Bette Porter and Tina Kennard have been a couple for seven years and want to start a family. Their next-door neighbor, Tim Haspel, is about to form a couple when his girlfriend, talented young writer Jenny Schecter, moves in. Soon, mixing with Bette and Tina's circle of lesbian friends, Jenny learns that her mid-west university may not have prepared her for what she will learn about life, lust and love in Los Angeles.
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Throughout the series are many critiques centered on President George W. Bush. Ironically, it's also mentioned that Bush's administration doesn't allow criticism. See more
All right, I'm going to take a look at this and while I'm gone, well, you remember how I told you that there's a fair amount of evidence now? It's more likely to take if you're aroused.
[Bette looks a tiny bit put off at the suggestion. The doctor turns the light off and winks at Bette then leaves the room. Bette turns toward Tina
She's not serious! Am I supposed to fuck you right here?
I think it would help.
Written by Mark Lazeski
and Mary Ancheta
Performed by Mark Lazeski
and Mary Ancheta See more