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Shane aborts her plans to move in with Paige to help raise her son when she falls back into old habits, and later suffers the consequences. Meanwhile, Jenny returns from a Mexican vacation ... See full summary »

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Jenny Schecter
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Shane McCutcheon
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Shane aborts her plans to move in with Paige to help raise her son when she falls back into old habits, and later suffers the consequences. Meanwhile, Jenny returns from a Mexican vacation with a billionaire movie financier, named William Halsey, in tow to launch an all-out war against Tina to take back her rights to the movie production 'Lez Girls'. Phyllis has sudden doubts about the exclusivity of her romance with Joyce during her coming out party that Kit throws at the Planet, while Kit tries to get over being without Angus. At the Planet, Alice and Shane attempt to set the lonely Tina up on a date. Elsewhere, Helena gets tossed into jail for ripping off Catherine's ill-gotten cash, and with nobody to help her, she faces a grim life behind bars. Also, Bette's welcome-home gesture to Jodi backfires. Written by Anonymous

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Written by Kara DioGuardi and John Shanks
Performed by Hilary Duff
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