Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 12

Episode #3.12 (8 Jun. 2003)

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Vowing to expose Stockwell, Brian investigates the murder of Dumpster Boy; Mel and Lindsay urge Emmett to stage an intervention on Ted's behalf.

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Vowing to expose Stockwell, Brian investigates the murder of Dumpster Boy; Mel and Lindsay urge Emmett to stage an intervention on Ted's behalf.

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[in a hustler bar filled with older men]
Justin: Look at all these old guys.
Brian: Sad, isn't it?
Justin: Yeah. Some of them are even older than you are. But I guess at their age if you want it, you gotta pay for it.
Brian: Another reason to die young.
Justin: Or to accept the fact that youth and beauty are fleeting. That time will inevitably leave its mark, and that we should accept our mortality with grace and dignity.
[an old man makes eyes at Justin and winks at him. Justin looks faintly disturbed]
Justin: Until then I could really ...
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Temmett may be in trouble, and Hunter has got to go!
3 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Twenty of Pittsburgh's hottest, horniest hunks… and Debbie." ~Brian Episode 312 was pretty funny, but it also had several serious moments and even some where Brian was doing something to help out Debbie for a change! I loved the reemergence of the whole dumpster boy subplot, and I also really liked how much Emmett seemed to care for Ted. Even when he seemed to be babbling incoherently, lying, cheating, and doing drugs, Emmett was still there for him, in some scenes to a fault. He stood up for Ted in front of Lindsay and Melanie and they got in a very unnecessary little fight. When Hunter first met Brian, we are treated to a very hilarious scene, but I still stand firm in saying that Hunter is incredibly annoying. I just can't stand the kid, no matter if he had HIV or if he was under some freaky mind spell. Ben is amazing, but I can't see why he doesn't just let Hunter go. He and Michael really don't need such a major annoyance around. My favorite scene in the episode by far, though, was when Hunter meets Justin and tells him basically to back off of Brian. The reaction on Justin's face was priceless!


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