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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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Horace Abel ...
Iron Man #1
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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 The Stepford Wives (2004) See more »


Written by Bryan Corbett and Debby Holiday
Performed by Debby Holiday
Courtesy of Nebula 9 Records
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Annoying but still great
6 February 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

Episode 512 "There's only so far you can bend before you break." ~Michael

I have to say that this episode truly annoyed me. It wasn't that it was bad or anything, but some aspects seemed to be thrown out of nowhere just for the sake of the show ending. Where did Tad come from, and why does Justin's artwork all of a sudden come back into the picture? I suppose the show makes many things emerge without explanations, but I just don't think enough happened in this episode. I just know that there is absolutely no way the finale is going to tie up all the loose ends and leave me satisfied. I loved every Brian and Justin scene, and it was amazing to see them back together again. I also loved the subtle use of quotes from the first couple of scenes, and the relationship with Emmett and Drew is most interesting. Justin dancing with his mother was cute and felt much-needed. I just can't seem to recall Justin spending much time with his mother since season one. I highly doubt Brian's parents or Justin's father will be brought up again in the finale, but I really wish that they would be. I'd prefer all loose ends to be tied up. Despite annoying me, this episode wasn't really bad by any means. I loved the Brian/Justin sex at the beginning of the episode, and Emmett and Drew's final moments almost bring tears to your eyes.

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