be with him.
Craig Taylor: I... don't ever want to hear you say that again. And you are not to see him.
Justin: I'm going to see him. I don't care what you say.
Craig Taylor: I don't think so.
[Justin just walks away from his parents.]
Craig Taylor: No, you're not, Justin. Hey, Justin!

Justin: [talking about Brian getting in an accident] Oh my god. It was my dad. I know it. When I saw his car, it was totally smashed!
Melanie: Now why would your father want to do something like that?
Justin: Because my Mom told him everything. He wants to have you arrested and send me away.
Brian Kinney: Don't be a drama princess.

"Queer as Folk: Babylon Boomerang (#1.8)" (2001)
Justin Taylor: So my dad was kicking him and beating him. Then I jumped on his back and pulled him off and then I started punching him.
Emmett Honeycutt: And don't forget how you single-handedly fought off the attack dogs.

Justin Taylor: It's not his fault. I'm not a child. I'm turning eighteen soon. That means I can vote, and get married, and join the army.
Emmett Honeycutt: Hopefully, not on the same day.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Maybe so. But as far as your parents are concerned, you're still their sweet, innocent, little boy. They're not ready to think of you sucking cock and taking it up the ass.
Michael Novotny: Ma, do you have to be so graphic?
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Michael, I'm making a point. Would you please note interrupt when I'm talking. So, what was I talking about?
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: Something about...
Michael Novotny: Sucking cock...
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: And taking it up the ass.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Right.

Justin Taylor: Bed rest is an important part of every recovery.
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: Thank you, Doogie Howser.

Brian: How do I look?
Justin Taylor: Great... You always look great.

Brian: What are you doing?
Justin Taylor: Huh?
Brian: What are you doing!
Justin Taylor: Uh, listening to Moby. It's really hot. So... What's up?
Brian: What's up is that you left my door unlocked. What's up is this is not a hotel room, and you are not on your "Blonde Ambition Tour". What's up is that your Mother paid me a little visit today. Finally, what's up is you're gonna take off my shirt and clean up your shit.

[last lines]
Brian: So... What's for dinner?
Justin Taylor: Jambalaya. From last night.
Brian: It's not bad.
Justin Taylor: It's always better the second day.

"Queer as Folk: Now Approaching... The Line (#1.5)" (2000)
Therapist: Justin, do you have anything to say?
[female psychiatrist & Jen are looking at Justin. He's staring at the table, looks up and smiles.]
Justin Taylor: I like dick. I wanna get fucked by dick. I wanna suck dick. I like sucking dick. And I'm good at it too.
Therapist: Well, that's a start.

Justin Taylor: Take your shirt off, you get a free drink.
Brian Kinney: I don't show my tits for a watered-down Bud.
Justin Taylor: Get me a beer.
Brian Kinney: Get your own.
Justin Taylor: I'm too young.
Brian Kinney: Well, that's your problem.

Nasty Trick: Oh man, I'm so horny. I want you to fuck me for hours, and I'm a top.
Brian Kinney: Yeah, that's what all the biggest bottoms say.
[Justin walks into Brian's loft when Brian's ready to do it with the trick.]
Brian Kinney: Oh, fuck!
Nasty Trick: Jesus, who's this?
Brian Kinney: That's the president of my fan club.
[to Justin]
Brian Kinney: What do you want?
Justin Taylor: My Mom's out of control. Now she's following me.
Brian Kinney: That must be an inherited trait.
Justin Taylor: I'm not going home.
Brian Kinney: Well you're not staying here.
Justin Taylor: There's nowhere else I can go. You want me to sleep on the street? I could get killed.
Nasty Trick: Why don't you get lost, you little asshole?
[pushing Justin out]
Nasty Trick: I was here first.
Brian Kinney: Better yet, why don't you...
[pushing the guy out]
Brian Kinney: ...Beat it!
Nasty Trick: Fuck you!
Brian Kinney: Yeah. You're the bottom... remember?
Justin Taylor: Thanks.

