Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 1

Episode #3.1 (2 Mar. 2003)

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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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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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Episode #3.1
23 April 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I liked to see Emmett and Ted trying to start their relationship. It was very well done. Them worrying about the effect it may have on their friendship and the moments in bed were very good written and performed. It has both humor and sensibility in it which I like a lot.

The confrontation between Justin and Michael was also good. Say what you want but I see where Michael is coming from. While I do believe that Justin should stay friends with everyone I do see Micvhael's side very well. It is just that he goes with emotion, not logic. Brian hitting him made me mad, but I did like how he came to make thinks good between them. Although I wish it wasn't a bloody animal corpse, this is just gross.


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