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Alice Pieszecki (Character)
from "The L Word" (2004)

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The L Word: Season 6: Episode 8 -- In the series finale, a celebration of friendship ends in a web of betrayal and deceit as the girls find themselves in the slammer with a detective investigating the death of one of their own.

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  1. "The L Word"
        - Last Word (2009) TV episode, Played by Leisha Hailey
        - Last Couple Standing (2009) TV episode, Played by Leisha Hailey
        - Lactose Intolerant (2009) TV episode, Played by Leisha Hailey
        - Litmus Test (2009) TV episode, Played by Leisha Hailey
        - Leaving Los Angeles (2009) TV episode, Played by Leisha Hailey
          (65 more)
  2. The Farm (2009) (TV) Played by Leisha Hailey

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From "The L Word: Lifeline (#3.5)" (2006)
Alice Pieszecki: What do you teach?
Uta Refson: I'm a vamperologist. I teach a course on the queer vampire in literature and film. And a seminar called demon desire, about the vampire as a lesbian predator.
Alice Pieszecki: Okay, I'm a total vampire lesbian freak!
Uta Refson: What attracts you to the lesbian vampire, Alice?
Alice Pieszecki: I don't know, Uta. Maybe it's just... I like the dark side.
Uta Refson: What about tomorrow?
Alice Pieszecki: What? Lunch?
Uta Refson: For dinner. I'm not much of a daytime person.
Alice Pieszecki: What? Because vampires don't go out during the day?
Uta Refson: No. We lay in bed... with the curtains drawn.
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