Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 8

Episode #3.8 (27 Apr. 2003)

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Justin decides to win Brian back and begins by interning at his agency; Ted is unhappy with Emmett being the breadwinner; Michael and Ben try to help a young hustler.

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Justin decides to win Brian back and begins by interning at his agency; Ted is unhappy with Emmett being the breadwinner; Michael and Ben try to help a young hustler.

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Michael tells Ben that he wants to watch Spider-Man (2002) once more. Hal Sparks, who plays Michael, would appear in Spider-Man 2 (2004). See more »

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Justin: And you're so smart? If you had any fucking brains at all you never would have let me leave. You would have told me I was making the biggest mistake of my life, that I would regret it as long as I live. You would have told me that what you gave me was a thousand...a million times better than anything he had to offer. You would have told me you loved me.
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The perfect couple returns!
1 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"Stand up for yourself for a change! Have some balls!" ~Brian (to Justin)

This episode was amazing, if not for just one thing: Justin and Brian are FINALLY back together again! The ending of this episode was really lovely and it gives so much hope for the future of the Justin/Brian relationship after their time apart. Emmett was great in this episode when he finally got to host an event. My favorite parts of this episode, though, were definitely the scenes where Justin and Brian reconnected, especially the ending and the scene where the two of them are quarreling alone in the office. One thing that I didn't like, though, was the entire subplot with that annoying hustler kid; it kind of felt like that entire plot line was thrown in there out of nowhere. Ted hurting his back was also kind of random, but it worked well enough in this episode I suppose. All fans know, though, that the center of this episode was the Justin/Brian relationship getting back off the ground, and that is the aspect that is accomplished most beautifully.


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