Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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Mr. Right (Never Broke a Promise) 

Brian proposes marriage to Justin; Mel and Lindsay want to to escape sexual preference discrimination: in Toronto; Emmett catches Drew with another; Ted thinks to have found Mr. Right.



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Episode credited cast:
Melanie Marcus
Professor Ben Bruckner
Lindsay Peterson
Brian Kinney
Justin Taylor
Ted Schmidt
Emmett Honeycutt
Michael Novotny
Debbie Novotny
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Horace Abel ...
Iron Man #1
James 'Hunter' Montgomery
Drew Boyd
Tim Dutaud ...
Iron Man #2
Dizzy Queen


Brian and Justin enjoy exhaustingly christening every room in their vast mansion with hot flowing semen, the surprising wedding invitations hit everybody like lightning, Ben finally gets Michael to go congratulate Brian- and be instantly made best man; Hunter is busboy at Debbie's, the worst chores so he might reconsider school- it works, fast. Ted shows Em his hot mate Tad, who might be Mr. Right. Em supports Drew when his Iron men team admits they need him back to win the championship, but cuts Drew off after seeing him kiss one man in a nightclub, Deb suggests patience with the gay-emotional adolescent, Em agrees to let him loose to get experiences 'till majority. The lesbos announce they move to Toronto, afraid of US gaybashers, but only if the fathers accept them taking the kids- Brian does, Michael not but ends up giving in to child-safety, Justin convinces Brian he's a loving father too, so his answer is: not with Gus. Justin needs no time to refuse Linz's suggestion to move to... Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance



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31 July 2005 (USA)  »

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References Xanadu (1980) See more »


Written by Bryan Corbett and Debby Holiday
Performed by Debby Holiday
Courtesy of Nebula 9 Records
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Episode #5.12
21 May 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is usually hard to watch the final episodes of a show that you like with characters that grew on you. This is the case for me now as well. Everything is just going to end and to bring everyone's story to a more or less satisfying finale.

I loved the reactions of everyone to Justin and Brian's wedding invitation, absolutely hilarious! Ted's spitting water out of his mouth made me almost spit my juice as well.

Michael finding out that Brian was at the hospital was great, and them reconciling was a beautiful scene.

The whose story with Tad wasn't so great. It is too close to the end for me to actually care about the character or care much about the relationship's future since I didn't see it develop and the chemistry grow. It feels like they just didn't know what to do with Ted at the end and came up with this mediocre closure.

I am glad Justin to think over the situation with Gus. I find it very sad that the kids will be taken away from the fathers. And when in one of the scenes it was said that Mel and Lindsay are parents, not Brian and Michael it made me feel very upset since this isn't true. Michael was a great parent and to be honest I didn't notice until today that Brian didn't play a role in Gus's life since he was always there when it came to important events in his life. I am glad Lindsay was so level headed when Brian said he doesn't approve of them leaving, Mel acted as if they owed them this approval.

Too bad for Emmett that it isn't working out with Drew. I am not sure I like how it went either, since when is it such a necessity to be promiscuous in the beginning of one's sexual life? Maturity isn't about how many people one slept with before. It is just who Drew is. No need to make it look like a rule or a norm.

And now there is only the finale left....

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