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Just a Little Help 

After spending all his money getting Stockwell defeated, Brian is at a crossroads about his future; Michael and Hunter return home to face the custody hearing.

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An epidemic of gay community benefits feels smothering. Even now he's unemployed and has spent most of his fortune on the election, Brian refuses to relinquish any control by accepting help, including his partner Justin's. Hunter's ma threatens Ben to go to the police with kidnapping charges, but Michael refuses to hand the kid back; once they have to, Mel promises them legal help. Finding Ted's orchid 'Droopy' dying in lesbian 'care' gets Emmet to learn his ex is in rehab, actually counseled by Blake Wyzecki, who is however committed to another man; Ted gets out, but is extremely bitter, even considers suicide. Now Stockwell is indited, Gardner Vance has to beg Brian to return to Vanguard at his terms, including a private jacuzzi and unlimited expense account. Yet the publicity genius refuses a non-competition clause, even informs his top clients he is starting his own agency; when they don't bite, he puts his loft for sale trough Justin's mother Jennifer Taylor, who waves her ... Written by KGF Vissers

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18 April 2004 (USA)  »

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Debbie's shirt reads "Fuck yoga" See more »

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[Ted is scrubbing floors at the rehabilitation center]
Ted Schmidt: I wonder if they made Elizabeth Taylor do this.
Blake Wyzecki: Absolutely. In her diamonds.
Ted Schmidt: Well, maybe I'd feel better about it if I was wearing a 600-carat choker.
Blake Wyzecki: I'll pick one up for you while I'm out.
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Just as moving as it is hilarious...
9 January 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

Episode 401 "Hey Todd? How's it going?" ~Justin

This episode starts with a bang and ends with one, both of which involve a very interesting drag queen with an amazing voice. It was really interesting to see Brian, for the very first time, in a spot of financial trouble. He went to such great lengths to stand up for what he really believed in, and it was fascinating to see the events unfold. As usual, I totally worship any mentioning of Rage, as it was by far my favorite plot point in season two. Ted has some amazing scenes with Blake, but it's very saddening to see him with someone other than Emmett. Hunter is awesome now, and looking back I can't believe how much I hated him at first. It was really neat to see Michael so against character, taking in Hunter and living with him, albeit for a short period of time. This was a fantastic season premier, and I'm really hoping that season four isn't as bad as I've been hearing. So far, it's off to a fabulous start!


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