Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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Smells Like Codependence 

Debbie meets Dr. David; Justin's father learns the truth and decides to send Justin away to school; Brian's emotional hold on Michael and dislike for Dr. David intensifies.

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Debbie meets Dr. David; Justin's father learns the truth and decides to send Justin away to school; Brian's emotional hold on Michael and dislike for Dr. David intensifies.

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Drama | Romance

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21 January 2001 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Daphne Chanders: [as a heavily tattooed man walks past] Did you see that?
Justin: Kind of hard to miss.
Daphne Chanders: It's so gross.
Justin: I think it's cool.
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Awesome Brian/David scenes!
9 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Listen, you can't stay. I've got someone coming over in approximately 7 1/2 inches. So... see you tomorrow." ~Brian

I liked this episode of Queer as Folk a lot, for various reasons. The drama between Michael/Brian/David is just as enthralling as last episode, and Brian's dad finally finds out that his son is a homosexual, taking drastic and twisted measures. I loved all of the interactions between Brian and David, especially the ending of the episode. My favorite scene of the episode, and an incredibly beautiful and poetic moment, was when Justin's dad was searching through his room and finds his sketchbook while at the same time Justin and Brian are having sex. Another great episode of Queer as Folk, but then again, when is there a bad episode?


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