The Babylon bombing brings Mel and Lindsay closer; Brian decides to make some changes in his life; Michael continues to struggle for his life in the hospital.

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The Babylon bombing brings Mel and Lindsay closer; Brian decides to make some changes in his life; Michael continues to struggle for his life in the hospital.

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Brian: You won't marry me. Who could blame you? I am, without a doubt, the worst candidate for marriage alive. But, conversely, that's also the reason that I'm the best candidate.
Justin: And how's that?
Brian: Because as strongly as I was opposed to the idea, now that I'm behind it, I am as fervently and passionately committed.
Justin: Uh-huh. And what changed your mind?
Brian: I finally thought of one good reason to do it.
Justin: And what is that one good reason?
Brian: To prove to the person that I love how much I love him. That I would give...
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Risking it all for Love...
6 February 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

Episode 511 "My partner… my husband was critically injured last night in the bombing. Nearly died. If I lived in a bubble, it just burst." ~Ben

This episode was just incredible. In the final moments, I was reminded of the very first episode, the very first time that we see Brian lay eyes on Justin and the journey that this series has brought us on. In many ways, this episode would have been an extremely satisfying series finale. It ended with loads of hope, lots of love, and it was filled with several spectacular scenes. Hunter's return, Ted bringing Michael flowers after finally accepting that Michael's injuries weren't his fault, Melanie and Lindsay deciding to move elsewhere, Drew Boyd and Emmett in what seems to be complete happiness, and finally one of my favorite scenes in the series with Brian and Justin engaged and in the mansion all make this episode simply perfect. It's so refreshing, after five long years, to hear Brian tell Justin that he loves him. Amazing episode.


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