I have discovered QAF by accident in the Toronto Public library last November and, since then, I believe I saw it 5 times. I bought DVDs as a gift to myself recently, went through the whole series again and just finished two days ago. Now I am fighting with myself, trying not to start with Season1 (again).
There is a song from Queer As Folk that is Season:1 Ep:11, at Michael’s birthday party. It is when Emmet talks to Michael’s uncle, and Mel is drunk, and it goes ""give me your magic potion, take the pain away, give me your magic potion and give me another day. I have searched for weeks and I can't find it. …
Inga from Germany writes:
I don't have a question, but I wanted to tell you how wonderful lovelyadorable you are. I love to read your Q&As. That's so funny. I would love tohave this updates much more often, but I know you're busy. So Thank you verymuch for doing it. And Thank you very much for being so active and alwayskind on Twitter. …
Agnes from Sweden writes:
Hi Scott, Im a big fan of yours :) <3
I think you are a very talented and a gifted actor.
I love Queer As Folk and have watched it many times. :)
My question for you is: Are you married? Have you children?
And then I also wonder, how your "dream girl" is supposed to be like.
And I also wonder,
It’s been 9 years and you still get QAF related questions how does that makey ou feel?
Well, Mikey it’s incredibly flattering and gratifying. It’s such a rare gift as an actor to get involved with a project that lives on and on and touches so many people’s lives. I mean … just look at the following messages. …
Hi Scott. I have recently started rewatching QAF, thanks to Netflix. I findthe show as timely and relavant as the first time I watched it.(faithfully). Thinking of a question for you is difficult, so instead, Iwould like you to know that QAF, The Movie, would be something huge for allof the fans of the show. …
Loved your performance in 12 Angry Men. Also, it helped me write the following article for CounterPunch. Thank you so much.
The Jury Is Out
In the early 1950s, playwright Reginald Rose served on a jury for a manslaughter case where there were several hours of fierce debate in the jury room. …
Hello, Mr. Lowell I would like to know if they would consider making a QAF movie. I am still a big fan of the show after all these years. I think it is time for it to happen and I know a lot of fans would love to see what the character are today. Would MR.COWEN & MR.LIPMAN consider it? Please let me know if you can tell me , if not could you point me in the right direction to ask?
John from Laredo, TX writes:
Dear Scott, I'm a big fan of yours from the "Queer as Folk" series. I have all five season on DVD and watch the entire series, one episode an evening, at intervals long enough to let the details go a bit hazy. Getting to the hazy stage is not a big problem at my age, 63.
The problems that Ted Schmidt has in his personality makeup are a lot like my own in critical ways (with some notable exceptions). …
Page from Bulgaria writes:
Hey, Scott, I'm a huge fan of yours and have always thought you're the most handsome man I've ever seen. I just love your smile! So, so beautiful and adorable! :-) And I've always wanted to write to you and ask you a silly little question, but felt embarrassed to do it.. But I've worked up my courage now! …