Queer as Folk (2000–2005)
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Anything in Common 

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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Young Man
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Elderly Man
Arlene Duncan ...
Second Republican Lady


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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Kitchen Sex = HOTT!
5 February 2008 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

Episode 509 "I'm coming! I'M COMING!" ~Michael

This episode was great! With Drew coming out to everyone, Michael and Ben's hot kitchen sex (sorry, it had to be mentioned), and Melanie and Lindsay finally getting back together, this episode was just superb in like every way. I loved how cute and innocent and how very much in-character Brian's apology to Michael was. The two of them were and should always be the very best of friends. Proposition 14 has become a very interesting component for the season. One of the best parts of the episode was where Ted thinks he's finally found his dream guy… and it turns out to be some guy who only wants to be with someone Jewish. I can't believe I'm almost done with the series!

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