Queer as Folk: Season 2, Episode 7

Episode #2.7 (17 Feb. 2002)

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Michael decides to keep seeing Ben, despite Brian and Debbie vehement protests; Emmett starts acting like a star; Mel and Lindsay ask Lindsay's parents for cash.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Kinney (as Gale Harold)
Jack Wetherall ...
Don Allison ...
Pixie Bigelow ...
Mrs. Nancy Peterson
Nancy Anne Sakovich ...
Leda (as Nancy Sakovich)
The Fan (as Matthew R. Willson)
Sonia Laplante ...
Bakery Lady (as Sonia La Plante)


Michael decides to continue dating HIV positive Ben, despite the objections of Brian, Ted, Emmett, and his mother, Debbie. Lindsay and Melanie struggle to get money for their wedding from Lindsay's parents. Success on Ted's website is swelling Emmett's ego. Written by Anonymous

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Emmett's pose on the red bed is a recreation of Marilyn Monroe's famous Playboy shoot. See more »


Brian: Fuck yourself.
Justin: What...?
Brian: You stupid little twat, -never- let anyone fuck you without a condom.
Justin: You're not just "anyone."
Brian: Yeah, I'm sure that's what Ben thought about the guy who infected him.
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References Let's Make Love (1960) See more »


My Heart Belongs to Daddy
Written by Cole Porter
Performed by Marilyn Monroe
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Entertaining to the MAX!
28 December 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"I knew how to put a condom on a cucumber before I knew how to drive!" ~Michael

This episode was filled with some interesting moments and exchanges between characters, like Ted and Emmett's first real big "fight", and it was especially paradoxical to see the way Debbie acted when she found out that Michael was dating someone who was HIV-positive. She was always so supportive of every little thing that Michael did and said that it came as a real shocker when she seemed so upset. Brian and Lindsay have quite a few good scenes together, and the party scene where Justin and everyone are going crazy because of the spiked punch when all of a sudden Lindsay's parents come in was hysterically funny. I loved seeing Lindsay finally stick up to her parents after all that she's been through. As always, the exchanges between Justin and Brian were pure gold, and Michael and Ben just seem perfect together. Not the best episode in the world, but I did like it a lot.

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