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2009 | 2008

3 items from 2009


The L Word Series Finale: The End of Jenny Schecter on ‘The Last Word’

9 March 2009 9:43 AM, PDT | BuzzFocus.com | See recent BuzzFocus.com news »

Who killed Jenny Schecter? Ever since the first promo for the series finale of the L Word hit the Internet, we've been wondering who killed Jenny. Now that the series finale has come and gone, we've been left with our hands dangling up in the air in frustration. Why? Because know one truly knows who the f^#k killed Jenny. There was a time when nice-and-neat "all questions resolved, all plot lines concluded" series finales became cliché. Life doesn't end neatly. There is always confusion. And, writers wanted to imitate life. The scribes switched up to more ambiguous endings; ones where the viewer was allowed to draw his/her own conclusion. But, unlike your classic Hemingway story, filled with metaphors and enough subtext to draw a definitive conclusion, TV writers have always come up short on the ambiguous ending. Nowadays, even the unanswered ending is cliché. We saw it in the Sopranos. »

- Lady Iris

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The L Word Series Finale Season 6 Episode 8: ‘The Last Word’

2 March 2009 6:19 PM, PST | BuzzFocus.com | See recent BuzzFocus.com news »

The L Word is over. Only one more episode and we will say goodbye to eight ladies who helped teach the world a different side of love. And, one of these women will die. On the series finale of The L Word, Jenny Schecter will lose her life. Is Schecter a neurotic obsessive woman with no conscience, a girl that just loves too much, a total psycho or simply a b*tch? That's a question each fan has considered since day one. The fact is Jenny's death won't really be felt by anyone. Her death comes with the end of the L Word, so whether she lived or died it wouldn't really matter. The chronicles of her life would have died anyway with the end of the series. As for who done it, we can rule out Helena now that she's back with Dylan. But the other girls of the »

- Lady Iris

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The Last Word

20 February 2009 12:59 AM, PST | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

"I'd say that actors appear to be more serious about their craft. With all the great training, schools, etc., I've found that those who really desire to learn come and live here." -- James Dickson Manhattan "The community. You see the same actors at every audition, you bump into friends on the street, and you never feel alone in the struggle. It's easy to make friends, and it's easy to see the choices to make. Everyone around you is working toward the same goals, so the community starts with the first audition you go to. Even the horrid lines you wait in for non-Equity summer stock are part of the journey -- that's where you can make friends for life!" -- Nancy Anderson Manhattan "My friend Joe wrote a play, and he wanted to hear it out loud. And in a couple of short emails, he assembled a table reading »

- Andrew Salomon

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