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Admin06.07.2021

Top 12 Best Episodes Ever

Has anybody else tried this? [the highlight of my IFC interaction was being invited to vancouver as a ruse to get us to stop doing TLWO.
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Admin08.08.2021

Top 12 Best Episodes Ever

Related: links to recaps, episode guides, quotes, etc.
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Admin03.09.2021

Top 12 Best Episodes Ever

Tina is incredulous and afraid for her job, but finally snaps when she sees Aaron and William at a dinner meeting with new clients that she wasn't informed of.
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Admin24.07.2021

Tina Kennard

She explained "you're always attracted to someone you want to learn from".
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Admin01.08.2021

The L Word (TV Series 2004–2009)

The beginning of The Chart.
Admin19.08.2021

The L Word (TV Series 2004–2009)

She used to work alongside Clive as a male prostitute.
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Admin21.08.2021

The L Word (TV Series 2004–2009)

Some writers make homage to historic filmmakers such as Godard, Cassavetes, and Soderbergh by having the characters refer to them; this is a tiny detail but certainly amuses film fans.
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Admin08.07.2021

The L Word (TV Series 2004–2009)

Shane finally answers a text message from Quiara, her estranged wife.
Admin29.06.2021

The L Word (TV Series 2004–2009)

Moennig did not agree with labeling the character.
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Admin12.07.2021

Shane McCutcheon

However, Clea is in love with Shane and exposes her mother's affair with Shane.
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Admin30.08.2021

Tina Kennard

This artistically well-done Showtime-made TV series primarily focuses on portrayal of lesbians in their 20s to 40s as urban professionals and deals with their everyday issues; at the same time, thematic materials such as working on relationships or struggling against temptations have universal qualities so that any open-minded persons, regardless of gender and sexual orientation, can associate with the happenings in the show.
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Admin24.07.2021

The L Word: Generation Q reveals who killed Jenny Schecter cliffhanger

Though Tina appears ready to proceed with pressing charges against Bette, Joyce Wischnia informs her that no court will believe her pretense with Henry and will most likely have Angelica placed in a heterosexual foster family or adopted by a heterosexual couple rather than granting either of them custody due to their individual actions, and persuades her to reach an agreement with Bette.
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