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Snaps to the makers of QAF for trying to bring their characters into the grown-up world Michael, Emmett, and Ted started their own businesses; Justin finally cut loose from Brian-but too many melodramatic plot twists and turns impeded a lot of the character development this show worked hard at during its first two seasons. Still, most of the cast was topnotch, including Harrison, whose Justin finally came into his own, and the always dependable Harold, who made Brian a fascinating creature through all his steamy travails and over-the-top encounters. --Mark Englehart
- All 14 episodes with cast and crew commentary on three episodes
- "Behind the Camera: The Director's with the cast and crew"
- "Hot Summer Days"
- "Wrap Party Reel"
- "Enter Babylon: Los Angeles"
- Music video
- Quotes, Folks, & Notes
- Animated photo gallery
- Season 4 sneak peak
- TV spots and trailers
Top Customer Reviews
Episode 1 - The aftermath of the party. Justin move out of the loft and into ?? studio. (Of course, Justin remembers his favorite sexcapades.) Tension mounts at the diner when Brian and Justin have their first post break up meeting. But it is Michael who has the meltdown. Now that Ben is not going to Tibet, he is homeless and Michael invites him to move in with him --- and Emmett. Now that they are a couple, Ted and Emmett try to have sex - easier said than done. All comes to a head at Mel and Lindsay's Anniversary Party.
Episode 2 - Brian monopolizes Michael's nights. Melanie wants to give Gus a sibling but Lindsay doesn't want to bear it. Emmett has a fling under Brian's Grandfather Rule but when Ted finds out...
Episode 3 - Brian agrees to help out with the Center's fundraiser. Melanie decides to have a baby. Debbie is afraid to be intimate with Carl but Ted and Emmett give her a course on pleasing a man. Ben can't handle the news that his ex has died.
Episode 4 - Melanie and Lindsay decide that Brian is not the right man to be the father of their second child so they ask Michael. After punishing his nephew for stealing, the boy accuses him of molesting him. Ted asks Emmett to move in with him but finds that living together is not as easy as it sounds.
Episode 5 - Brian woes a homophobic politician to get power. Ethan comes in second at a prestigious competition but catches the eye of a talent agent. Melanie has anxiety over trying to conceive. Michael catches Ben using steroids. Ethan finds there is a price for fame, he must keep Justin a secret.Read more ›
Queer as Folk is often criticized for its melodrama and insinuation (or perhaps, assumption by the public) that this is an attempt to portray the entire spectrum of gay life. But I don't think pure reality was ever the intention, the goal was for exposure, acceptance, and entertainment.
While I agree that QaF is not as realistic or as beautifully written as Six Feet Under, I still prefer it for its superior characterization. Some may argue that the characters are stereotypical, but I think those critics fail to pay enough attention to the individual personalities to see beyond the stereotype. With that assumption, anyone could be viewed as stereotypical until you get to know them. What I enjoy about QaF is that I can see my friends and family reflected in the characters of the show, whose personalities and dialogue are usually better differentiated than even Six Feet Under, and certainly more than a show like Friends, where 99% of the dialogue could be switched between speakers with absolutely no need to edit for style or content.
The character of Brian Kinney is far more complex than anything I've seen on television. Anyone who regards him as a flat character, or views his seemingly selfless acts as uncharacteristic obviously doesn't really understand his character.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent. Nice to have these episodes just like they were on TV.Published 1 month ago by Brendan Goad
Love this season! The character growth in season three is some of my favorite of the whole series. There are lots of ups and downs obviously, but I overall really enjoy it.Published 1 month ago by Kacey Donamaria
As with season 1 & 2 this did not disappoint. The continuing story of our current times and what the gay community has gone through and will continue to go through. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
i love QAF! The main characters are excellent. They are real and lovable. While some may think it to be a bit raw, it is real...and super sexy!Published 2 months ago by cindy eagleton
Just when you thought you couldn't fall more in love with the guys of QAF (and women) the writers pull us in again!Published 3 months ago by The Artist Named Marcus