Even people who never watched The L Word remember Shane McCutcheon, the shaggy-haired, smoky-voiced hairdresser who bedded more than a thousand women. But we loved her in spite of all that, or maybe because of it. In the midst of a divorce, she takes home the flight attendant who works on the private plane that drops her back in L. What do you remember about your audition? What was going on in your life then?
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Watch now. Tina's obvious, lingering affection for Bette affects her dating prospects. Jenny lands Shane a last-minute job of styling hair for the wedding of Jenny's boss's, Mr. Halsey's, daughter which results in a hilarious series of erotic encounters as Shane scores with both of the bridesmaids, and the mother of the bride as well. Meanwhile, Tasha returns and reveals to Alice that she's being being investigated by the U. Army for "homosexual conduct". Meanwhile, Kit and Max spot a young girl, named Adele, who's obsessed with Jenny's work and hook her up with her dream job of being Jenny's new personal assistant.
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Almost as immediately as news broke that The L Word 's reboot was finally, actually happening, it reignited the conversation about how the series could "atone for the sins" of its past. Among them: its treatment of transgender and bisexual individuals, class, and race. Thankfully, the cast of the The L Word Generation Q , which premiered on Showtime on Sunday, is devoid of cis actors playing characters who are trans.
The second season of The L Word originally aired on Showtime from February 20, to May 15, and featured 13 episodes. It starts by unveiling to the viewers a secret Tina is keeping from everyone: she successfully became impregnated after a second insemination. Tina and Bette are still apart. Bette doesn't deny the affair and begs Tina for forgiveness but later alienates herself from the group and continues the affair for a short while until realizing that it's Tina she wants to spend her life with, not Candace and so ends their short affair. Tina and Bette reconcile during the final episode. The character of Marina was written out of the show and the Planet was bought by Kit Porter. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.