The L Word (2004–2009)
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A heated argument over politics as well as the issue of race turns into passion for both Alice and Tasha who finally consummate their growing romance. Shane and Paige grow closer leading to... See full summary »

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A heated argument over politics as well as the issue of race turns into passion for both Alice and Tasha who finally consummate their growing romance. Shane and Paige grow closer leading to consummate their romance... in the front seat of Shane's car. Kit has a public breakdown during a stage act at the Planet and she exposes Angus for his infidelity. Afterwards, Papi takes Kit out to drown her sorrows at a salsa nightclub. Meanwhile, Tina gets introduced to Jodi by Bette, while both of them have a meeting with Jenny's new pompous film agents. Elsewhere, Helena falls deeply into the debauched gambling profession under the sinister Catherine Rothburg's iron fist and lusty advances. Also, Max meets with Grace, an investor interested in purchasing Alice's website. Written by Anonymous

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References The Virgin Suicides (1999) See more »

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Enough of Your Love
Written and performed by Jaymes Bullet
Max and Grace work on Our Chart
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My awesome bedspread
6 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show has become strangely addicting. It doesn't have the best writing and sometimes the scenarios make you roll your eyes and seem quite contrived, but it's got a lot of characters that you love or hate (ugh Jenny). If a show is able to elicit an emotion (positive or negative), that makes it a good show I guess. The main reason I wanted to write this review though is because when Kit and Papi are in bed together I noticed that Papi TOTALLY HAS THE SAME EXACT IKEA BEDSPREAD THAT I DO. The set department definitely furnishes with Ikea stuff. It's a really nice bedspread. It's pink with stripes. It was a really cool sensation to see it in a show, almost like seeing a friend I recognized. In fact I'd say that that was the closest I've ever come to recognizing a familiar face in a movie or a TV show. I don't know if that makes me cool or pathetic, but whatever. I like my bedspread and I respect the creators of this show all the more for their excellent taste.


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