Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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We Will Survive! 

Brian and Justin prepare for marriage, while Mel and Lindsay prepare to move to Canada; Both Ted and Emmett find surprises at a ski-weekend.



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Greg Campbell ...
Kiki / Kenny
Eve Crawford ...
Congresswoman Eve Edelstein


Brian and Justin prepare to marry. Lindsay and Melanie say goodbyes before moving to Canada with Gus. Michael and Ben make a decision with Hunter. Ted loses jealous Tad but gets a delightful surprise on a ski trip. The beat of Babylon continues... Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance



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7 August 2005 (USA)  »

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While on the Liberty Ride, Ted tells Emmett that it's his birthday (for being sober) and Emmett reminds him that his birthday is in August. However, Ted has been planning a birthday party for himself but Ted's current boyfriend, Tad, canceled the restaurant reservations and plans to take him to a ski lodge for the weekend. Ski lodges are not open for skiing in August. See more »


[opening lines of the series finale]
Michael: They say that change is good for you, that it keeps you on your toes. Well, if that's true, I should be a fuckin ballerina.
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References What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) See more »


Performed by Heather Small
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"We will survive"
27 December 2008 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

For those who have missed the opportunity to watch this series, I have great sympathy. Without spoiling anything, I can safely say that the final episode leaves you with so much mixed emotion. You want to laugh. You want to cry. You feel joy. Your heart breaks. It's like watching your best friend driving off into the sunset. You don't know if you would ever see him again, but you draw happiness from the fact that he is now immortal and you didn't have to watch him die, or become something you wouldn't recognize. A blaze of glory. a shining inspiration. Unforgettable. That's how Queer as Folk will always be remembered. We hope to see a film very soon.

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