Queer As Folk clip - starring Michelle Clunie, Thea Gill, Gale Harold, Randy Harrison, Scott Lowell, Peter Paige.
Emmett supports Ted by signing up for the Liberty Ride. Elsewhere, Lindsay goes to Brian for advice about Melanie.
Brian decides to participate in the Liberty Ride. Elsewhere, Hunter reveals to Callie that he's HIV-positive.
Brian grapples with the effects of his surgery. Meanwhile, a former student of Ben's creates a rift between him and Michael.
Michael and Justin receive an offer to turn "Rage" into a movie. Elsewhere, Debbie and Vic get into a heated argument that will change their lives.
When Brian runs into a snag with his new agency, he turns to Ted for help. Later, a social worker's visit with Michael and Ben doesn't go as planned.
Brian decides to start his own agency. Meanwhile, Ted tries to adjust to life after rehab, and Justin urges a friend to push back against his bashers.
Deep in debt, Brian faces giving up the lifestyle he's grown accustomed to. Meanwhile, Michael and Hunter head to Pittsburgh for the custody hearing.
Brian risks everything to bring down Stockwell on the eve of the election. Ted finally hits rock bottom. Hunter's mother arrives to take him away.
Hunter collects evidence tying Dumpster Boy's murder to Stockwell. Justin risks expulsion when he refuses to apologize for his anti-Stockwell posters.
Brian investigates the death of Dumpster Boy based on a tip from Hunter. Emmett is furious when Melanie and Lindsay insist Ted's an addict.
Brian is fired for undermining Stockwell's campaign. Ben and Michael tell Hunter he's HIV-positive. Ted's tempted to go to his first White Party.
Brian and Justin clash over Stockwell. Ted takes a dangerous detour on his way to a weekend getaway. Hunter calls in a favor from Ben.
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