Queer as Folk: Season 4, Episode 11

Gay or Straight? That's the Question (27 Jun. 2004)

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Brian fund-raises for the gay center; Emmett and Drew continue their affair; Sam is ready to fight for Lindsay; Ben and Michael have suspicions about Hunter.



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Brian goes head-to-head with the fund-raiser hired by the Center. Hunter leads Ben and Michael to believe he might be hustling again. Debbie tries to woo Carl back. Sam isn't ready to give up on Lindsay. Emmett and Drew continue their affair. Written by Anonymous

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

Episode 411 "I ordered our favorite, Mighty Man Meat! Sausage, Pepperoni, Meatball, Ham, and Bacon!" ~Michael

This episode was interesting, and kind of ironic. Lindsay's relationship with the artist is finally discovered by Melanie, and neither of them are too thrilled about it. I never thought I would ever see Lindsay with another woman, yet alone a man. Emmett's relationship with Boyd the football star is just bizarre. I'm not sure that it's half as good of a story arc as it was in season three, but it still at least makes sense. It's very easy to see Emmett falling for Boyd, so it makes the relationship somewhat believable. Callie, Hunter's new girlfriend, is kind of strange, but it really seems like they love each other. Mel and Lindsay's conversation as well as Emmett waiting in the hotel room with Boyd were both very touching sequences. Overall not the greatest episode, but it was really quite enjoyable.

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