Soooo, fellow fans of the original "Queer As Folk" - I have prezzies for you!!! :) :) :)
I know a number of us have speculated, written stories and wondered for years over the possibilities of just what happened after QAF2 - "All the stories are true," right? Welllll, I have the goods on what the "official" line would have been if the series "The Misfits" would have been produced. The show was meant to be an off-shoot of QAF, focusing on Hazel and Alexander - with cameos by folks from QAF, such as Vince.
Vince? Oh yes, Vince... Why's that important? Because we would have gotten to find out things about his character that we never would have guessed at while watching QAF. And we would have seen how his adventures with Stuart after QAF shaped him into a rather complex character. A dangerous mystery. Sound intriguing?
Want to know more about what happened to Stuart and Vince? What cities they traveled to? Want to know how Vince earned money after QAF - a LOT of it apparently? These and other tidbits are now gifted to us in the book "T Is For Television: The Small Screen Adventures of Russell T Davies". (The authors of the book used the Misfit scripts as sources for the information given, btw.)
If you are a QAF fan - have a look-see:
Excerpt from “T Is For Television: The Small Screen Adventures Of Russell T Davies”
by Mark Aldridge & Andy Murray( Read more... )
Sooo, what do you think? New questions arising? Muses inspired? Let's hope so...