Brian discovers David at the baths; Justin finds out his parents are getting a divorce; Ted reconnects with Blake; a hunk from Babylon hits on Michael.

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Brian discovers David at the baths; Justin finds out his parents are getting a divorce; Ted reconnects with Blake; a hunk from Babylon hits on Michael.

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queer | queer as folk | See All (2) »

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Drama | Romance

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15 April 2001 (USA)  »

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When Ted is searching for his wallet at the gas station, you can see the word "liter" instead of "gallons" on the fuel pumps since the show was filmed in Canada where they use the metric system. The U.S. uses the imperial system. See more »

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A Kind of Magic
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Creative and AMAZING.
17 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Hold it! Get your bubble butt back here!" ~Deb Episode 18 is an amazing journey for Justin as he discovers that his parents are getting a divorce, and he simultaneously gets accepted to two colleges, Dartmouth and Pittsburgh Institute of Fine Arts. He basically has to make a life-changing decision, and the kind words of Deb and the tell-it-like-it-is manner of Brian are big factors in helping. Another amazing Brian/Justin scene is in this episode, as well as a fantastic ending. Michael and David also face some more problems of their own after Brian sees David in the middle of an orgy at the baths. Ted also goes through a mini-crisis of his own after he has a reencounter with Blake. Overall a superb, lengthy episode of Queer as Folk that I immensely loved.


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