Acting on Alice's advice, Tina decides to hire a famous, but ruthless, feminist lesbian lawyer named Joyce Wischnia, to support and help with her separation from Bette. Meanwhile, Dana and ...
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Acting on Alice's advice, Tina decides to hire a famous, but ruthless, feminist lesbian lawyer named Joyce Wischnia, to support and help with her separation from Bette. Meanwhile, Dana and Tonya have a get together with Dana's parents to discuss their upcoming nuptials. Ivan gives Kit the cold shoulder as she prepares to finalize her purchase of The Planet coffeehouse from Marina's visiting estranged husband. Jenny enrolls in a creative writing class at UCLA taught by the stern and cynical Charlotte Birch which the latest writing assignment makes Jenny decide to have a serious discussion with Robin regarding their relationship. Also, Dana and Tonya take Alice, Shane, and Tina for a night on the town to a strip club. Written by
[Dana and Tonya have gone to see Dana's parents to get their blessing for the wedding]
Sharon... I was engaged once before, I don't know if Dana ever told you.
No, she didn't.
Well... it was with a man. His name was Bayard. He was smart and successful... he was a real estate lawyer. He was totally in love with me. Now, I tried really hard to make that one work. But every night I would wake up in the middle of the night, crying. And one night, Bayard woke up and he found me like that. Do you know...
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