Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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Michael and Dr. David enjoy their new-found domestic bliss; Emmett joins a "conversion therapy" group; Lindsay and Melanie continue to fight about Brian, finances and their future; Ted becomes very sexually active.

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Lindsay Peterson
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Justin Taylor
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Dr. David Cameron
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ian Alden ...
Beau
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Pickup Guy
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Tracy
Kathryn Haggis ...
Ginger
Diane Higgins ...
Passerby
Steve Jackson ...
Ty
Dianne Latchford ...
Marley
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Michael and Dr. David enjoy their new-found domestic bliss; Emmett joins a "conversion therapy" group; Lindsay and Melanie continue to fight about Brian, finances and their future; Ted becomes very sexually active.

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Drama | Romance

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25 February 2001 (USA)  »

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When Justin enters the comic book store, an Interac sign is clearly visible on the door. Interac is a debit card network only available in Canada. See more »

Quotes

Brian Kinney: Meet my latest trick.
[the camera zooms down, so a a teddy bear dressed up in a leather is visible]
Melanie Marcus: I didn't know you were into bears. I thought you preferred the young, hairless, not-admitted-without-a-parent-or-guardian type.
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References Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) See more »

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Rifts galore!
12 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

"I didn't know you were into bears! I thought you preferred the young, hairless, not-admitted-without-a-parent-or-guardian type!" ~Melanie

This episode was all about rifts, and I liked it a lot. The beginning of a rift between Emmett and his friends. The expansion of the rift between Melanie and Lindsay. More about the rift between Michael and Brian. What makes this episode so fun is that it is so soaked in drama. It's all about two of our favorite characters getting back together after a disastrous event in the previous episode. Michael is making his transition to living with Dr. David, but he's not exactly sure that he likes it. Ted becomes Brian's right-wing man while Michael is MIA, and Ted basically picks up on discarded, Brian-rejected 'tricks', saying it's the best thing that's ever happened to his love life. There are several interesting/creative scenes (the best being a really good sex montage) in this episode, but it wasn't my favorite. It did however feature one of my favorite scenes: Brian and Justin eating ice cream together.


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