本剧叙述一群同志男女在美国匹兹堡的同志街——自由大道(Liberty Ave.)生活，通过对brain justin michale emmite teed及melanie lindsay的各方面的描写真实的再现了同志的...更多>
Michael: What's wrong with here? Brian: I've had everyone in here. Justin: I'm not a child. I'm turning 18 soon. That means I can vote, and get married, and join the army. Emmett: Hopefully not on the same day. Justin: Bed rest is an important part of every recovery. Ted: Thank you, Doogie Howser. Ted: I could fix you up with my sister... Only, she looks like me in a dress. Debbie: If I have to watch Martha Stewart make one more goddamn thing out of goat cheese, I'm going to kill myself. Vic: AMC has a Joan Crawford festival all week. Debbie: Nobody's that gay. Debbie: Hi, honey. What are you doing here? Michael: Uncle Vic asked me to bring some rope to tie you down. Debbie: Kinky. Brian: It's not lying if they make you lie. If the only truth they can accept is their own. Emmett: It's pathetic. My screen name has more fun than I do. Brian: What are you doing? Justin: Giving my friend Daphne a tour of your house. Brian: This isn't the White House. George Washington hasn't slept here. Justin: He's the only guy who hasn't. Melanie: Your screwing everything that moves is your finest quality and our best defense. Emmett: A song and a snack can turn any moment into an occasion. Mysterious Marilyn: God writes the script, sweetie. I just say the lines. Melanie: What are you? Mr. Teflon? Shit just never sticks to you. Emmett: My flame has been rekindled and is burning brighter than ever. Michael: Seeing them in their beautiful home with their new baby and their arms around each other, I wished for a moment that I too could be a lesbian. But then I remembered that I'd have to eat pussy, so I said forget it. Michael: Being there that day I realized how different men and women are, and I don't think it has anything to do with being gay or straight. It's that, the way I see it, women know how to commit to each other, men don't. At least, not the men I know. Michael: I read some place... Brian: Where? Marvel Comics? Michael: ...that infants respond to things even while still in the womb. For instance, tension and discord affect them adversely, while playing Mozart and stuff like that makes 'em super smart. Brian: Well how do you think listening to the sound of two dikes go down on each other for the past nine months has affected him. Christ, he'll probably grow up to be straight. Michael: All the more reason why he needs his dad Emmett: I was talking to Dungeon Master Don, who wants to mummify me - have you noticed that the world's getting weirder? Emmett: Why do I always give my heart away to trash? Brian: Because you want to see it in the dumpster. Brian: Are you coming or going? Or coming, and then going? Or coming and staying? [On why Lindsay's WASP parents won't help pay for their wedding] Melanie: You're a dyke, you're marrying a Jew, and you're a registered Democrat. Need I say more? Brian: He stole all my clothes. I'm suspecting gay-on-gay crime here. Lindsay: It wouldn't surprise me. You've had more visitors than Disney World. Michael: Have you ever been on a date? Brian: One. I ended up fucking the waiter. Brian: I don't believe in love, I believe in fucking. It's honest, it's efficient - you get in and out with a maximum of pleasure and a minimum of bullshit. Brian: Come on, Mikey, let's fly, like in those comic books. I am Superman. I'll show you the world. Michael: Why am I always Lois Lane? Michael: I think the artist has taken some liberties. Brian: It's a perfect likeness. Michael: Come on, it was never that big. Brian: Hey, you haven't seen it in a long time. Michael: I haven't seen "Gone With The Wind" in a long time either, but I know it's still three and half hours long. Michael: I don't wanna be a saint. I wanna be a ruthless, heartless shit who fucks whoever he wants without conscience or remorse. Brian:
I'm sorry, that position's already been filled.
Justin: I've just seen the face of God. His name's Brian Kinney. Justin: This was the best night of my life. Brian: Even if it was ridiculously romantic. Brian: [to Craig Taylor] So in other words, for Justin to live here with you, he has to deny who he is... what he thinks... and how he feels. Well, that's not love. That's hate. Justin: [to his father] If you wanna hit me go right ahead. Because I'm not gonna cry like some little faggot. And if you wanna send me off to boarding school that's fine too. Because I bet more butt fucking goes on in boarding schools than in the back room of Babylon. But whatever you do, it doesn't matter. Because I'll still be your queer son. Emmett: You're just jealous because we have what you don't. Brian: Anal warts? Brian: Don't get yourself all worked up. Michael: I'm half Italian and half drag queen. I'm allowed to get worked up. Ted: [on dating a guy who's HIV positive] It's like playing with fire. I mean... what if a condom breaks? Or he's flossing his teeth and his gums bleed? Brian: Or he shoots off his load and you're bending over to tie your shoe and it accidentally flies up your ass... Emmett: I haven't seen so many dogs since 101 Dalmatians. Michael Charles Novotny: You fucked a murderer? Hunter: What's the big deal? I used a condom. Brian Kinney: [to Michael] Well, your safe sex lecture paid off. [after Michael informs Hunter that Brian already has a boyfriend] Hunter: You do? Brian Kinney: In a non-defined, non-conventional way, yeah. [Michael and Hunter argue about Hunter's 'job' as a hustler] Michael Charles Novotny: This guy could have killed you. Hunter: They all could. Michael Charles Novotny: Well, if you know that why do you do it? Hunter: I have low self-esteem. I was sexualized at too early an age. It's exciting, fun, and a great way to make non-reportable income. Michael Charles Novotny: I would like an honest answer, smart-ass. Brian Kinney: He just gave you one. Mel: I said Brian is not the person you want responsible for your life. He's a selfish, narcisistic, little, fucking faggot. And let me tell you something, it's not because you suck cock. It's because you're a little fucking coward. Daphne: Didn't it hurt? Justin:
At first I felt like someone was shoving a broom up there.