Queer as Folk: Season 2, Episode 5

...Wherever That Dream May Lead You (3 Feb. 2002)

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Ted decides start a gay website; Justin decides to leave art school until his motor skills return; Michael quits his job to open his own comic book store.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lindsey Connell ...
Noelle Campbell Smith ...
Drag King (as Noelle Campbell-Smith)
Deb Pearce ...
Drag King
Clare Smyth ...
Drag King
Art Teacher


Having lost hand control from his bashing, Justin's quits art school (he's lost the fine motor skills needed to hold a brush.) Michael decides to quit the Big Q and risks all to buy a comic book store. Ted ditches his new accounting job to start his own porno website. Written by Anonymous

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Episode #2.5
13 February 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This was a very inspiring episode.

I like how they did it by making Justin, Ted and Michael facing their dreams and life situation and see what they want to achieve.

Ted was absolutely sweet. It was also very funny the direction he went to, but I am happy for him and am looking forward to see what will happen.

I loved to see how it went with Michael. Was so great to see him quit! I like how they made it by making him feel at the bottom and then just having enough. His quitting scene was great, I was cheering for him And

I also like what is happening with Justin. Very emotional and it is also helping to develop a relationship with Brian

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