Queer as Folk (1999–2000)
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Episode #1.8 

Vince is terrified that Rosalie will out him at work and is surprised by her sympathetic response. He and Cameron attend a function organized by Stuart's PR company,where Vince sees Stuart ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Esther Hall ... Romey Sullivan
... Stuart Jones
Alfie Robinson ... Baby Alfred
... Roger Clements (as Adam Heywood Fogerty)
Susan Cookson ... Marcie Finch
... Vince Tyler
Caroline Pegg ... Rosalie Cotter
Michael Atkinson ... Mr. Latham
Ben Maguire ... Christian Hobbs
... Nathan Maloney
Carla Henry ... Donna Clarke
Alison Burrows ... Sandra Docherty
Saira Todd ... Lisa Levene
John Brobbey ... Lance Amponah
Juley McCann ... Siobhan Potter
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Vince is terrified that Rosalie will out him at work and is surprised by her sympathetic response. He and Cameron attend a function organized by Stuart's PR company,where Vince sees Stuart being rebuffed by a man he is making a play for. Stuart is devastated by his rejection and starts drinking heavily. Vince tells Cameron he thinks Stuart is shallow and Cameron puts this to the test by asking that they become an official couple. Meanwhile Lance is arrested and faces deportation after fighting a Home Office official. Romey believes that Stuart has squealed on him but the informant turns out to be Nathan,who,having robbed his father's wallet,heads for London. Written by don @ minifie-1

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13 April 1999 (UK)  »

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Stuart Alan Jones: You've done nothing Vince. You go to wrok, you go for a drink, you sit and watch cheap science fiction. Small and tiny world. What's so impressive about that, what's there to love?
Vince Tyler: ...yeah.
Stuart Alan Jones: It was good enough for me.
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References Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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Karma Chameleon
Written by Boy George (as George O'Dowd), Jon Moss, Mikey Craig (as Michael Craig),
Roy Hay and Phil Pickett
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