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TV Series
    (December 3, 2000-August 15, 2005)
    Set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Aired on Showtime
    Michelle Clunie as Melanie Marcus
    Robert Gant as Professor Ben Bruckner-Novotny (2002-2005)
    Thea Gill as Lindsay 'Linz' Peterson
    Gale Harold as Brian Kinney
    Randy Harrison as Justin Taylor
    Scott Lowell as Theodore 'Ted' Schmidt
    Peter Paige as Emmett Honeycutt
    Chris Potter as Dr. David Cameron (2000-2001)
    Hal Sparks as Michael Charles Novotny-Bruckner
    Sharon Gless as Deborah 'Debbie' Jane Grassi Novotny
    Harris Allen as James 'Hunter' Montgomery (2003-2005)
    Dean Armstrong as Blake Wyzecki (2000-2001, 2003-2005)
    Sherry Miller as Jennifer Taylor
    Makyla Smith as Daphne Chanders
    Jack Wetherall as Vic Grassi (2000-2004)
    Synopsis: The lives of a group of gay friends
    It ripped-off the UK version.
    Although set in Pennsylvania, it is shot in Canada.
    Many of the characters frequently take drugs.
    Some fans prefer the series to only focus on Brian and Justin.
    The characters freely use profanity.
    Some feel it didn't correctly depict the gay lifestyle.
    Lindsay, although a lesbian had an affair with a man.
    They use political incorrect terms like 'fag' and 'dyke.'
    Almost every actor did nudity on the series.
    There are usually several graphic sex scenes in each episode.
    Only one or two of the characters were stereotypes.
    Robert Gant, Randy Harrison, Jack Wetherall and Peter Paige are all openly gay.
    Thea Gill is openly bisexual.
    It tackled issues such as homophobia, gays adopting, gay bashing and AIDS.
    It was critically acclaimed.
    It was Showtime's highest rated series.
    The end credits said 'It (the series) is not meant to reflect all of gay society.'
    It has a cult following.

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