Vince later joins Stuart and Martin at the bar, muttering something about "bastard accountants." No sooner has he approached their table than Stuart pounces on him, saying, "Sweetheart, I missed you," and giving him a snog. "I'm stocking up on this aftershave," Vince remarks, giving Martin a surprised look. At another table, Dazz is sitting with Donna and Nathan. He points to Stuart and asks Nathan if he's really had him. After Nathan confirms that he has, Dazz informs him that that's the last he'll ever see of Stuart, because that type of guy will chase you to the ends of the earth, take you out to dinner and then, after they've had their shag, won't even look at you. Someone give Dazz an "Amen." Not that I'd know, of course. Nathan, looking quite smug, says, "Yeah, well, I've had him twice." Donna smiles and comments, "He never bought you dinner." Dazz asks Nathan if he really likes Stuart, and Nathan tries very hard to act casual. "Like he's not completely in love!" Donna exclaims. Dazz tells Nathan, "Stuart's getting older, and he knows it. At your age, you can make him beg." Nathan, from the looks of the smile that spreads across his face, quite likes that idea. Stuart, meanwhile, walks Martin over to some dodgy-looking guy with a moustache and leaves him there, returning to the table, where Vince is being eyed up by a bloke in a shirt that almost matches the fluorescent green one Phil wore in episode three in the ugliness stakes. "Waste of time," Vince says to Stuart ruefully. "He didn't even like me." "He must've liked you," Stuart replies. "No shag. He's gay; we go out on a date. Where's the shag? I don't give a toss," he says, telling Stuart that he's going to talk to the guy who's been giving him the eye. "He asked you out. He kissed you," Stuart says. "And then he went home. It's unnatural!" Vince exclaims incredulously. "Is it so hard to believe that someone fancies you?" Stuart asks. "I don't care. I'm shaggin', I am," Vince says with determination, walking over to the guy with an unfortunate sense of what looks good. Stuart looks thoughtful -- for what I can officially declare the first time ever -- and takes in the scene around him: Vince whispering in the ear of another man, Nathan and his young friends laughing uproariously a few tables over. Looking pensive, and then fed-up, Stuart puts his glass down and leaves.
Queer as Folk U.K.
Episode Report CardDella Femina: D | 1069 USERS: B-
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Queer as Folk U.K.