Queer as Folk (1999–2000)
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Episode #1.6 

Marie and Stuart go to see their parents to discuss matters but the whole relationship is fraught and matters are not helped by the fact that Stuart has never told his parents that he is ... See full summary »

Director:

Sarah Harding

Writers:

Russell T. Davies, Russell T. Davies (creator)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ger Ryan ... Margaret Jones
Aidan Gillen ... Stuart Jones
Caroline Pegg Caroline Pegg ... Rosalie Cotter
Craig Kelly ... Vince Tyler
Peter O'Brien ... Cameron Roberts
Alison Burrows Alison Burrows ... Sandra Docherty
Antony Cotton ... Alexander Perry
Maria Doyle Kennedy ... Marie Threepwood
Ian McElhinney ... Clive Jones
Denise Black ... Hazel Tyler
Andy Devine Andy Devine ... Bernard Thomas
Charlie Hunnam ... Nathan Maloney
Caroline O'Neill ... Janice Maloney
Jonathon Natynczyk Jonathon Natynczyk ... Dazz Collinson
Carla Henry ... Donna Clarke
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Marie and Stuart go to see their parents to discuss matters but the whole relationship is fraught and matters are not helped by the fact that Stuart has never told his parents that he is gay. Vince,however,is much cheered by the attentions of Cameron,whom he begins to date,and who charms Hazel when they visit her. Nathan's rebellious attitude is,however,causing a problem so Stuart,actually admitting some liability for a change,agrees to talk to the boy. Unfortunately when they arrive at Janice's house,her estranged husband Roy is there and he makes his feelings about Stuart very clear. Stuart retaliates in flippant fashion,leaving the house with Nathan and leaving matters unresolved. Stuart also learns that Romey,displeased at his failure to visit his son,is planning to marry Lance,an African in order to give him British citizenship. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama

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Release Date:

30 March 1999 (UK) See more »

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Red Production Company See more »
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Connections

References Pinocchio (1940) See more »

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I Didn't Know I Was Looking For Love
Written by Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn
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