Brian and Justin prepare to marry. Lindsay and Melanie move to Canada. Michael's asked to represent the Committee for Human Rights. Ted sees his relationship with Tad (Ben Bass) for what it really is. The beat of Babylon continues.
Brian and Justin are getting married! Melanie and Lindsay plan on moving the family to Canada-where they won't be humiliated because of their sexual orientation. Ted may have finally found his Mr. Right. Emmett catches Drew with another man.
Brian reevaluates his priorities after the bombing of Babylon. Michael continues to recover in the hospital, and a Liberty Avenue vigil for the victims ends in chaos.
Cyndi Lauper makes a guest appearance as Babylon plays host to the Stop Prop14 Benefit - an event that changes everyone's lives.
The gang fights against Proposition 14. Michael and Brian still aren't speaking to each other while Lindsay and Melanie's in-house separation heats up. Drew (Matt Battaglia) finally comes out. Ted begins his quest for his Mr. Right.
Justin lands himself in jail; Brian and Brandon make their way through the list; Ben grieves Hunter's departure; Melanie and Lindsay attempt an in-house separation; Emmett's stalker reveals himself.
Proposition 14 threatens same-sex couples, while Brian deals with the threat of Brandon's presence in his world; Justin's decision creates a rift between Brian and Michael; Ted struggles to remember that he's with Troy in order to exact revenge; Lindsay decides to give her parents a chance and moves back home with Gus.
Brian's reign as hottest man at Babylon is challenged by a new stud. Ted has an opportunity for revenge on an old flame. Ben and Michael help Hunter lift his spirits and get back to school. Bored as a lady of leisure, Debbie goes back to the diner.
Brian has news to share with Justin and all of his former partners. Lindsay drops out of the custody battle over Jenny Rebecca while Hunter considers returning to the streets. Post cosmetic surgery, Ted attempts to drop out of the social scene.
Brian remains steadfast in his belief that marriage is the death of a relationship; Debbie has a hard time accepting her role as a lady of leisure, especially when she discovers that Loretta has stolen her act; Ted decides to undergo an extreme makeover.
Brian and Michael grow further apart as one struggles to save Liberty Avenue from gentrification and the other embraces domestic life. However, the street may never be the same when Debbie decides to retire from the diner and Loretta Pye (Rosie O'Donnell) takes over.
Brian re-opens Babylon. Justin returns to Pittsburgh after the studio pulls the plug on "Rage." Michael pursues custody of his daughter, and Ted pursues a new look. Emmett lands the role of Pittsburgh's resident "Queer Guy" on the local news.
The fifth season begins with Michael throwing a surprise 10th anniversary party for Melanie and Lindsay - but the evening doesn't quite turn out as planned. Meanwhile, Justin's stay in Hollywood is extended, affecting his relationship with Brian, who invests his Kinnetik profits in a new venture at Ted's suggestion.
The fifth season begins with Justin living in Hollywood indefinitely, causing Brian to turn his attention to a risky real estate investment, Babylon. His club- going lifestyle becomes an issue with Michael and Ben, who are considering a life in the suburbs. Melanie and Lindsay surprise everyone with the news of their split, and enter into an intense three-way battle with Michael over the custody of their daughter. And Ted fights aging with an extreme makeover.
Season 4. Michael and Ben have trouble crossing into the U.S. as a married couple; Ted and Emmett get lost in the woods on the way to a 12-step meeting, while Brian takes a nasty fall and breaks his collarbone; Melanie goes into labor; 'Rage' is given the green light.
Emmett supports Ted by signing up for the Liberty Ride. Elsewhere, Lindsay goes to Brian for advice about Melanie.
Queer As Folk clip - starring Michelle Clunie, Thea Gill, Gale Harold, Randy Harrison, Scott Lowell, Peter Paige.
The fifth season begins with Justin living in Hollywood indefinitely, causing Brian to turn his attention to a risky real estate investment, Babylon. His club-going lifestyle becomes an issue with Michael and Ben, who are considering a life in the suburbs. Melanie and Lindsay surprise everyone with the news of their split, and enter into an intense three-way battle with Michael over the custody of their daughter. And Ted fights aging with an extreme makeover.
The fourth season finds Brian, now broke and unemployed, attempting to rebuild his life. Michael returns to Pittsburgh to fight for custody of Hunter with Ben. Justin joins a vigilante group where he discovers his buried anger. Also, as Ted progresses into his sobriety, Emmett deals with the fallout from their breakup. And Melanie and Lindsay await the birth of their second child.
The second season of the groundbreaking and critically-acclaimed series continues to follow the lives of Brian, Michael, Justin, Emmett, Ted, Melanie and Lindsay and their friends, families and lovers. Emotions and passions swirl around this group of gay men and women as they deal with the struggles and joys of life and love.
We pick up where season two left off, after Justin has chosen the romantic Ethan over Brian. As Brian adjusts to life without Justin, Michael and Ben face the complexities of an HIV positive/negative relationship. Ted and Emmett discover that best friends can become lovers, but even with an extensive history between them, they've still got a lot to discover about each other. Melanie and Lindsay make a major decision that will impact the shape of their family.
Queer as Folk, a drama based on Britain's controversial series, is about the lives of a group of gay men and women living in Pittsburgh. Focusing on their relationships, their careers, their loves and ambitions, the series is a brave, realistic, funny and sometimes graphic portrayal of society. We discover characters as real as the people next door doing everyday jobs, raising a child, looking forward to the weekend -all with a strong and healthy interest in romance and sex.
This groundbreaking series became a TV phenomenon in the U.K. and inspired a long-running American remake. Witty, daring, and unapologetic, it celebrates gay culture while tackling universal themes of friendship, love, self-acceptance, and adulthood.
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