Queer as Folk (UK)

Season 1 Episode 2

Episode Two

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Aired Unknown Mar 02, 1999 on Channel 4
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Nathan tells his friend Donna that he fancies a male pupil, and had met and had sex with Stuart. She thinks it's great.

Stuart meets a man at work who is married with kids, and they have sex.

Marcie informs Vince that new recruit Rosalie fancies him. She arranges for them to meet in a pub after work.

Nathan's mum is in his room and finds gay porn.

Stuart picks up Romee and Alfred from hospital and is presented with legal paperwork about maintenance payments and insurance.

Following a telephone call from Stuart, Vince wants to give him some support. Vince leaves his date, again using the excuse that his friend's mum is in hospital. They go for a drink and Nathan, infatuated with Stuart, turns up. Stuart leaves early, leaving Vince to look after Nathan. Vince calls for a cab to take Nathan home.

Vince's mum has a new lodger, Bernard, so Vince has to move some stuff out of his old bedroom.

Stuart contacts someone over the Internet for sex. Nathan turns up just before Stuart's date and is jealous and appalled that Stuart is about to have sex with someone else. The date, Colin, asks how old Nathan is and insists Stuart gets him home safely because it is late. Stuart gets Nathan a cab then returns to his flat.moreless

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Paul Simpson

Paul Simpson

Man in Toilet

Guest Star

Susan Cookson

Susan Cookson

Marcie Finch

Guest Star

Carla Henry

Carla Henry

Donna Clarke

Guest Star

Alison Burrows

Alison Burrows

Sandra Docherty

Recurring Role

Caroline Pegg

Caroline Pegg

Rosalie Cotter

Recurring Role

Esther Hall

Esther Hall

Romey Sullivan

Recurring Role

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