Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 4

Episode #3.4 (30 Mar. 2003)

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Ted and Emmett move in together and find they are truly opposites; Mel and Lindsay ask Michael to father their child; Brian is forced to baby-sit his spoiled nephew.

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Ted and Emmett move in together and find they are truly opposites; Mel and Lindsay ask Michael to father their child; Brian is forced to baby-sit his spoiled nephew.

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Justin: I'm not antisocial, I just can't stand people.
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References The Lost Boys (1987) See more »

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I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)
Written by Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland and Edward Holland
Performed by Levi Stubbs, 'Abdul "Duke' Fakir', 'Renaldo "Obie' Benson', Lawrence Payton and The Four Tops
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Fantastic!
1 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Hey Brian, got yourself a new boyfriend?" "He's even younger than the last one!" ~Ted and Emmett

Episode 304 was simply fantastic in every way, with some conflict between Emmett and Ted and the suspicious trips that Ben constantly makes to the gym. The Ben/Michael shower scene early on in the episode was absolute eye candy to watch, mostly thanks to how gorgeous both Hal Sparks and Robert Gant are. Brian also has quite a few scenes that work very well with his younger nephew, which leads to a big conflict with his family after the nephew says that Brian molested him. The last scene that Brian and Justin have together in this episode was a really great scene, and I'm still holding up hope that the two of them will find some way to get back together!


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