Babylon. I have this song that they're playing, but sometimes all of my techno gets mixed into one big mess that I just call "Chemical Brothers." But I'm pretty sure this is someone else. Someone's hosing down dancers. Brian, Justin, and Ted are doing tequila shots. Justin's still going on about how fucking amazing it is that he and Ben are both born under the sign of Codependent. Brian and I share the same sentiment when it comes to Justin's amazement. Ted asks what they're doing for Justin's birthday. He asks if they're going to Key West or getting some kind of car. Brian says they aren't doing anything. He thinks birthdays are, like, way lame. Totally uncool. Like, so ninth-grade. "Anybody can get born," he says to Ted. "Even you." Brian says you should celebrate accomplishments, and birthdays just happen without your having to work for them. Ted makes the good point that Brian threw Michael a thirtieth birthday party. And I might add he's never mentioned this anti-birthday ethic before. Justin interrupts before Brian can explain, "Yeah, but the writers don't give a shit about continuity or character development." Justin says he agrees with Brian, because he has to. When he says "twat," he has to repeat the word. Emmett dances up to the bar and tells his dance partner, "Thanks for the ride, but here's where I get off." Poor dancing extra didn't even get to take off his sunglasses. Emmett pouts and leans against the bar. Ted asks why Emmett's throwing back his nice catch. "Still in mourning?" Brian asks, with the most amount of consideration I've seen from any of Emmett's friends concerning Pickle's demise. Emmett says he's tried boys, booze, and pills, but he's still in the Valley of the Dolls. Ted suggests spiritual healing. Brian suggests his mother's minister, who gives great head. Justin only smiles and licks salt off his hand. Most of them just keep licking salt and lemons instead of doing the tequila shots. Ted takes a shot and announces that he's taking Emmett to church with him tomorrow. "Church?" we all say together. Since when does Ted belong to a church? And why haven't we heard about it? Before Brian can say, "The writers don't give a shit about continuity or character development," we cut to...
Queer as Folk U.S.
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Queer as Folk U.S.