Everyone knows that Justin (Randy Harrison) exchanged sexual favors with Gary (Tom Barnett) to get his prime spot dancing on the bar at Babylon, but that doesn't deter the young man. He's making a lot of money, and a concerned Brian (Gale Harold) also notices Gary giving Justin drugs to keep him dancing through the night. Despite Brian's warnings, Justin agrees to serve as "eye candy" at one of Gary's private parties. George (Bruce Gray) takes Emmett (Peter Paige) horseback riding for the first time and offers to take him on a lavish trip around the world. Emmett takes him up on the offer and retires from internet porn, but their voyage is tragically cut short. Detective Horvath (Peter MacNeill) shows up at the diner again, but this time, it's to ask Debbie (Sharon Gless) out on a date. She turns him down, but then reconsiders. Michael (Hal Sparks) is already upset with Debbie for her refusal to accept Ben (Robert Gant). When he hears that she's dating Horvath, whom she previously accused of being a homophobe, Michael loses it. Later, when he, Brian, and Ted (Scott Lowell) are stopped for a traffic violation, Michael mouths off to the cop who stopped them, and the three end up in a cell. This episode was directed by John Fawcett, who directed the well-received indie horror flick, Ginger Snaps.
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