Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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How Far You Can Go 

Debbie feels left out of Vic's new life; Ben asks Michael for an honest opinion of his new book; Cody challenges Justin to confront his violent side.

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Melanie Marcus
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Professor Ben Bruckner
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Lindsay Peterson
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Brian Kinney
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Justin Taylor
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Ted Schmidt
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Emmett Honeycutt
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Michael Novotny
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Debbie Novotny
Jack Wetherall ...
Vic Grassi
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James 'Hunter' Montgomery
Makyla Smith ...
Daphne Chanders
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Cody Bell
Alec McClure ...
Christopher Mark Hobbs
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Cynthia
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Cody, who grew up in a violent neighborhood and was multiply abused as a kid by gay-bashers including his dad, takes his suburban Posse mate Justin, who wasn't even allowed a toy gun, to gun practice. Brian worries when he finds out Cody gave his previously pacifist boyfriend a gun. Cody traces Justin's own one-time abuser Christian Hobbs; they face him... Ted's next re-socializing step is to offer everyone written apologies. Emmet has found a place and moves, but comes to realize he craves company, like Deb in her empty nest. Michael lies about Ben's new book to spare author and boyfriend's feelings, but soon must admit it was boring and confusing; his honesty is met with patronizing a less literate 'comics reader', yet confirmed by the publisher. Mel can't handle it when her lesbian clients couple fires her because her male partner stands a better chance with the prejudiced judge. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance

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16 May 2004 (USA)  »

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