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Queer As Folk: the Complete Second Season
     

Queer As Folk: the Complete Second Season

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This six-disc set contains every episode from the second season of Showtime's series Queer as Folk. Each episode is presented in a widescreen transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. Supplemental materials include a pair of making-of featurettes, clips from the wrap party, a look behind

Overview

This six-disc set contains every episode from the second season of Showtime's series Queer as Folk. Each episode is presented in a widescreen transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. Supplemental materials include a pair of making-of featurettes, clips from the wrap party, a look behind the scenes, and trailers. This is solid release that should please fans of the series.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble
Those anticipating a letdown after Queer as Folk's acclaimed debut season will be pleasantly surprised by its sophomore effort, as the Showtime series builds on its oversexed, envelope-pushing form. Justin (Randy Harrison) begins a difficult recuperation from the savage attack that occurred at the end of the first season, and Brian (Gale Harold) curbs his libidinous ways as he waits for his lover to sift through the physical and emotional aftermath. Emmett's (Peter Paige) stand-in appearance on Ted's (Scott Lowell) failing porn site leads to sudden star status, and he earns a coveted "Crystal Dick" award from the Academy of Pornographic Arts & Sciences for his "work." Meanwhile, Melanie (Michelle Clunie) and Lindsay (Thea Gill) become convinced that their son, Gus, has been refused entrance to an elite school because they're lesbians. Michael (Hal Sparks) has regained life focus by coming up with the concept for a gay superhero with Justin, and they prepare for a highly publicized launch by season's end. This six-disc box set includes all 20 episodes from the show's second season, plus more than three hours of bonus footage, including "The Making of Rage, Gay Crusader," outtakes, and "A Week in the Life of Queer as Folk." For QAF fans, this is a worthy follow-up to the first season.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/25/2003
UPC:
0758445202625
Rating:
NR
Source:
Showtime Ent.
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
15:56:00
Sales rank:
25,157

Special Features

Closed Caption; Folks on the road: a backstage pass; A day in the life of queer as folk; What is it about babylon?; Wrap party reel; The unexpurgated lady in pearls; Rage gay crusader: the comic book; The making of rage gay crusader; 2002 queer as folk summer pride tour; The folks animated photo gallery; TV spots & trailers; Season 3 sneak peek; Queer duck preview; Weblink

