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George Schickle is a recurring character in the Showtime drama series Queer as Folk, he is a wealthy older man, famed for his eponymous pickle company, who meets Emmett while he is working as a performer on Ted's website, jerkatwork.net

Background[]

Throughout the Series[]

Season 2[]

Episode 2.8 - At first he is Emmett's secret admirer, sending him a Tiffany bracelet to his work, later sending a chauffeur driven car to bring Emmett to his mansion. Their first meeting is a disaster, after George offers Emmett money for sex, believing him to be a hustler. Offended, Emmett leaves hurriedly. Some time later, George turns up at Emmett's apartment offering an apology, and the two become good friends and lovers.

Episode 2.11 - After a series of disasters befall Melanie and Lindsay's wedding, George offers the use of his mansion and the two are happily married.

Episode 2.14, On a trip to Europe, Emmett and George attempt to join the mile-high club, but George dies during the encounter, and Emmett has to accompany his body for the rest of the flight.

Relationships[]

While George was acquainted to the main circle of friends, his only real significant relationship is solely with Emmett. However, he remarks how he wishes he had Justin's courage in his preference at his age and admires Michael for being a devoted friend. He has more contact with Ted Schmidt due to going to operas.

Emmett Honeycutt[]

Main article: George and Emmett

At first he is Emmett's secret admirer, sending him a Tiffany bracelet to his work, later sending a chauffeur driven car to bring Emmett to his mansion. Their first meeting is a disaster, after George offers Emmett money for sex, believing him to be a hustler. Offended, Emmett leaves horridly. Some time later, George turns up at Emmett's apartment offering an apology, and the two become good friends and lovers.

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On a trip to Europe, Emmett and George attempt to join the mile-high club, but George dies during the encounter, and Emmett has to accompany his body for the rest of the flight.

George leaves Emmett inheritance out of love which was ultimately taken away from him by his embittered relatives.

Virginia Hammond[]

George's pretentious ex wife.

Ted Schmidt[]

Amongst Emmett's friends, he is more acquainted with Ted than most of the others due to their shared love of Opera.

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