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Dr. David Cameron (Character)
from "Queer as Folk" (2000)

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  1. "Queer as Folk"
    ... aka "Q.A.F." - USA (informal alternative title)
        - Full Circle (2001) TV episode, Played by Chris Potter
        - Running to Stand Still (2001) TV episode, Played by Chris Potter
        - The King of Babylon (2001) TV episode, Played by Chris Potter
        - Good Grief! (2001) TV episode, Played by Chris Potter
        - Surprise Kill (2001) TV episode, Played by Chris Potter
          (14 more)

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From "Queer as Folk: The Art of Desperation (#1.6)" (2001)
Michael Novotny: [voice-over narration] Everybody's always wishing they had a boyfriend. We all picture how he'd look, how he'd sound, how nice it'd be to have someone to share your life, your dreams, your dental floss...
Dr. David Cameron: [referring to the trick who's cruising them] Little disconcerting when you're trying to eat.
Michael Novotny: [voice-over narration] ...so how come so few of us have one? That's because we're lying. Most of us couldn't commit to a house plant, how are we supposed to commit to having a boyfriend?
[to David]
Michael Novotny: You should see what it's like when Brian comes here. I'm so sorry, I promised I would not mention his name for ten minutes.
Dr. David Cameron: I'd settle for five.
[Michael smiles]
Dr. David Cameron: And you've gotta stop smiling like that.
Michael Novotny: [smiles] Like what?
Dr. David Cameron: Like that. It makes me want to come across the table and eat you like a dessert.
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