Queer as Folk : Queens of the Road (1999)

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

David (Chris Potter) wants Michael (Hal Sparks) to move in, and tells Michael about his domestic fantasies, but Michael's not ready to give him an answer. Lindsay (Thea Gill) decides that she doesn't want to go back to work when her maternity leave is up, sending Melanie (Michelle Clunie) scrambling for a way to make living on a single income financially feasible. Justin (Randy Harrison) goes home for his little sister's birthday party, and Jennifer (Sherry Miller) tries to get him to stay, but he knows his father won't accept who he is. Brian (Gale Harold) comes home to find that his apartment has been robbed because Justin failed to turn on his alarm system. He angrily throws Justin out. A cross-dressing psychic uses a Ouja board to tell Michael that Brian is his true love. Then Justin's friend, Daphne (Makyla Smith), shows up to tell the gang that Justin has run away to New York, and they soon learn that he's using Brian's credit card. Michael cancels his dinner plans with David, Lindsay, and Melanie to join Brian, Emmett (Peter Paige), and Ted (Scott Lowell) on a road trip to New York to track Justin down. Out on the road, Brian tells Michael that he'll miss being with him if he moves in with David. When they return to Pittsburgh, Justin moves in with Debbie (Sharon Gless), taking Michael's old room, and Michael gives David his answer.