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Death in the Family 

Debbie and Vic have words over his new life, which ends in tragedy; Michael and Justin receive good news about 'Rage'; Brian is told some devastating news.

Director:

Bruce McDonald

Writers:

Michael MacLennan (teleplay), Ron Cowen (story) | 7 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michelle Clunie ... Melanie Marcus
Robert Gant ... Professor Ben Bruckner
Thea Gill ... Lindsay Peterson
Gale Harold ... Brian Kinney
Randy Harrison ... Justin Taylor
Scott Lowell ... Ted Schmidt
Peter Paige ... Emmett Honeycutt
Hal Sparks ... Michael Novotny
Sharon Gless ... Debbie Novotny
Jack Wetherall Jack Wetherall ... Vic Grassi
Robin Thomas ... Sam Auerbach
Harris Allan ... James 'Hunter' Montgomery
Dean Armstrong ... Blake Wyzecki
Stephanie Moore ... Cynthia
James Gallanders ... Shane
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Storyline

Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson enjoyed working with painter Sam Auerbach, but punches the 'vilest man I ever met' after some manual contact and the suggestion of a threesome with her dike partner. After a row witch Vic, Debbie wants no trace of him left, so Mike and Emmet move his last belongings, but find him deceased. Justin noticed studly Shane at Babylon, finds him in a bar and is invited to help him unpack as he's moving into Pittsburgh. Deb works out her guilt for being mean to Vic by slapping Brian and throwing him out for saying Vic's four years after his terminal diagnosis were a priceless gift, only Micheal understands him. Blake apologizes to Ted followed by a kiss, both greatly appreciated. Justin is in no mood to honor his bet with Brian, who instead gets a blow job from Shane, who afterward compliments Brian's gear but adds he's a doctor and alas notices a suspicious lump on his left testicle. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

23 May 2004 (USA) See more »

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Cowlip Productions See more »
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