Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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Lindsay feels threatened by Mel's dating; Justin's mom announces she is seeing a younger man; Drew decides to come-out on national television.

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Melanie Marcus
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Professor Ben Bruckner
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Lindsay Peterson
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Brian Kinney
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Justin Taylor
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Ted Schmidt
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Emmett Honeycutt
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Michael Novotny
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Debbie Novotny
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Drew Boyd
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Young Man
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Bud Lockwood
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Elderly Man
Arlene Duncan ...
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Despite his ongoing worrying about missing Hunter, Ben is again capable of a lively love-life with Michael and both commit to the general mobilization against gay-bashing proposition 14, a hard fight. Even Debbie pleads in vain Mikey and Brian shouldn't sacrifice a life-long friendship for a verbal row. Despite his new success in one-night stands, Ted really longs for a stable relationship, and on Mel's advice a Jew makes the 'best husband' finds urologist Dr. Adam Bernstein, with a taste for ballet, but once his uncut cock is hornily waiting for a private performance his gentile genitals don't pass mating eligibility-muster. Brian almost despairs gloomily now all his guy friends seem to be drifting into boring monogamy, Deb bringing a macaroni casserole and joint doesn't help. Justin learns with surprise and natural reluctance his mother is finally divorced from his gay-bashing dad and dates a biker half her age since six months, Tucker 'Tuck', a teacher at Molly's school. The ... Written by KGF Vissers

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10 July 2005 (USA)  »

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