Queer as Folk (UK)

Season 1 Episode 8

Episode Eight

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Aired Unknown Apr 13, 1999 on Channel 4
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Vince is experiencing intense paranoia at work. Petrified that Rosalie has revealed his secret, he is convinced every peal of laughter coming from the women on the shopfloor is at his expense.

The complicated plot to discredit Lance, Romey's potential husband thickens. Lance is led out by the police, handcuffed after assaulting one of the Home Office investigators. Romey accuses Stuart of being responsible but he denies all knowledge. Eventually discovering that Nathan was the informant, she, Stuart, and Lisa turn up at Hazel's house for a confrontation with Nathan.

Cameron takes Vince to a function at an art gallery, unaware that Stuart is the PR. Vince covertly watches Stuart go through his chat up line once again. Stuart's world is about to fall apart. For the first time he experiences rejection. Unable to handle this he drinks himself to oblivion. Nathan however comes to the rescue.

At home, Vince talks non-stop about Stuart, pretending he thinks he's shallow and image - obsessed, making out that he's over him. Cameron, beyond exasperation, resorts to his last weapon and declares his love. Will Vince be able to commit himself?

Nathan has decided to run away, shocked by his father's homophobia and unable to face the nightmare that his homelife will become. With money stolen from Roy's wallet, he asks a cab driver to take him to London. Donna, whose situation at home is no bettermoreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Alfie Robinson

Alfie Robinson

Alfred (Baby)

Guest Star

Susan Cookson

Susan Cookson

Marcie Finch

Guest Star

Michael Atkinson

Michael Atkinson

Mr. Latham

Guest Star

Esther Hall

Esther Hall

Romey Sullivan

Recurring Role

Caroline Pegg

Caroline Pegg

Rosalie Cotter

Recurring Role

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