Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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An event at Babylon to bring more attention to Proposition 14 ends in tragedy.

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Episode credited cast:
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Melanie Marcus
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Professor Ben Bruckner
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Lindsay Peterson
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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
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Reporter
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Drew Boyd
Chris Benson ...
Football Coach
Rae Ellen Bodie ...
Dusty
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Tucker
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Eli
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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 Madame X (1966) See more »

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Lover I Don't Have to Love
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Written by Conor Oberst
Performed by Bright Eyes
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