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Customer Reviews

Awsome Show and Awsome Albums!

Enough Said! The show Is awsome as well as each QAF Album!

absolutely wonderful!

the soundtrack is fabulous, but this season was really depressing...

To sum up Season 4 of QAF is simple, POWERFUL!.

To sum up Season 4 of QAF is simple, POWERFUL!.

This season transforms each character into its own and each character is given a story line worthy of attention and depth.

This season focuses on growth, loss, despair and pain and while its not as infectiously contagious as the previous seasons i think its a great thing because things can't always be light and frothy fun and silly, at some point people have to grow up, mature and be changed by circumstances and events..thats wheat Season 4 does.

This powerful and highly intense season shows us a more human Bryan dealing with a health scare crisis..meanwhile Justin is getting closer to fame through his RAGE comic bus has to handle some unresolved issues uncompleted from seasons 1 finale. Mel and Lyn have to deal with a question, not of infidelity, but of identity ..sexual identity which ultimately puts their relationship in turbulence. Michael becomes a dad and a foster parent and has to deal with a jealous Ben who has a bug chasing fan. Even Hunter gets a story that turns out to be quite surprising in what he's orientation really is.
The death of one of the characters turns Debbie, usually the funniest one, into a more serious person who's left with devastating unresolved issues with her brother.

Issues presented before in previous story lines from seasons 1-3 find a close and ultimately come full circle in season 4. Ted sees his former lover now turned councilor in rehab and Emmet meets the hunkiest of hunks, yet ultimately stays true to character and does the right thing. And though there was no cliff hanger like previously, it was about time the show concluded happily and quietly given the entire season is such a jolting roller coster.

Season one focuses on graphic sex and scandalous situations while season 2 was light and sord of peachy and lovey dovey, season 3 was centered on the politics of issues surrounding the gay and lesbian community but season 4 presented a darker, richer, fuller and more personal view of the characters that we have come to be entertained by. And for the record the scenes remained artistically shot and portrayed with lens that simply makes each scene look spectacular.

Intense, Powerful, Surprising, Emotional, Dark, Devastating, and Unforgettable.

Final Grade, A-

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