How We Ranked Them: I assembled a database of every L Word sex scene that involved queer characters in the main cast, and then invited the Autostraddle TV Team Heather , Kayla , Drew , Natalie and Carmen to assign each scene a score of , as well as offer any commentary they felt compelled to offer. At all!!!!! Tonya is the worst!!!
Bette and Angie
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Watch the video. Title: Lactose Intolerant 22 Feb Jenny throws a baby shower for a overwhelmed Max. But during the party, Jenny, being the nihilist person she is, spills the beans to Dylan about the girls hiring Niki to seduce her as a test to Helena's loyalty, which causes Dylan to get upset and Helena to go crazy. Meanwhile, Bette and Tina attempt to find ways to work around the Nevada state adoption law when Joyce tells them that the state's law will not grant adoption to a non-married lesbian couple.
It was the best worst programme of all time. In the first episode, she shows up wearing a tiny leather vest and some string. No one in the history of clothes has ever dressed like this on purpose. Even when they weren't wearing shower curtains or beige plastic, the cast were strutting about in mirrored sunglasses, paisley bandanas, and cheesecloth shirts with birds embroidered on them why, Tina, why. They deserved better.
Among them: its treatment of transgender and bisexual individuals, class, and race. But there is still plenty of sex, and the show's interpersonal intimacies still drive it. And not just sexually—no offense, Alice. Here are the relationships that defined episode 6. She and an utterly frantic Dani hole up in a back room, where they take turns madly refreshing the election results. Bette is silently losing it, but eventually pulls herself together at the thought of finding Angie. Alas, things are far from okay the next time we see Bette—silently lying on the couch doing absolutely nothing, refusing even to watch TV. The sight sends Angie into a panic, but she knows what this shadow of her mom needs right now is a mom. To be sad. One last time, Angie proves herself wiser than her teenage years: She refuses to let Bette brush it off.