Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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Priorities, Please! (Beat the Time) 

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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Nancy Anne Sakovich ...
Leda (as Nancy Sakovich)
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Wedding Planner
Nolan Daws ...
Dirty Blond
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Spanish Omelet
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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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Drama | Romance

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17 March 2002 (USA)  »

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There is no way Michael would not be aware of the cancellation of the Captain Astro comic book. Even if there were no publicity surrounding the death of a featured character, as the owner of a comic book shop he would have had to order inventory months in advance and would know there was no new issue coming. See more »

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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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