Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 6

One Ring to Rule Them All (13 Apr. 2003)

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Thanks to Brian's marketing savvy, Stockwell leads the polls; Michael discovers Ben's steroid use; Ted is arrested just when he and Emmett meet the neighbors.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Fab Filippo ...
Ethan Gold (as Fabrizio Filippo)
Jack Wetherall ...
Makyla Smith ...


Thanks to Brian's marketing savvy, Stockwell leads the polls; Michael discovers Ben's steroid use; Ted is arrested just when he and Emmett meet the neighbors.

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1 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"If I wanna sleep at night, I can take a Zanex… or watch your ad." ~Brian

This was a great episode, filled with more flowing emotions and lots and lots of drama. Justin encounters his first real big problem with Ethan after Ethan pretends that Justin is his cousin. Justin's talk with Daphne is among the best scenes in the episode. When Michael first confronts Ben about using the steroids, he says that they are something he needs, and he flexes and acts all cute and innocent. But as everyone knows, steroids are never a good thing, and they always end up hurting you body in the end. With the final words in the episode between Ben and Michael, I have to say that I don't see things ending well with the whole steroids deal. The way that things happened with Ben and Brian in the locker room was a very unique development indeed, and the scene afterward where Brian tells Michael about what Ben did was kind of saddening. Ben has become so tragic, so lost in his misery that he can't even see that he isn't happy. I thought that Emmett and Ted's neighbors were hilarious, and I wasn't expecting what happened with the cops to happen at all. The ending with Justin and Brian was just as good as the usual endings, and I loved the closeup on Randy Harrison's face. 306 was spectacular!

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