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"Queer as Folk" Episode #3.14 (2003)

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Writers:
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Original Air Date:
22 June 2003 (Season 3, Episode 14)
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Plot:
Brian exposes Stockwell on the eve of the election; Debbie rallies the troops on election day; Ted hits rock bottom; Hunter's mom shows up demanding full custody. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Michelle Clunie ... Melanie Marcus

Robert Gant ... Professor Ben Bruckner

Thea Gill ... Lindsay Peterson

Gale Harold ... Brian Kinney

Randy Harrison ... Justin Taylor

Scott Lowell ... Ted Schmidt

Peter Paige ... Emmett Honeycutt

Hal Sparks ... Michael Novotny

Sharon Gless ... Debbie Novotny
Jack Wetherall ... Vic Grassi

David Gianopoulos ... Police Chief Stockwell

Harris Allan ... James 'Hunter' Montgomery

Dean Armstrong ... Blake Wyzecki

Vincent Gale ... Mark

Marnie McPhail ... Rita Montgomery
Logan Hoover ... Gus
Kegan Hoover ... Gus
Peter Flie ... Gay Boy
Jason Beharriell ... Gay Boy
Nicholas Matthew ... Gay Boy

Jeff Jordan ... Gay Boy
Philip Akin ... Marvin Deekins (as Philip Aikin)
Ola Sturik ... Reporter

Rory O'Shea ... Newscaster #1
Suzanne Leonard Feliz ... Interviewer
Mehron Paul ... Derek
Ryan McDermott ... Roman
Tim Hamaguchi ... Diner Boy
Jeremy Elder ... Diner Boy

Mark Adam Zeifman ... Diner Boy (as Mark Zeifman)
Stephen Ren McQuigge ... Last Guy
Sean Wayne Doyle ... Counselor
Gary Brennan ... Rodney

Tino Monte ... Newscaster #2
Sandi Stahlbrand ... Newscaster #3
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Drew Finnie ... Liberty Avenue Post-Election Street Partier (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Kelly Makin 
 
Writing credits
Ron Cowen (written by) &
Daniel Lipman (written by)

Ron Cowen (developed for American television by) &
Daniel Lipman (developed for American television by)

Russell T. Davies (based on the British series created by)

Produced by
Ron Cowen .... executive producer
Brad Fraser .... executive story editor
Bill Goddard .... co-producer
Sheila Hockin .... producer
Tony Jonas .... executive producer
Daniel Lipman .... executive producer
Michael MacLennan .... producer
Noella Nesdoly .... line producer
Adam Newman .... coordinating producer
Shawn Postoff .... story editor
Efrem Seeger .... co-executive producer
Del Shores .... consulting producer
 
Cinematography by
Thom Best (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Lisa Grootenboer 
 
Casting by
Ross Clydesdale 
 
Production Design by
Ingrid Jurek 
 
Art Direction by
James Phillips  (as Jim Phillips)
 
Set Decoration by
Megan Less 
 
Costume Design by
Patrick Antosh 
 
Makeup Department
Clara Dinunzio .... key hair stylist
Yasmeen Jalali .... key makeup artist
Stephen Lynch .... key makeup artist
James O'Reilly .... assistant hair stylist
Roger Smith .... makeup assistant
 
Production Management
Sara Fischer .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
George Assimakopoulos .... third assistant director
Mark Easey .... second assistant director
Linda Pope .... first assistant director
Mary Redmond .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Robert L. Blair .... property supervisor (as Bob Blair)
Garth Brunt .... buyer
Cynthia Chau .... art department apprentice
Robert Dyer .... assistant carpenter (as Bob Dyer)
Hans Engel .... office coordinator/buyer
Mike Gaylor .... location carpenter (as Michael Gaylor)
Ron Gent .... set dresser
Brad Greaves .... graphic designer
Ian Hay .... lead dresser
Robert Hillman .... set dresser (as Bob Hillman)
George Laramee .... location carpenter
Rick Little .... on-set dresser
Dan Norton .... set designer
Massimo Orlandi .... set dresser
Eric Petursson .... carpenter
Michael Salansky .... property assistant
Derek Smith .... carpenter
Cherie Spencer .... set dresser
Karl Stensrud .... construction labor
Eric Summerley .... head carpenter
Ercidio Tamayo .... assistant painter
Derek Taylor .... head painter
Allan Westlake .... construction coordinator
Stephen Willetts .... key scenic painter (as Steve Willetts)
 
