Queer as Folk (1999–2000)
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Handsome and arrogant, Stuart Jones can have anybody he wants on the Manchester gay club scene and knows it, as do his less confident friends Vince, whom he knew from their school days, and... See full summary »

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Muscle Man
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Lisa Levene
Esther Hall ...
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Siobhan Potter
Sarah Jones ...
Suzie Smith
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Handsome and arrogant, Stuart Jones can have anybody he wants on the Manchester gay club scene and knows it, as do his less confident friends Vince, whom he knew from their school days, and Phil. One night Stuart picks up inexperienced but eager twink Nathan and takes him home for a good seeing-to, subsequently discovering that, at fifteen and still at school, the boy is legally too young for gay sex. Their session is interrupted by news that Alfie, a baby, sired by Stuart for his lesbian friends Lisa and Romey, has been born and he visits in the hospital. Next morning Vince drops Nathan off at school but graffiti on his car alerts the other kids to the fact that Nathan is gay. Written by don @ minifie-1

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23 February 1999 (UK)  »

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Vince Tyler: Sometimes, you get a good Thursday, sometimes a bog-standard Thursday, sometimes you get a shit Thursday. This Thursday was mental. Thursday night in Babylon used to be '70s night but they changed it. Thursday night is '90s night,which makes you feel ancient. Thanks very much. l spent all night chasing after some bloke who turns out to be mad. Like, really mad. He had every episode of Juliet Bravo on tape.
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Beautiful Ones
Written by Brett Anderson and Richard Oakes
Performed by Suede
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