Jennifer Taylor: [Jennifer is driving slowly, looking for Justin near his school.] Justin.
[Justin walks away, ignoring her.]
Jennifer Taylor: Honey, please. I thought you might like... to come with me.
Justin Taylor: Where? To see another shrink?
Jennifer Taylor: It's a surprise.
Justin Taylor: I'm not interested.
[Jennifer stops the car, opens the door, and goes after Justin.]
Jennifer Taylor: You stop right there!
[Justin still ignores his mother.]
Jennifer Taylor: Stop running from me because I'm not running from you! I'm still your mother and you're still my son, and I still love you!

"Queer as Folk: Ted's Not Dead (#1.4)" (2000)
Justin Taylor: Yearning is when you want something really badly. Like, so bad it hurts.
Mr. Horner: Exactly. It needs to hurt to be worthy of the word. Otherwise, it's just wanting. It's represented in the Gatsby by "the green light across the water" - you can see it, but you can't touch it.

Justin Taylor: [Justin is ringing the bell at Brian's building, only there's no answer.] Shit! Fuck!
Justin Taylor: Brian! Brian!
Brian's Neighbor: Shut up!
Daphne Chanders: Justin, I gotta go home.
Justin Taylor: But, I... I have to find him.
Daphne Chanders: Well, what about the crazy lady?
Justin Taylor: What crazy lady?
Daphne Chanders: You know, the weird one. From the diner.
Justin Taylor: You mean Debbie?

Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: I've always said it isn't who you love; it's how you love. Genitalia is simply God's way of accessorizing.
Michael Novotny: [to Debbie] This is not about you and the Gay Mother of the Year award. This is about Brian's one-night stand.
Justin Taylor: Not just one.
Michael Novotny: Don't bet on it. And who here even cares?
Vic Grassi: I do.
Justin Taylor: My dad threatened to disown me. He called me a big queer.
Vic Grassi: He didn't hit you, did he?
Michael Novotny: Oh, come on, Uncle Vic. You're not gonna listen to this shit?
Justin Taylor: That's why I have to see Brian. He'll let me stay with him.
Michael Novotny: I don't think so.
Justin Taylor: Well, then... I'll go to New York. I'll become a hustler, and I'll sell my body to gross old homos.
Vic Grassi: I'll give you twenty bucks.
[Debbie hits Vic on his head.]
Vic Grassi: Save him the train fare!
Justin Taylor: I'm gonna throw up. I gotta vomit.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Upstairs' bathroom. The one for guests and drama queens.
[Justin runs upstairs, while Vic and Michael laugh.]
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: It's not a joke, you know. Gay teens have a very high suicide rate.
Michael Novotny: Unfortunately, not this one.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: I'm calling his mother.
Michael Novotny: It's not our business.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: He may be telling the truth. And even if he isn't, she's gonna be worried.
Vic Grassi: She's not worried. Now she knows: It's not drugs. It's not booze. He didn't buy an automatic weapon to take down to the Spanish club... It's just cock!

Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: I'm calling your mother. I'm taking you home.
Justin Taylor: I'm not going.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: You get my tits in a knot, sunshine, and you're gonna be in deep shit! Excuse me.
Vic Grassi: [Debbie walks away from the dining table. Justin sits down across from Vic.] What are you studying in school?
Justin Taylor: Huh?
Vic Grassi: It's called conversation.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Ready?
Michael Novotny: I need to talk to Brian. I'll be there in a second.
[the others leave]
Michael Novotny: Do you have anything to say?
Brian Kinney: ... No.
Michael Novotny: Well, I do. You can fuck him at your place, you can fuck him in his gym class, you can fuck him at the zoo, but you cannot fuck him in my mother's house. In my room!
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: We're waiting.
Michael Novotny: Okay, I'm gonna go do this little job, then I'm gonna go see Ted at the hospital. You do whatever the fuck you want!

"Queer as Folk: No Bris, No Shirt, No Service (#1.3)" (2000)
Daphne Chanders: Oh, my God. Look at that! Is that a girl, or a boy?
Justin Taylor: Don't point! No matter what you see. Guys kissing guys, girls kissing girls...
Daphne Chanders: Well, what if I see a guy and a girl kissing huh? That'd be something different down here.

