Queer as Folk (1999–2000)
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Episode #1.2 

Nathan's mother Janice,separated from his father Roy,discovers her son's gay magazines whilst Nathan tells best friend Donna how he feels about Stuart. Vince is still in the closet at work ... See full summary »

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Nathan Maloney
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Vince Tyler
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Stuart Jones
Paul Simpson ...
Man in Toilet
Alison Burrows ...
Sandra Docherty
Susan Cookson ...
Marcie Finch
Carla Henry ...
Donna Clarke
Ben Maguire ...
Christian Hobbs
Caroline Pegg ...
Rosalie Cotter
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Janice Maloney
Jane Cawdron ...
Helen Maloney
Saira Todd ...
Lisa Levene
Juley McCann ...
Siobhan Potter
Sarah Jones ...
Suzie Smith
David Williamson ...
Bob Green
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Nathan's mother Janice,separated from his father Roy,discovers her son's gay magazines whilst Nathan tells best friend Donna how he feels about Stuart. Vince is still in the closet at work and feels awkward when new employee Rosalie fancies him and asks him on a date,which he reluctantly attends. He is grateful for a call from Stuart and,claiming a family emergency,meets his friend for a drink. Nathan turns up and Stuart starts to find him obsessive as he has no desire to curb his promiscuity for him and,after arranging a date with another man,drives Nathan back to the boy's home. Written by don @ minifie-1

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2 March 1999 (UK)  »

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References Emmerdale Farm (1972) See more »

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Better the Devil You Know
Written by Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman
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