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Tina's obvious, lingering affection for Bette affects her dating prospects. Jenny lands Shane a last-minute job of styling hair for the wedding of Jenny's boss's, Mr. Halsey's, daughter ... See full summary »

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Tina's obvious, lingering affection for Bette affects her dating prospects. Jenny lands Shane a last-minute job of styling hair for the wedding of Jenny's boss's, Mr. Halsey's, daughter which results in a hilarious series of erotic encounters as Shane scores with both of the bridesmaids, and the mother of the bride as well. Meanwhile, Tasha returns and reveals to Alice that she's being being investigated by the U.S. Army for "homosexual conduct". Meanwhile, Kit and Max spot a young girl, named Adele, who's obsessed with Jenny's work and hook her up with her dream job of being Jenny's new personal assistant. In prison, Helena is rescued by her cell mate, Dusty, from a severe beating from the other inmates which seems to draw them more closer together. Elsewhere, Phyllis tells Joyce that she's having doubts about where they stand on their romance, while Bette and Jodi's romance grows stronger. Written by Anonymous

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Dusty: [They start to have sex in the prison cell, though Helena looks still a little frightened by Dusty] I haven't killed anyone!
Helena Peabody: You didn't?
Dusty: It was tax fraud!
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The Four Seasons (Spring)
Written by Antonio Vivaldi
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