Brian and Justin move on after breaking up; Michael and Ben discuss living together; Mel and Lindsay talk about having another child.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Fab Filippo ...
Ethan Gold (as Fabrizio Filippo)
Jack Wetherall ...
Stephen Richard ...
Logan Hoover ...
Kegan Hoover ...


At the RAGE comic book release party, Justin chose Ethan over Brian but Brian didn't seem to care. A week later, Michael bears the brunt of just how much he does care. Ted and Emmett explore the possibilities of a relationship, and the fate of Michael and Justin's comic book is up in the air. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance



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2 March 2003 (USA)  »

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Lindsay: [discussing Justin leaving] Well, it's not just me, it's everyone. The way you treated him. Refusing to make even the slightest romantic gesture. It's no wonder he found someone else. However, it's not too late.
Brian: For what?
Lindsay: To get him back.
[Brian rolls his eyes at her]
Lindsay: Oh, don't give me that fucking superior sneer. All you have to do is tell him you love him. It's not too much to ask. A small sacrifice.
Brian: And then we could be a happy couple. Like you and Melanie. Or Mikey and the professor. Or, God ...
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Amazing start
1 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Christ Brian! How'd you get in here?" "My widdle key." ~Michael and Brian

This premier of Season three was absolutely magical, and it reminded me a lot of the pilot episode. We are essentially re-introduced to the characters through almost completely different perspectives. It's incredible to think of how much they have all changed and grown as people. I still stand firm on thinking that Michael is being completely unreasonable toward Justin. He told him to leave because everyone didn't want him around anymore, but why would he do that? Was he so selfish that he couldn't see anyone's perspective but Brian's? I actually rather liked it that Brian punched Michael in the face, he deserved it after all of the hurtful things he said toward Justin. Everyone's new hairstyles were very noticeable, and I have to say that I love them. From Brian's new "shaggy" look to Justin's longer blonde hair to Michael's cute and somewhat shorter hair, I loved them all. I think my favorite scene in the episode was when Justin came to Brian's loft to get his things and he remembered all of the times that they had been together. It was really sweet and kind of sad when Justin just left. Brian seemed completely heartbroken over Justin leaving, which is no surprise considering how much Brian loved Justin. Ben continues to be just as awesome as ever when he decides to move in with Michael and Emmett. It was so weird seeing Emmett and Ted together, but Peter Paige and Scott Lowell really made those scenes work. The end was rather disturbing, but really sweet and sad at the same time. Overall a very solid first episode to season three!

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