Sound Department
Marina Adam .... foley assistant
Eric Apps .... re-recording mixer
Craig Baker .... boom operator
Sue Conley .... adr editor
Chaim Gilad .... production sound mixer
Jack Heeren .... re-recording mixer
Martin Gwynn Jones .... first assistant sound editor
Marc Joubert .... assistant sound editor
Mishann Lau .... sound effects editor
Kirk Lynds .... foley recordist
Donna Powell .... foley artist
Dale Sheldrake .... supervising dialogue editor
 
Stunts
Randy Butcher .... stunt coordinator
Daryl Patchett .... stunts
Ron Van Hart .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Matthew Brookes .... electric (as Matthew Brooks)
Kelly Hearns .... camera trainee
Mark Hewson .... electrician
J. Joly .... electrician (as Jason Joly)
Joey Jones .... grip
John MacLean .... grip
Murray Mainprize .... genny op
Paolo Perin .... best boy grip
Craig Stewart .... dolly grip
Christopher J. Toudy .... key grip (as Chris Toudy)
Glen Treilhard .... first assistant camera
Pief Weyman .... still photographer (as L. Pief Weyman)
Richard Wilmot .... camera operator
Peter Wong .... second assistant camera
Craig Wright .... gaffer
 
Animation Department
John Currie .... animator
 
Casting Department
John Brace .... original casting
Linda Lowy .... original casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heather Crepp .... on-set key wardrobe
Sheila Fitzpatrick .... cutter
Kimberly Memory Stanley .... assistant costume designer (as Kimberly Stanley)
Shannon Wilson .... on-set key wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Chris Dover .... telecine colorist
Hugh Elchuk .... trainee assistant editor
Todd Farrell .... assistant editor
Christopher Haufe .... telecine colorist
Clement Lush .... colorist assist
Renay McGowan .... post-production coordinator
Allan O'Hara .... on-line editor
Trevor Risbridger .... on-line assistant
 
Music Department
Yuri Gorbachow .... music editor
Paul Grace .... music consultant
Erin Hunt .... music coordinator
Scot McFadyen .... music supervisor: S.L. Feldman & Associates
Jane Muckle .... music administrator
Steve Parr .... music mixer
Steve Parr .... music recordist
Michael Perlmutter .... music supervisor: S.L. Feldman & Associates (as Michael A. Perlmutter)
Andrew Wright .... trainee music editor
 
Transportation Department
Don Chan .... driver
Cheryl Darbey .... driver
Al Izumi .... driver
Alex Laframboise .... driver
David McLaren .... transportation captain (as Dave McLaren)
Steve Merlin .... driver
Chris Radley Walters .... driver
Doug Rank .... driver
Mike Sanci .... driver: honeywagon
David Stetson .... driver (as Dave Stetson)
Craig Taylor .... driver
Grant Wilkins .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Paul Aldous .... utility stand-in
Mark Alleyne .... production assistant
Kris Baker .... craft service
Peter Boboras .... location manager
Ginny Campbell .... payroll accountant
Lisa Clapperton .... production assistant
Kim Coghill .... production assistant
Amy Cuthbertson .... receptionist
David Donohue .... script coordinator: Toronto
Christopher Dunn .... assistant location manager (as Chris Dunn)
Pat Franczyk .... craft service (as Pat Francyk)
Lisa Ghione .... publicist
Jerry Greben .... utility stand-in
Matt Hilliard-Forde .... assistant to producer
Jeremy Hood .... production coordinator
Roderic Kavanagh .... script coordinator: LA
Linda Keyworth .... production coordinator
Cam Mansfield .... first assistant accountant (as Camille Mansfield)
Nancy Markle .... script supervisor
Mara McSweeny .... clearance coordinator
Patti Medwid .... utility stand-in
Anthony David Pace .... location production assistant (as Anthony Pace)
Colleen Quinn .... assistant: producers
Bev Ross .... production accountant
Justin Spitzer .... assistant: writers
Tina Vacalopoulos .... assistant production coordinator
Jennifer Weber .... trainee assistant accountant
 

