Queer as Folk

Queer as Folk is a 1999 British television series that chronicles the lives of three gay men let loose in Manchester's gay village around Canal Street. Both Queer as Folk and Queer as Folk 2 were written by Russell T. Davies, who was also responsible for a later gay-related drama, Bob and Rose.
Queer as Folk is a 1999 British television series that chronicles the lives of three gay men let loose in Manchester's gay village around Canal Street. Both Queer as Folk and Queer as Folk 2 were written by Russell T. Davies, who was also responsible for a later gay-related drama, Bob and Rose.

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Vince worries that he'll be stuck in his small world for ever, while Stuart remains reckless, indulging in promiscuity and law-breaking while facing a blackmail threat.

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s2e2 End of the Road
February 22, 2000
Vince worries that he'll be stuck in his small world for ever, while Stuart remains reckless, indulging in promiscuity and law-breaking while facing a blackmail threat.
Series Finale
Vince's love for Stuart is still unrequited but their relationship seems to be changing. Meanwhile, Nathan reappears after his adventure in London, cockier than ever, and aspiring to emulate his hero Stuart.

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Vince's love for Stuart is still unrequited but their relationship seems to be changing. Meanwhile, Nathan reappears after his adventure in London, cockier than ever, and aspiring to emulate his hero Stuart.
Season Premiere
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s1e1 Meeting People is Easy
February 23, 1999
February 23, 1999
Meeting People is Easy
Series Premiere
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s1e2 Unfinished Business
March 2, 1999
March 2, 1999
Unfinished Business
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s1e4 Death And Remembrance
March 16, 1999
March 16, 1999
Death And Remembrance
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s1e5 Constant Craving
March 23, 1999
March 23, 1999
Constant Craving
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s1e8 Crimes Of The Heart
April 13, 1999
April 13, 1999
Crimes Of The Heart
Season Finale
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Season Premiere
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s2e2 End of the Road
February 22, 2000
February 22, 2000
End of the Road
Series Finale

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I believe this was the better version. I can't watch Sons of Anarchy with out thinking of Queer as Folk, and that's just funny.
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Truly groundbreaking at the time it was shown in the UK. I loved this show, being let into a lifestyle in Manchester that I knew little about was exhilirating and must-watch-tv. Everyone watched it, everyone, the plots and writing were excellent and, for me, the cast was outstanding. LOVED this show! Didn't understand the double entendre in the title until years later.... :)
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