Queer as Folk: Season 2, Episode 14

Episode #2.14 (28 Apr. 2002)

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Justin is rolling in the dough, but his schoolwork suffers; Carl asks Debbie out; George asks Emmett to accompany him on a world tour.

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Justin is rolling in the dough, but his schoolwork suffers; Carl asks Debbie out; George asks Emmett to accompany him on a world tour.

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[Brian, Micheal, and Ted are getting pulled over by the police]
Ted: Do you have anything on you?
Brian: Yeah, sixteen pounds of cocaine and twenty-four ounces of heroin.
Ted: This is no time to be funny!
Brian: Who's being funny?
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Riveting and Heartbreaking
30 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Do you have anything on you?" "Yeah, sixteen pounds of cocaine and twenty-four ounces of heroine." "This is no time to be funny." "Who's being funny?" ~Ted and Brian

This episode was heartbreaking, revealing, and fantastically written. Every minute of it was drenched in drama of one sort or another, and at the end of everything was the utterly perfect ending of the episode in which Justin and Brian make love in an entirely different way. Their relationship is the show's best and most appealing aspect, and as of yet it hasn't managed to disappoint me even for a second. It's full of shocks and surprises, and I love all of the developments between the two characters. It was also very sad how things ended between George and Emmett, and I really enjoyed their brief relationship. Michael's quarrel with his mother also served as some interesting basis for this episode, although I want more of the Michael/Ben relationship (we haven't gotten nearly enough of it for the last few episodes!) Overall a very solid offering and a great episode.


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