Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 7

Episode #3.7 (20 Apr. 2003)

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Emmett pleads with Brian to get Stockwell to drop the charges against Ted; Justin suspects Ethan of infidelity; Ben's steroid use gets out of hand; Mel is pregnant.



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Ethan Gold (as Fabrizio Filippo)
Jack Wetherall ...
Makyla Smith ...
Gary Brennan ...


Emmett pleads with Brian to get Stockwell to drop the charges against Ted; Justin suspects Ethan of infidelity; Ben's steroid use gets out of hand; Mel is pregnant.

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[Melanie is in the bathroom taking a pregnancy test]
Lindsay: [standing outside the bathroom] You're not supposed to test everytime you tinkle!
Melanie: Says who?
Lindsay: [laughing] You have to let Mother Nature take her course in her own sweet time!
Melanie: [poking her head out of the bathroom] Easy for her to say! She's already a mother!
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Yes!!!! Ethan's final episode!!
1 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"We all know your charming sense of humor. But we also know that deep down you care about us… even though you never admit it." ~Emmett (to Brian)

Yay! What I've been waiting for this entire season has finally happened! Ethan and Justin are officially no longer together, and there's no one to blame but Ethan himself. If it wasn't for his selfish actions and such, Justin never would have left him. Seeing Justin and Michael working on the second issue of Rage at the beginning of the episode almost made my heart burst. That was one of my favorite plot lines in season two, and I really hope that it's explored further in this season. Emmett's speech to Brian was heartfelt and spectacular. Peter Paige was just so perfect in that scene and so sincere. It was pretty sad when Michael nearly infected himself with HIV, but his technique to get Ben off steroids actually seemed to work! Emmett and Ted have a great moment in Fetch's old bed, and Emmett tells Ted some of the sweetest things. The ending of the episode was great, and I can't wait for Brian and Justin to get back together!

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