Queer as Folk: Season 3, Episode 9

Episode #3.9 (11 May 2003)

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Mel and Lindsay quarrel over her long work hours now that she is pregnant; Woody's is closed down for a minor violation; Ted sinks into a deep depression.

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Woody's is closed down after an Amateur Strip Contest. Stockwell discovers Brian's gay. Ted's humiliated when he tends bar at one of Emmett's soirées. Melanie promises Lindsay she'll work less during her pregnancy, just before landing the case of a lifetime. Written by Anonymous

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Justin: You were right. Brian showed me he loved me. Every day. Even though he never said it. Even though he never will. I just didn't want to hear it.
Michael: Well it's always nice to be right.
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Refreshing and Spectacular!
2 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

"There's no shame in earning an honest day's pay for an honest day's work." ~Ted

This episode starts off amazingly. Justin and Brian dancing together intimately at Babylon? Who can think of a more perfect beginning? However, seeing Michael get jealous over and over and over again is starting to get very annoying. The plot line between Brian and Stockwell is actually a pretty interesting one at that. The beginning of the episode where the two of them lie in the hot tub together… naked… was pretty interesting. One of the episode's funniest moments is Debbie running to save her boyfriend from consuming something she knows to contain salmonella. Michael and Justin working on the Rage cover, as always, is a spectacular treat to watch. Seeing Ted get so upset and depressed was kind of sad and unfortunate, especially his little freak-out on Emmett. The argument with Debbie and the Detective as well as the one between Melanie and Lindsay was well-written and acted. The ending scene was absolutely incredible, but I suppose that is to be expected by now. Nearly every single Brian/Justin sex scene I've seen has been absolutely incredible, and this one was no exception.


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