Brian helps Justin recover from his bashing at the hands of Chris Hobbs; Lindsay suggests marriage to Mel; Michael returns home, without David.

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Brian helps Justin recover from his bashing at the hands of Chris Hobbs; Lindsay suggests marriage to Mel; Michael returns home, without David.

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6 January 2002 (USA)  »

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Michael Novotny: This is dinner?
Brian Kinney: It's just the essential elements of a healthy diet: Salt, saturated fat,alcohol.
Michael Novotny: I've never eating again. My mom practical forced-fed me to eat the entire Liberty Diner menu.
Brian Kinney: Well, who told you to eat it?
Michael Novotny: Well, what I'm suppose to do?
Brian Kinney: Say no.
Michael Novotny: You know it makes her happy.
Brian Kinney: There you have it, Ladies and Gentlemen, proof positive that making other people happy can cause nausea,severe cramps, even diarrhea.
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Episode #2.1
1 February 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Great season start! I liked Justin's story of course. Very well done. I like the role Brian played in it, how he visited him and yet Justin never knew it. The final conversation with Justin's mother is hurtful but it promises a development in character's relationships which I am looking for.

It is sad how the court went. I also couldn't stand Debbie in it. I really am growing to hate this character. She is loud and annoying and fake. I also hated her saying that he would get a greater penalty if he bashed a dog. A low life like her often puts down the life and suffering of an animal making it insignificant. Aniaml abuse is not punished even closely the way it should be. And there is no need for trash like her to make it look otherwise.

Am also very excited about the wedding story of Lindsay and Mel. I loved Lindsay's proposal, well done. Was happy to see her to stand up for her partner and for what she believes in and who she is


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