Series Crew
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Directed by
Michael DeCarlo (episodes 4.13, 5.02 and 5.03)
John Fawcett (episode 13, season 2)
John Greyson (episodes 9, 12)
Laurie Lynd (episode 3 season 3)
Bruce McDonald (episodes 2, 6 and 8 season 3)
Russell Mulcahy (episodes 1-3, 18 and 20)
Kari Skogland (episode 4 season 3) (episodes 5, 6)
David Wellington (episode 12 season 3) (episode 7, season 1 and episodes 5 and 17, season 2)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ron Cowen  developed for American television by
Doug Guinan  (episodes 10, 14)
Richard Kramer  (episodes 4, 8, 12)
Daniel Lipman  developed for American television by
Jason Schafer  (episodes 5, 9, 11, 16, 18, 20)
Jonathan Tolins  (episodes 6, 9, 11, 17, 18, 20)
Garth Wingfield  (episodes 15, 19 and 21)

Original Music by
Mitch Magonet 
 
Production Management
Susan James .... assistant production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Cindy L. Irwin .... weekly assistant director
John Karmouche .... daily assistant director
Jodi A. Tario .... assistant director
 
Art Department
David A. Baran .... carpenter
Craig Harris .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer: New York (multiple episodes)
David K. Grant .... sound
Mark Hensley .... adr recordist
Kevin Konarzewski .... re-recording assistant (multiple episodes)
Nathan Scruggs .... adr recordist (2004)
Brandon Walker .... sound editor (episodes 1.4, 1.5)
Randy Wilson .... adr mixer
Randy Wilson .... foley mixer
 
Special Effects by
Sean Armstrong .... special effects key
Jon Davis .... special effects technician
Jasmine Gorett Vala .... special effects key
 
Visual Effects by
Jeff Bruneel .... digital effects artist
Peter Denomme .... visual effects producer: Calibre Digital Pictures
Noel Hooper .... lead digital compositor
Matt Schofield .... matte painter
 
Stunts
Leigh Bianco .... stunts (as Leigh E. Brinkman)
Walter Masko .... stunts
Branko Racki .... stunts
Peter Szkoda .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Blayne Badge .... electrician
David Watts .... electrician
 
Animation Department
Clement Lush .... color assistant
 
Casting Department
Juli-Ann Kay .... casting associate
Beth Klein .... casting executive
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
April Poppe .... wardrobe assistant
 
Music Department
Amy Fritz .... music consultant: S.L. Feldman & Associates
 
Other crew
John 'Frenchie' Berger .... armorer
Sergio A. Beristáin .... production assistant
Ann Marie Joe .... assistant to producer
Ruben Malaret .... publicist
Pancho Mansfield .... production executive
Jym Morton .... location assistant
Dave Tommasini .... helicopter pilot
Jessie Wallace .... location assistant
 
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Quotes:
Justin:[after finding out that Brian spent all his money in a campaign against Stockwell] I can't believe you did this! It's so...
Brian:Noble?
Justin:Out of character!
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Another AMAZING out-of-this-world finale, 3 January 2008
Author: PoisonKeyblade from Long Island, New York

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

"As far as I'm concerned, it ain't over till the 'slightly overweight but still workin' on it' lady sings!" ~Debbie

I LOVED this episode. It echoed the Wizard of Oz so many times, especially with all of the black-and-white color schemes. Brian really seems to finally stand up for something that he believes in by pushing the story about dumpster boy to the press, no matter what it may cost him. As always, all of the Rage references were much-appreciated as well as seeing some more of Justin's amazing artwork as he works on the third issue. Ted finally hits rock bottom in quite a shocking sequence, but it becomes somewhat better for him after he checks himself into rehab. The reunion of Ted and Blake was long-overdue, and it seemed very odd and out of place. Things have changed so much since the last time they were together, and it also appears as if positions have switched up entirely. I also have grown very attached to the Hunter storyline, and I can't wait to see what the next season has in store. His mother showing up was extremely unexpected, but even more unexpected was how nice she seemed at first compared to how evil she quickly became. As I said before, I really loved all of the uses of color, especially in the ending when things are finally looking bright again. Justin and Brian have some amazing moments, Michael runs away with Hunter, and everyone celebrates! The episode was so light-hearted and amazing, and I was very satisfied with the outcome. I still don't see why so many people complained about this season. Anyways, I loved this finale so much, and it delivered on exactly what I have come to expect from these Queer as Folk finales.

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