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Queer as folk. / Disc 2

Author: Michelle ClunieRobert GantThea GillGale HaroldRandy HarrisonAll authors
Publisher: [United States] : Showtime Entertainment, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Collector's edView all editions and formats
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Episode 5. Having lost hand control after his bashing, Justin quits art school (he's lost the fine motor skills needed to hold a brush). Michael decides to quit the big Q and risks all to buy a comic book store. Ted ditches his new accounting job to start his own porno website. Episode 6. Justin and Brian negotiate their relationship-- it's not like your parents! Ted's new business flourishes thanks to Emmett. Could  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Michelle Clunie; Robert Gant; Thea Gill; Gale Harold; Randy Harrison; Scott Lowell; Peter Paige; Hal Sparks; Sharon Gless; Sheila Hockin; Lisa Grootenboer; Wendy Hallam Martin; David Wellington; Ron Cowen; Daniel Lipman; Bruce McDonald; Michael Decarlo; Alex Chapple; Showtime Entertainment.; Tony Jonas Productions.; Cowlip Productions.; Temple Street Productions.
ISBN: 1932228284 9781932228281
OCLC Number: 52250536
Language Note: Includes Spanish language version. Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Notes: Videodisc release of four episodes of Queer as folk originally broadcast on television in 2002.
Based on the British series created by Russell T. Davies.
"SHO2028."
Credits: Producer, Sheila Hockin (episodes 5-8) ; editors, Lisa Grootenboer (episodes 5-7), Wendy Hallam Martin (episode 8).
Episode 5. Director, David Wellington ; writers, Ron Cowen, Daniel Lipman, Efrem Seeger. Episode 6. Director, Bruce McDonald ; writers, Ron Cowen, Daniel Lipman, Matt Pyken, Michael Berns. Episode 7. Director, Michael Decarlo ; writers, Ron Cowen, Daniel Lipman, Blair Fell. Episode 8. Director, Alex Chapple ; writers, Ron Cowen, Daniel Lipman, Michael MacLennan.
Cast: Michelle Clunie, Robert Gant (episodes 6-8), Thea Gill, Gale Harold, Randy Harrison, Scott Lowell, Peter Paige, Hal Sparks, Sharon Gless.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 160 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Queer as folk :
Queer as folk (Television program : United States)
Responsibility: Showtime Entertainment ; Tony Jonas Productions ; a Cowlip production ; Temple Street Productions.

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Episode 5. Having lost hand control after his bashing, Justin quits art school (he's lost the fine motor skills needed to hold a brush). Michael decides to quit the big Q and risks all to buy a comic book store. Ted ditches his new accounting job to start his own porno website. Episode 6. Justin and Brian negotiate their relationship-- it's not like your parents! Ted's new business flourishes thanks to Emmett. Could one of Michael's first customers turn out to be the love of his life? Lindsay can't stand Ted's dirty little business. Melanie shares a dirty little secret of her own. Episode 7. Michael decides to continue dating HIV positive Ben, despite the objections of Brian, Ted, Emmett, and his mother, Debbie. Lindsay and Melanie struggle to get money for their wedding from Lindsay's parents. Success on Ted's porno site is swelling Emmett's ... ego. Episode 8. Michael tries to forget Ben by re-entering the dating scene. Justin has an encounter with a boy closer to his age than Brian. Emmett is surprised when he meets his secret admirer-- very surprised.

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