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Set in working-class Pittsburgh, the drama revolves around a group of gay friends and their relationships, careers, loves and ambitions.

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Lindsay and Melanie move; a request is made of Michael; Ted understands his relationship with Tad.
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Brian and Justin make a decision about their relationship; Melanie and Lindsay consider moving; Ted feels lucky in love; Emmett catches Drew with another man.
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Brian re-evaluates his priorities; Michael is in the hospital; Liberty Avenue holds a vigil.
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Babylon hosts a benefit to "Stop Prop 14"; guest star Cyndi Lauper.
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The gang fights Proposition 14; Michael and Brian continue to not speak; Lindsay and Melanie's separation heats up; Drew comes out; Ted wants to find Mr. Right.
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Justin finds himself in jail; Brian and Brandon make their way through the list; Ben grieves; Melanie and Lindsay attempt an in-house separation; Emmett's stalker reveals himself.
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Proposition 14 threatens same-sex couples; Brian deals with Brandon; Justin's decision creates a rift; Lindsay moves home with Gus.
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Brian's reign at Babylon is challenged; Emmett has a realization; Ted gets the opportunity for revenge; Ben and Michael want to help Hunter.
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Brian has news to share; Debbie gives Loretta bad news; Lindsay drops out of the custody battle; Hunter considers leaving school.
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Brian remains steadfast in his beliefs; Debbie has difficulty accepting retirement; Ted considers a makeover.
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Brian and Michael grow apart; Debbie decides to retire; Loretta Pye (Rosie O'Donnell) takes over.
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Brian reopens Babylon; Justin returns to Pittsburgh; Michael pursues custody; Ted considers a new look; Emmett gets an on-camera role.
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Michael throws a surprise anniversary party for Lindsay and Melanie; Justin's stay in Hollywood is extended; Brian makes a new investment.
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Michael and Ben have trouble crossing into the United States; Ted and Emmett get lost in the woods; Brian takes a nasty fall; Melanie goes into labor.
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Emmett supports Ted by signing up for the Liberty Ride; Justin is invited to Hollywood to pitch "Rage" to the studios; Lindsay asks for Brian's advice.
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Brian makes a decision about the Liberty Ride; Drew wants Emmett back; Hunter reveals to Callie that he is HIV positive; Melanie and Lindsay discuss the future.
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Brian squares off against the fund-raiser; Hunter leads Ben and Michael to believe he is hustling; Debbie tries to woo Horvath; Sam will not give up on Lindsay; Emmett and Drew continue their affair.
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Brian deals with the effects of his surgery; one of Ben's former students causes a rift between Ben and Michael; Emmett secretly helps Ted; Lindsay struggles with her attraction to Sam.
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Justin learns why Brian has thrown him out; Michael has a Hollywood windfall while Ben's manuscript is rejected; a pro-football player makes a play for Emmett.
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Justin discovers the truth about Brian's trip; Michael and Justin meet with a Hollywood producer; Debbie has a heart-to-heart with Horvath.
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Brian receives a diagnosis; Ted falls back into old habits; Debbie tries to make up for saying awful things to Vic.

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