Hal Sparks, Randy Harrison, Gale Harold, Robin Thomas Grossman, Peter Paige, Matt Battaglia and Robert Gant in Queer as Folk Season 4 (2004)
Queer as FolkHighlight: 31 minutes in episode 1, we see Robert Gant and then Hal Sparks' butts. 7 minutes in episode 2, we see Randy Harrison's butt. 8 and 15 minutes in episode 2, we see the bare butts and penises of some extras. 30 minutes in episode 3, some extras are undressed and we see their butts. 35 minutes in episode 3, we see Randy Harrison's butt. 8 minutes in episode 4, we see Gale Harold's butt and Randy Harrison's pubes. Then 10 minutes in episode 4, we see Randy Harrison's ass 22 minutes in episode 7, we see Dean Armstrong's trimed pubes. 34 minutes in episode 7, we see two extras' butts and cut penises. 29 minutes in episode 8, we see the butt of Robin Thomas Grossman 43 minutes in episode 9, we see Peter Paige's butt. In the 1st minute in episode 10, we see Randy Harrison's butt. 4 minutes in episode 10, we see Matt Battaglia's butt as well as Peter Paige's butt. 24 minutes in episode 10, we see the butt of extras. 25 minutes in episode 10, we see again Matt Battaglia's butt. 4 minutes in episode 11, we see Peter Paige's butt and Matt Battaglia's butt. 25 minutes in episode 12, we see Gale Harold's butt and Randy Harrison's butt.
Circumcision status: Cut, Uncut
Director: Kelly Makin, Jeremy Podeswa, Chris Grismer, Kevin Inch, Bruce McDonald, Alex Chapple, John Fawcett, Thom Best, Michael DeCarlo
Main stars: Michelle Clunie, Robert Gant, Thea Gill
IMDB Score: 8.2
Duration: 47 min
IMDB Description: Based on the British series of the same name, Showtime's 'Queer as Folk' presents the American version. Following the lives of five gay men in Pittsburgh, 'Queer as Folk' is a riveting drama full of sex, drugs, adventure, friendship and love. Although the creators of 'Queer as Folk' wanted to present an honest depiction of gay life, it is by no means a comprehensive depiction. In addition to the usual sexual escapades and relationships of the five friends, the show explores critical gay political and health issues.
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