"The L Word" Loud & Proud (TV Episode 2005) Poster

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[Mark tries to make amends after Jenny discovers he has been filming her and Shane on hidden cameras]

Mark Wayland: I wish so much that there was something I could do.

Jenny: No, I don't think there's anything that you can do. I think you did it.

Mark Wayland: When i moved in here, I was the type of guy who was capable of doing shit like this. But i am not that guy anymore. I know that I've said it before, but you and Shane have made me a better man.

Jenny: Oh, fuck off, Mark. It's not my job to make you a better man and I don't give a shit if I've made you a better man. It's not a fucking woman's job to be consumed and invaded and spat out so that some fucking man can evolve.

Mark Wayland: That's not what I meant.

Jenny: What the fuck are you talking about, then, Mark? You give me one reason why you think that I should forgive you.

Mark Wayland: Because, Jenny. I made a big, big mistake. But from that I have learned how difficult it is to be a woman.

Jenny: Ugh. Please.

[Walks away]

Mark Wayland: Wait, Jenny! Hey! Look at this!

[Strips naked]

Jenny: What are you doing?

Mark Wayland: Is this what you want?

Jenny: No.

[Hurls a pen at him]

Jenny: What I want is for you to write "fuck me" on your chest. Write it. Do it! And then I want you to walk out that door and I want you to walk down the street, and anybody that wants to fuck you, say, "Sure! Sure! No problem!" And when they do, you have to say, "Thank you very, very much." And make sure that you have a smile on your face. And then, you stupid fucking coward, you're gonna know what it feels like to be a woman.

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[after Tina tells her she wants to start seeing Bette again]

Helena Peabody: [condescendingly] Oh, I'm sorry. Did you think we were exclusive?

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[Dana refuses to believe Howie when he comes out]

Howie Fairbanks: I've known since I was 4, Dane.

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