Queer as Folk (1999–2000)
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Episode #2.2 

Vince is up for promotion to manager against toadying,newly-engaged Graham so Hazel and Bernard employ dirty tricks to secure him the job. Nathan,getting no support from a weak teacher ... See full summary »

Director:

Menhaj Huda

Writers:

Russell T. Davies, Russell T. Davies (creator)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aidan Gillen ... Stuart Jones
Michael Norris Michael Norris ... Orange Spunk Man
Stephen Taylor Stephen Taylor ... Toothbrush Man (as Stephen da Costa)
Craig Kelly ... Vince Tyler
Charlie Hunnam ... Nathan Maloney
Lee Seddon Lee Seddon ... Snogging Man
Pearce Quigley ... Graham Beck
Caroline Pegg Caroline Pegg ... Rosalie Cotter
Susan Cookson Susan Cookson ... Marcie Finch
Andy Devine Andy Devine ... Barnard Thomas
Denise Black ... Hazel Tyler
Judy Holt Judy Holt ... Claire Fletcher
Julie Armstrong Julie Armstrong ... Secretary
Susan McArdle ... Sally Rawlins
Antony Cotton ... Alexander Perry
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Storyline

Vince is up for promotion to manager against toadying,newly-engaged Graham so Hazel and Bernard employ dirty tricks to secure him the job. Nathan,getting no support from a weak teacher against the homophobic jibes of Christian and his gang,finally stands up for himself but Alexander takes an over-dose after his mother has made him sign an agreement to cut himself out of his father's will. An irate Stuart takes explosive action but still makes it to Nathan's birthday party. However Stuart feels Manchester has no more to offer and considers moving to London. Vince suddenly asserts himself as a result of which the pair head West and a caption informs us of the happy endings for their friends and supporters with Nathan becoming King of the World. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama

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TV-MA
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Release Date:

22 February 2000 (UK) See more »

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Red Production Company See more »
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Did You Know?

Connections

References Teletubbies (1997) See more »

Soundtracks

Venus
Written by Robbie van Leeuwen
Performed by Bananarama
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