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Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson (Character)
from "Queer as Folk" (2000)

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Lindsay is Melanie's wife (They are not legally married but have had a wedding)... See more »
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Lindsay Peterson


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  1. "Queer as Folk"
    ... aka "Q.A.F." - USA (informal alternative title)
        - We Will Survive! (2005) TV episode, Played by Thea Gill (as Lindsay Peterson)
        - Mr. Right (Never Broke a Promise) (2005) TV episode, Played by Thea Gill (as Lindsay Peterson)
        - Fuckin' Revenge (2005) TV episode, Played by Thea Gill (as Lindsay Peterson)
        - I Love You (2005) TV episode, Played by Thea Gill (as Lindsay Peterson)
        - Anything in Common (2005) TV episode, Played by Thea Gill (as Lindsay Peterson)
          (78 more)

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From "Queer as Folk: No Bris, No Shirt, No Service (#1.3)" (2000)
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: I just want you to know that Melanie feels terrible about what she said.
Brian Kinney: Do you think I care?
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Look, it's upsetting for all of us. But at a time like this, we could try showing a little compassion. Especially for Ted. Is there any word?
Brian Kinney: The machines say he's still alive.
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Poor guy.
Brian Kinney: What about us?
[Lindsay looks at Brian.]
Brian Kinney: We don't have any beeps, or wires, or little white dots telling us we're alive, so how do we know? I guess we just take each other's word.
Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson: Maybe we know from what people expect from us. I mean, take Gus. He needs me to feed him, to... change him. Knowing that tells me I'm alive. So for me, right now, it's him.
Brian Kinney: What about me?
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