Nathan's displeasure actually leads to Stella moving out. Kim rushes off at Sugar's help call. The sassy slut's constant sexual and general mischief has finally got her in major trouble, covered in ...
Eighteen months later, life is largely back to normal at Kim's Brighton home. Even Stella has returned and seems monogamous with Nathan, the parental couple in sex therapy. Sugar however is in jail. ...
This hot and hilarious lesbian soap opera takes you on a wild ride through the mixed up love lives of a group of sexy Madrid lesbians including the unbelievably gorgeous Spanish TV star Celia Freijeiro. Think: The L Word meets Almodovar.
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At the end of season 2 Stella discovers she's pregnant and that the baby has got to be Nathan's. However, at the beginning of season 1 Stella told Kim that Nathan can't discover she's on birth control because he's been snipped. See more »
Teenage girls are so clued up these days.
That's because you adults are so full of shit!
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I have to say, I've become addicted to Sugar Rush. It makes up for all those years I spent as a teenager where there was not a hint of lesbionic viewing was in site. Young lesbians of today should be pleased to have such a show. It's entertaining, funny and regularly shocking. Kim's life is messed up but you don't realize to what extent until she narrates it at the start of the next episode. Still, in Season 2 she's starts to pull it together when she meets Saint. At least she has the love sorted. Her family, are another matter. and of course there's the CC. Wicked! You find yourself wanting to be there or anywhere like it. Careful people, this one's addictive!
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