Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 13

Episode #3.13 (15 Jun. 2003)

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Justin may face expulsion for designing anti-Stockwell posters; Hunter goes undercover to collect evidence for Brian; Emmett has had it with Ted's drug use.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Kinney (as Gale Harold)
Jack Wetherall ...
Wayne Best ...


Justin may face expulsion for designing anti-Stockwell posters; Hunter goes undercover to collect evidence for Brian; Emmett has had it with Ted's drug use.

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[Hunter mistakes Justin for a hooker]
James 'Hunter' Montgomery: What are you bothering with that for? How much is he charging you?
Brian Kinney: [looking over at Justin] A hundred bucks?
Justin Taylor: Mhm. He refuses to pay though.
James 'Hunter' Montgomery: I don't blame him! I wouldn't give you 10 bucks!
Brian Kinney: [pushing Hunter out the door] Okay, I think it's time someone was tucked into bed! And not mine!
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Dumpster boy needs some justice!
3 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"I don't blame him. I wouldn't pay you ten bucks!" ~Hunter (to Justin)

This was a really great episode, and I think it may be the final straw in the mystery of dumpster boy. I think we finally know who the killer is. The most saddening (and intriguing) part of this episode was the whole fight between Ted and Emmett, it was heartbreaking and well-written. Both Scott Lowell and Peter Paige knew exactly what they were doing with that scene as they made things very interesting and realistic. Seeing Ted and Emmett's relationship falling apart is just sad, which may be what makes this show so spectacular. Back in season one I never could have imagined that Ted would sink this low or that Brian would be so open about his feelings toward Justin. It's astounding to see how much things have changed. And Hunter has officially moved from being overbearing to be being tolerable. I liked the fact that he finally is trying to clean up his act. He wants to be good for Ben and Michael, he really wants to. The surprise party was really cute. I'm also in love with the relationship that Emmett and Michael have; they understand each other so perfectly well. The ending with Melanie, Lindsay, and Emmett was really sweet, and I also loved how Brian was clearing supportive of Justin standing up for what he believes in and yet didn't come right out to say it.

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