Queer as Folk : No Brits, No Shirt, No Service (2000)

Genres - Comedy Drama  |   Sub-Genres - Ensemble Film, Gay & Lesbian Show [TV], Prime-Time Drama [TV]  |   Run Time - 45 min.  |   Countries - Canada , United States   |  
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Synopsis by Josh Ralske

Lindsay (Thea Gill) and Melanie (Michelle Clunie) have a party for their new baby, Gus, and things do not go smoothly. Brian (Gale Harold), the father, has decided not to attend, despite Michael's (Hal Sparks) protestations. Emmett (Peter Paige) shows up with Katsuo (Sean Baek), who clings to Emmett, but doesn't speak any English. Multilingual Melanie lets Michael know that Katsuo is asking the clueless Emmett for money, but Michael doesn't have the heart to relay the information. When Michael calls Brian and lets him know that Gus is about to be circumcised, Brian shows up in a rage. Meanwhile, Daphne (Makyla Smith) tells Justin (Randy Harrison) his best bet is to make Brian jealous by flaunting his attractiveness to other men. Later that night the group is out clubbing, and the shy Ted (Scott Lowell) gets the attention of cute party boy Blake (Dean Armstrong). Michael gets a scare when he runs into Tracy (Lindsey Connell) and her friends, who are out for an adventure. Brian exacerbates Michael's problems by telling Tracy that Michael really likes her. Brian and Michael have a brief drug-aided make-out session in the men's room of a club, which Brian stops before it goes too far. Emmett eventually finds out the ugly truth about Katsuo. Blake convinces Ted to take him home, but their evening ends tragically for Ted. Justin puts Daphne's advice to work, and successfully wins back Brian's attention.