They've changed Ted's hair in such a way that I don't recognize him for a second. He's almost attractive. He's panting, telling Michael that he can't walk any further looking for a present for the girls. Michael points out that they've only walked about three blocks, but that's way too much for Ted, who complains that it's really tedious to shop for lesbians. Try not to care too much, Ted. You might not be an asshole for five seconds. Michael says that they should get the girls something romantic, like lingerie. Ted cracks that lingerie isn't romantic at all. He tells Michael that dykes like power tools. You know what? Any girl wants her own set of power tools; I don't have to lick pussy to want to be able to hang my own frames. Yikes. Ted wants to buy $500 power tools. Do the tools lick pussy? Because why else would you need a $500 drill? Ted makes a joke about Ben and screws up so bad that I don't even recognize it as a joke. Michael complains that he's broke, so Ted says he'll pay for both of them. Ted's strange pager/ Palm Pilot/ text messenger thing beeps and tells him he's either got a threeway at half past four or a fourway at half past three. In any event, he's got to leave so that the situation comedy can begin. He hands Michael $500. Mikey asks if he's supposed to buy the lingerie or the power tools. Ted says it's up to Michael, adding that Ted knows whatever Michael decides will be the perfect gift. He kisses Michael goodbye and walks away as all people do when they're hanging out together shopping downtown. The continuity is so fucked in this shot that the extras keep changing with all of the camera angles. Michael's about to walk into the power tools store when some music from The Lion King starts up and Michael's mysteriously drawn to an alley. You guys, this is all so dumb, but I'll recap it anyway.
Queer as Folk U.S.
Episode Report CardPamie: B- | 774 USERS: C+
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Queer as Folk U.S.