Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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The King of Babylon 

Who will be crowned King of Babylon? An innocent trip to the mall lands Vic in jail; Brian is beaten at his own game.



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Episode credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sheba (as Salvatore Migliore)
Jerome Bravo ...
Contestant #4
Gabriel Chavez ...
Contestant #3
Jay Clapham ...
Admirer #1
Jeremie Colton Helman ...
Poster Boy


Who will be crowned King of Babylon? An innocent trip to the mall lands Vic in jail; Brian is beaten at his own game.

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Drama | Romance



Release Date:

29 April 2001 (USA)  »

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Michael Novotny: I'm sure he would go if I wanted him to.
Brian Kinney: Uh-huh.
Michael Novotny: It's true.
Brian Kinney: All right. Then make sure he's there.
Michael Novotny: All right, I will.
Brian Kinney: Okay.
Michael Novotny: Okay.
Brian Kinney: Great.
Michael Novotny: Fine.
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Loretta Young Silks
Written by Chris Corner, Liam Howe, Ian Pickering
Performed by 'The Sneaker Pimps'
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Fun, fun, for everyone!
17 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"The next contestant loves the Powerpuff Girls, margaritas, and older men who take him for granted." ~Hostess

Fun, fun, fun! That's the only way I can think of to describe this episode, which is spent almost entirely in Babylon. Justin starts getting fed up with the way that Brian is treating him, so with a few words of advice, he decides to take things into his own hands. Blake and Ted blossom as a couple, while Brian signs David up for the King of Babylon contest. Emmett also meets a hot guy that is absolutely perfect, but they only know each other for one hour and forty-five minutes before things turn sour. Vic is also arrested for 'indecent exposure'. Add all of this into a blender, mix, and you have an extremely fun episode, especially the scene where the winner of the King of Babylon contest is crowned. I also loved all of the interactions between Justin and Brian, and I especially love how Justin is really coming into his own. So much fun!

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