Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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In what is shaping up to be a three-way custody battle, Michael is stunned when Brian gives Lindsay financial help so she can make a bid for custody as well.



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Robert Allan ...
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Bud Lockwood
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Joyce Gordon ...


Despite Barnum publicity and a blitz SM act, Brian's club still gets none of Popperz' clientèle back, yet he waves Ted's suggestion to sell Babylon as valuable real-estate. Emmet, who feels like an outsider among his TV studio colleagues. After one show he's told 'The Queer Guy' is to be canceled as 'not queer enough', but his trade-mark flamboyant second one-minute segment turns the tide. Justin and Debbie help Mikey and Ben move into their new house. Fearing Mel's professional advantage, Lindsay sees no alternative but take Brian's money to get her own aggressive lawyer. Now Mikey feels like they'll have to split custody three-ways. Carl Horvath tells Debbie his income is enough for both of them, so she starts interviewing for a replacement. She settles with Loretta who needs the job more and gets a big farewell, but Mikey's flowers really do it for her. Written by KGF Vissers

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29 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Episode #5.3
20 May 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I will continue to root for Michael in this custody battle, it is stupid to believe that he can't have his daughter for some days before she is four. This is very possible. And Brian is disgusting for going against Mchael in it. It is interesting though to see all three of them fighting each other in this.

Emmett once again brought some light to the episode. I am not so much a fan of this story as it isn't very interesting, but it brings a few laughters

Rosie O'Donnel did a good job, I wonder if she will be more on the show now. But the Diner without Debbie just isn't the same...

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