Shane tries to dull her pain by a day at a health spa with Veronica in the hopes that she can forget about Carmen and Jenny's blossoming relationship. Later, Shane gets stoned in which she ... See full summary »

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Shane tries to dull her pain by a day at a health spa with Veronica in the hopes that she can forget about Carmen and Jenny's blossoming relationship. Later, Shane gets stoned in which she gets beaten up, and is rescued by Mark. Meanwhile, Tina comes between Helena and her ex lover, Winnie Mann, over custody of their two young children. Bette also sees a glimmer of hope in her life when she meets Leo Herrera, the California Art Center's new sponsor, and word gets around of her single status. Jenny continues writing her novel for Charlotte's writing class and comes into issues with her classmate Hunter. Also, Dana and Alice call everyone to The Planet to announce their romantic relationship where Kit throws them a party for them. Written by Anonymous

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The scene where Carmen is sitting on Jenny's bed and talking with her looks like a mirrored shot. The lettering on her t-shirt when she is standing in the doorway reads normally. When she is sitting down on the bed and talking to Jenny the words change to reading backwards. See more »

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References Funny Girl (1968) See more »

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