Michael: [Justin and Daphne walk into Woody's.] Double shit!
Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt: What now?
Michael: It's him, our teen stalker! Christ, why won't be just go away?
Justin Taylor: [to Debbie] Remember me?
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Turn around. I never forget a butt, especially a cute one.

Justin Taylor: You know, I'm actually looking for a friend of Michael's. His name is Brian.
Vic Grassi: I could have guessed that.
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: Honey, everybody's looking for Brian.
Justin Taylor: Have you seen him?
[Deb points to Brian]
Daphne Chanders: That's Brian? God, he's so old! And skinny. You can do way better than that.
Justin Taylor: Would you shut up?
Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny: [Deb and Vic are watching Brian, who has his eyes on a trick over at the bar.] Five bucks he nails him before midnight.
Vic Grassi: You're on.

"Queer as Folk: Big Fucking Mouth (#3.9)" (2003)
Justin: You were right. Brian showed me he loved me. Every day. Even though he never said it. Even though he never will. I just didn't want to hear it.
Michael: Well it's always nice to be right.

Trick: Who's He?
Brian Kinney: That's a difficult question to answer given the limitations of the language, conventionality of most people's thinking... Ummm... Let's just say he's the guy I fuck more than once.
Justin: Unlike you.

Justin: Even if we do get arrested.
Brian Kinney: Uh, well... what kind of artist are you if you don't?

"Queer as Folk: The Election (#3.14)" (2003)
Justin: Jesus Christ Brian... now you don't even have a car.

Justin: [after finding out that Brian spent all his money in a campaign against Stockwell] I can't believe you did this! It's so...
Brian: Noble?
Justin: Out of character!

Justin: Thanks to rage, the streets of gayopolis are once again safe for perverts.

"Queer as Folk: Hunt(Er) for Love (#3.8)" (2003)
Justin: And you're so smart? If you had any fucking brains at all you never would have let me leave. You would have told me I was making the biggest mistake of my life, that I would regret it as long as I live. You would have told me that what you gave me was a thousand...a million times better than anything he had to offer. You would have told me you loved me.

Brian: [after Justin's been fired] You wanted to see me?
Justin: [not only talking about the job] I gave it some thought and I decided you should take me back.
Brian: Oh?
Justin: Even though I've made a few mistakes, I think you'd be making an even bigger one not to give me a second chance.
Brian: I see.
Justin: 'Cause now I understand what you want it is you want of me...and I know what I can expect from you.
Brian: You also understand that you'll be required to work long...hard hours...sometimes deep into the night?
Justin: It'll be a pleasure to work under you...sir.
Brian: ...And you're *never* to play violin music in my presence again.
Justin: I promise.

Brian: What happened to the love that was going to last for an eternity?
Justin: Eternities aren't as long as they used to be.

"Queer as Folk: Stop Hurting Us (#3.7)" (2003)
Justin: [after finding out about Ethan cheating on him... ripping up the roses from their date] I wanna be with someone who only wants to be with me... someone I can be with forever. Crock of shit.
Ethan: I meant it.
Justin: Yeah, I'm sure you did the second you were saying it.
Ethan: Christ, look what you're doing to your hands.
Justin: Oh, so fucking what. You're a *liar.*
Ethan: I didn't want to hurt you.
Justin: That is so laughably, so pathetically lame, I am not even gonna comment on it... try something else.
Ethan: I was... I was covering my ass.
Justin: That's better... go on.
Ethan: I was alone, you weren't there...
Justin: Now it's my fault.
Ethan: That's not what I mean. I missed you.
Justin: So, since you couldn't bare to be without me for one fucking night, you decide to pick up some drooling admirer?
Ethan: Basically, yes.
Justin: So tell me, Mr. Gold, as a last minute replacement, how'd he do? Did he kneel at your feet and worship your huge talent? Did he marvel at your magnificent fingering? Th-th-the way you stroke your bow, leave him breathless?
Ethan: It was one stupid mistake! Look how many times you forgave Brian!
Justin: [throwing the rest of the tattered roses on the ground] I *never* forgave Brian! I never had to... because he never promised me anything. You did.
[walks away and takes of the promise Ethan gave him]
Ethan: I need you. I don't know what I'm gonna do without you.
Justin: Oh, I'm sure you'll survive. After all you still have your music. That's the only thing you ever really loved.

