Queer as Folk: Season 2, Episode 10

Episode #2.10 (17 Mar. 2002)

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Debbie finds a dead body in the diner's dumpster; Michael is more upset when his favorite comic book hero dies; George and Emmett get closer.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy Anne Sakovich ...
Leda (as Nancy Sakovich)
Liliane Clune ...
Wedding Planner
Nolan Daws ...
Dirty Blond
Spanish Omelet


Michael mourns the death of his comic book hero, Captain Astro, while Debbie finds a real life murder victim behind the diner. Emmett helps George to enjoy himself. Melanie & Lindsay are inspired by the contents of Lindsay's Granny Faye's secret letters. Written by Anonymous

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Another flawless installment...
28 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"The first time you came here, you didn't know anything about me. I could have done anything to you." ~Brian

This was another great episode with some tensions rising between Lindsay and Melanie. They find a bunch of letters that manages to bring them closer together. Emmett has a couple hilarious moments with George, and Michael has some more amazing scenes with Ben. Debbie seems extremely troubled after she finds a dead body in the dumpster and nobody seems to care, and Michael is incredibly heartbroken when Captain Astro dies in his comic books. I loved the episode's ending, as it further elevated the Justin/Brian relationship. The little talk that Michael and Ben have towards the end about life being unpredictable was also something special.

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