Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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...Wherever That Dream May Lead You 

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:
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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Drama | Romance



Release Date:

3 February 2002 (USA)  »

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Michael Novotny: Where have you been? You didn't come home lastnight?
Debbie Novotny: Somebody get lucky.
Emmett Honeycutt: Good for him. I spent the night at Ted's. You guys he is in deep shit trouble. We need to have an invention.
Debbie Novotny: Booze?
Brian Kinney: Crystal.
Emmett Honeycutt: Whipping the Willie.
Brian Kinney: Schmuck. He couldn't even get a decent addiction.
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References Forrest Gump (1994) See more »


If It Feels Good Do It
Written by Sloan
Performed by Sloan
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I love the direction this series is going!
27 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Well, I can't draw anymore. What's the point in wasting my time when I can be here popping pills and drinking beer, sticking my gimp hand down guys' pants?" ~Justin

I really love the direction that the series is headed directly after this episode, with Michael starting his own business with a comic store (thanks to a couple of amazing scenes and lots of encouragement from Brian) and Ted starting a porn business (I can't WAIT to see how that crap ends up for him!) It was also interesting to see Justin regain his courage to draw again in a somewhat different way, as motivated by Brian. It really is true that Brian loves him; the very first thing he thinks about when he sees the new high-tech drawing device is Justin and only Justin. Debbie is also touching in her sincerity in almost every single sequence. I can't wait to see the next episode, as this one was just thrilling, touching, and hilarious.

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