Justin: To the New York phil.
Ethan: And the London phil, and the Vienna phil, and the Berlin phil and the quick, name another phil.
Justin: Phil Farnsworth? We were in the seventh grade together.
Ethan: To Phil Farnsworth, wherever he may be.

"Queer as Folk: Starting a Whole New Life (#4.3)" (2004)
Justin: The Pink Posse. We're protecting Liberty Avenue from homophobes. In case you weren't aware, there was a bashing.
Jennifer Taylor: I'm perfectly aware! I'm also aware that you were bashed!
Justin: All the more reason!
Jennifer Taylor: To put yourself at risk? Haven't you been through enough?
Justin: [yells] Don't fucking tell me what to do!
Brian: Hey, take it easy, Timberlake!

Justin: Hey.
Jennifer Taylor: Christ! What did you do to your hair?
Justin: It's called a haircut, Mother!

"Queer as Folk: Drugs, Sex and Lies (#3.12)" (2003)
[in a hustler bar filled with older men]
Justin: Look at all these old guys.
Brian: Sad, isn't it?
Justin: Yeah. Some of them are even older than you are. But I guess at their age if you want it, you gotta pay for it.
Brian: Another reason to die young.
Justin: Or to accept the fact that youth and beauty are fleeting. That time will inevitably leave its mark, and that we should accept our mortality with grace and dignity.
[an old man makes eyes at Justin and winks at him. Justin looks faintly disturbed]
Justin: Until then I could really clean up in this place.

Justin: Must have been quite an elegant affair.
Brian: A long night's journey into day. You should have been there.
Justin: Uhh, yeah. I was helping Daphne study for midterms.
Brian: Twenty of Pittsburgh's hottest, horniest hunks. And Debbie.
Justin: Well, I know how much she wants to be a gay man, but is it wise to encourage her?

"Queer as Folk: Tweaked-Out, Fucked-Out Crystal Queen (#3.13)" (2003)
[Hunter mistakes Justin for a hooker]
James 'Hunter' Montgomery: What are you bothering with that for? How much is he charging you?
Brian Kinney: [looking over at Justin] A hundred bucks?
Justin Taylor: Mhm. He refuses to pay though.
James 'Hunter' Montgomery: I don't blame him! I wouldn't give you 10 bucks!
Brian Kinney: [pushing Hunter out the door] Okay, I think it's time someone was tucked into bed! And not mine!

"Queer as Folk: Just a Little Help (#4.1)" (2004)
Justin: You and half of gay Pittsburgh can sleep soundly in your bed knowing the loft is yours.
Brian: Half of gay Pittsburgh can sleep soundly in their own beds tonight.
[kisses Justin on the cheek]

"Queer as Folk: The Leper (Hath the Babe Not Eyes?) (#2.7)" (2002)
Brian: Fuck yourself.
Justin: What...?
Brian: You stupid little twat, -never- let anyone fuck you without a condom.
Justin: You're not just "anyone."
Brian: Yeah, I'm sure that's what Ben thought about the guy who infected him.

"Queer as Folk: Accentuate the Positive (#2.9)" (2002)
Ted: I took viagra last night. It's been 18 hours and it won't go down. What am I going to do?
Emmett: Have you tried soaking it?
Lindsay: How about a cold shower?
Brian: How about scaring it?
Justin: That's hiccups.
Brian: Boo!
Ted: Thank you all for caring.
Melanie: What about something that would completely turn you off?
Brian: That's a great idea, why don't you two show him your tits.

"Queer as Folk: Out with a Whimper (#2.20)" (2002)
[Justin and Michael are just having an argument]
Tom Donohue: Hi. I am ton Donohue from Pittsburgh's Out. I'm doing the article of Rage. Who's Michael and who's Justin?
Justin Taylor: He's Michael, I'm gone.

