An event at Babylon to bring more attention to Proposition 14 ends in tragedy.



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Brian has got a clean bill of oncology, decides to go celebrate in the Sidney Mardi Gras and passionately prepares: pumping an Aussie stud for information and with his healthy seed. Brown Athletic refuses to go ahead with now outed Drew as campaign celebrity: after the sports world even Brian is forced to dump him, Ted finds a hot, womanizing alternative fast: Chargers halfback Andy Prather. The fight against homophobic Proposal 14 is uphill, after the hotel venue was denied for the center's benefit Mikey has to swallow his proud break-up with Brian -even worsened by the Drew dump- and ask him to allow it at Babylon: now Brian even waves 'as his contribution' the $10,000 hotel Le Montage would have charged. Ted tries to find a mate on a website for gay quality career men, alas all too dull to advertise for more then cuddling after a long day, but he seems to hit on life with Lewis, who braves his phobia for crowds to join Ted at the benefit but regrets it bitterly: a major explosion ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance



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17 July 2005 (USA)  »

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[Cyndi Lauper, wearing a firefighter jacket, helps a man injured in the explosion]
Gay Guy: You mind if I tell people Cyndi Lauper saved my life?
Cyndi Lauper: Nah, you do that. My manager would.
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References The Partridge Family (1970) See more »


Written by Cyndi Lauper and William Wittman
Performed by Cyndi Lauper
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6 February 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

Episode 510 "What if I lose him? What am I gonna do?" ~Debbie

This episode was amazing, possibly the best episode of the entire series. Things start out promising but quickly head for the worst. A fundraiser goes completely wrong and ends in a shocking injury (and possible death.) The acting is amazing. The script was utter perfection and the final few minutes left my mouth agape. The series has always been leading in this direction. I'm so happy that we finally got exactly what we were waiting for. Breathtaking, stunning, and just incredible. This is quite possibly the best hour of television ever, bringing together so many characters and doing such a superb job with the execution. I can't wait to see how it all ends!

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