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Episodes 1-4
1. The Back Room [11:04]
2. Dates in Disguise [8:33]
3. A Mess [12:17]
4. Marry Me [5:10]
5. The Appropriate Sentence [7:09]
6. You Were the Incentive [5:52]
1. Get Over It [12:01]
2. Busted [10:35]
3. Waiter Outfits [7:25]
4. Remember the Dance [7:41]
5. First Birthday [6:21]
6. Like the First Time [6:08]
1. Glued to the Tube [11:03]
2. A Brian Issue [11:57]
3. The Real Reason [10:19]
4. Resignation [3:54]
5. The Award [3:42]
6. Comic Book Convention [4:55]
1. Discussing the Drag Queen [10:35]
2. Happy Pride [10:21]
3. In Her Words [5:42]
4. Comfort [6:51]
5. The Parade [5:48]
6. Wanna Dance? [5:18]
Side #2 -- Episodes 5-8
1. Marathon [12:24]
2. Justin's Art [9:23]
3. One Bitchin' Broad [9:24]
4. Gallery Analysis [4:13]
5. The Critic [5:21]
6. Portrait [5:03]
1. Online [9:48]
2. Comic Book Research [9:26]
3. Need Something Bigger [7:31]
4. The Show Must Go On [9:23]
5. Speaking Engagement [7:11]
6. No More Secrets [9:21]
1. A Visit From Ben [5:14]
2. Taking Care of the Star [6:30]
3. Artist Demands [9:01]
4. Babysitting [10:30]
5. The Parents Arrive [9:31]
6. True Friends [10:05]
1. The Matchmaker [11:24]
2. Being Fetched [11:02]
3. Not a Hustler [9:12]
4. It's the Pickles [8:02]
5. In Person [5:21]
6. Wrong Date [4:54]
Side #3 -- Episodes 9-12
1. Clubbing [13:10]
2. Basketball Game [7:32]
3. A Visit From Mom [5:34]
4. Karaoke Night Out [7:21]
5. According to St. Brian [6:17]
6. Ambush [10:27]
1. Difference of Opinion [15:21]
2. Shocking Discovery [8:39]
3. Opera Plans [9:15]
4. You Could Have Been Dead [3:16]
5. One More Letter [4:22]
6. With a Stranger [3:05]
1. Raffle Pick [8:49]
2. Can't Make the Wedding [2:07]
3. Plastic Surgery Discussion [11:58]
4. Fix the Wedding [6:10]
5. Exchanging Vows [6:39]
6. The Bouquet [11:05]
1. Man Watching [10:21]
2. One of Us [9:07]
3. Ted Has Arrived [7:20]
4. A Visit From Brian [6:07]
5. Facial [7:21]
6. His Name [5:11]
Side #4 -- Episodes 13-16
1. Pool Game [10:13]
2. Meeting With the Drag Queen [6:52]
3. Dancing and Spanking [3:26]
4. Family Background [12:44]
5. Different Kind of Angel [10:04]
6. The Truth [4:30]
1. Working Hard for the Money [8:23]
2. Farewell Party [10:00]
3. Looking Nice [7:36]
4. Heart Attack [9:15]
5. Taken Advantage Of [8:12]
6. The Offer Still Stands [5:00]
1. He-Man Saved Me [7:23]
2. Condolence [6:54]
3. The Attic [6:47]
4. Threesome Interrupted [8:29]
5. Pornographic Arts [8:21]
6. Owed an Apology [6:29]
1. The Same Birthday [11:07]
2. Work Out [11:30]
3. Surprise [2:16]
4. Ruined Party [6:09]
5. Moving Too Fast [7:35]
6. Bad News [7:03]
Side #5 -- Episodes 17-20
1. Slight Interruption [10:42]
2. One Week [10:31]
3. Free Wheels [9:15]
4. Copy Machine in Use [2:55]
5. More Than Money [5:17]
6. Contingency [4:51]
1. Legal Advice [10:30]
2. Used Couch [7:06]
3. Trying to Help [5:37]
4. Comforting Ben [7:13]
5. A Few Stipulations [8:58]
6. Good News [8:54]
1. Video Shoot [7:10]
2. One Devoted Fan [5:15]
3. Like Brian [11:14]
4. Finished Attic [8:12]
5. Bowling [8:13]
6. Go Take a Shower [5:03]
1. Volume 1 [10:26]
2. Good Advice [10:52]
3. Looking Out for Myself [6:52]
4. Take the Next Step [6:39]
5. Rage Party [8:40]
6. In the Open [5:49]

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Queer As Folk: the Complete Second Season 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
If you enjoyed the first season... bring on Season 2!!!! The boys are at it again and they keep you even more entertained that the first time around. Each character gets explored much more than season 1 and we finally get a glimpse at the inner workings of Brian Kinney - Gale HArold is incredible this season. Highly recommend!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am totally impressed with the writing, the depth of characters and the no holds barred realism of life of people in general. I enjoy this series, and I hope Showtime realizes what a gem they have and keep the series for several more years. One more thing... these men are so hot, even straight women love them!
Guest More than 1 year ago
In it's sophomore season, Queer As Folk has captivated it's audience in the first season with gay men's first times, to drug problems. After the cliff-hanger of the previous season, Justin (Randy Harrison) had been bashed in the head with a baseball bat by a fellow student at his Senior Prom. Michael (Hal Sparks) was about to leave with his boyfriend for Oregon, but got a phone call that justin had been hurt, so rushed to the hospital. Ted (Scott Lowell) and Emmett (Peter Paige) had just left a rehab clinic where ted's twinkie boyfriend had released himself from. As for Brian (Gale Harold), He actually showed emotion for the first time in the shows "Highly Cinematic" Season Finale. This show has explored themes that no other show has dared to do such as AIDS, Drugs, First Times, and Coming Out. In it's second season, Queer As Folk continues to Push The Envelope like never before.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The character ''Justin'' is played by Randy HARRISON, not TAYLOR. TAYLOR is ''Justin's'' last name. Unfortunately, it doesn't lend much credence to B&N's review. Suffice it to say that if you get involved in this series, you'll be hooked for the duration. I just think that the unfortunate portrayal of homosexuals as promiscuous drug users is unfortunate because there are some really good messages in this show if you can't get past all the stereotypes.
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