"Queer as Folk: A Change of Heart (#1.14)" (2001)
Justin Taylor: Here, drink this. It's a secret recipe that my alcoholic grandmother used to make.
Brian Kinney: Jesus, it smells like a dirty jockstrap.
Melanie Marcus: Well, in that case, you should like it.
Brian Kinney: The secret is, she pissed in it.
Justin Taylor: I'm just trying to help you. You know I'd do anything.
Melanie Marcus: Oh Jesus. Let's just pray the arbitrator's gay and thinks he's cute.

"Queer as Folk: ...Wherever That Dream May Lead You (#2.5)" (2002)
Justin Taylor: You wanna dance?
random guy at Babylon: Fuck, yeah!
Justin Taylor: That was gonna be my next question.

"Queer as Folk: Queens of the Road (#1.10)" (2001)
Brian: Justin, a word. What the fuck is going on out there?
Justin Taylor: I was just giving my friend Daphne a tour.
Brian: This is not the White House. George Washington never slept here.
Justin Taylor: He's the only one who hasn't.

"Queer as Folk: The Ties That Bind (#1.15)" (2001)
Brian Kinney: Gus just puked all over me.
Justin Taylor: Babies do that.
Brian Kinney: All over my favorite leather jacket.
Vic: [looking at Gus] A fashion critic already.

"Queer as Folk: All Better Now (#2.2)" (2002)
Justin Taylor: Now I get to stay with you. Yee-ha!

"Queer as Folk: There's Nothing Noble About Being Poor (#3.5)" (2003)
Justin Taylor: I came out of the closet once, I'm not going back in.

"Queer as Folk: Fuckin' Revenge (#5.11)" (2005)
Brian: You won't marry me. Who could blame you? I am, without a doubt, the worst candidate for marriage alive. But, conversely, that's also the reason that I'm the best candidate.
Justin: And how's that?
Brian: Because as strongly as I was opposed to the idea, now that I'm behind it, I am as fervently and passionately committed.
Justin: Uh-huh. And what changed your mind?
Brian: I finally thought of one good reason to do it.
Justin: And what is that one good reason?
Brian: To prove to the person that I love how much I love him. That I would give anything, I would do anything, I'd be anything... to make him happy.
Justin: You're fucking unbelievable.
Brian: It's true. I am.
Justin: You, you bought this. You bought this palace.
Brian: It's for my prince. I'm also selling the loft, and the club.
Justin: Without even knowing what my answer would be?
Brian: I'm taking a chance on love.
Justin: ...Then you mean it.
Brian: I've never meant anything more.
Justin: Ok.
Brian: Ok?
Justin: Let's do it.
Brian: Say it.
Justin: Yes!
Brian: Yes what?
Justin: Yes. Yes, I will marry you. I will marry you.
[they kiss, then Brian pulls away]
Justin: What? Don't tell me you're already having second thoughts.
Brian: Not one.

"Queer as Folk: The King of Babylon (#1.20)" (2001)
Emmett Honeycutt: Only it's starting to feel perilously like a couples night,seeing as I'm the only single boy left.
Brian Kinney: 'Scuse me, what the fuck do you think I am?
Justin Taylor: [Runs up and grabs Brian's arm] Are we going to Babylon?
[Emmett bursts out laughing and Brian shoves him]
Justin Taylor: What?

"Queer as Folk: Brat-Sitting (#3.4)" (2003)
Justin: I'm not antisocial, I just can't stand people.

"Queer as Folk: Escalating Violence (#4.4)" (2004)
Preacher: It was so good to have you young men in our service tonight.
Justin: It was *very* inspiring.
Preacher: Give God the glory.
Cody Bell: Mind if I ask you a question, Pastor?
Preacher: Please.
Cody Bell: This book
[holds up Bible]
Cody Bell: - you have to believe all of it, not just some of it, right?
Preacher: That's right.
Cody Bell: So... do you like shrimp?
Preacher: Well, as a matter of fact, I do.
Cody Bell: Because in Leviticus - a few scriptures before that man lying with man is an abomination one - it also says it's an abomination to eat shellfish. And... shrimp are shellfish, right?
Preacher: What's your point young man?
Cody Bell: I believe the point is, if you can eat shrimp, we can eat cock.
Preacher: [awkward silence] Son, you need the lord. You need to accept Jesus.
Cody Bell: Oh, I accept Jesus. It's assholes like you I have a problem with.