Because we're so cool we can barely even breathe, our finale "party" (I say "our" because even though it was "mine," really I was too drunk to be a "hostess," which is one of many reasons why I have Haviland) was graced not only by a mag-assignment-expense account (read: free food and drink) but by photographer Layla Love, who's fine work you may have spotted on Hav's website/myspace and my website/myspace. I'm not linking to myself, because this paragraph's already got about all the ego it can handle. Also I swear, I really do have a girlfriend, only apparently I WON'T if I put her in any photos. And if she is a figment of my imagination, she feels pretty fucking real.
I have no idea when that photo was taken, but half the crowd is missing, and I'm clearly not impressed with what I see on the teevee. There's a lot of photos from this party that I don't remember being taken. Here's some more mystery photos:
1. Finish this goddamn re-cap.
2. Breathe a little bit, attend to the rest of my life and the ten bajillion things in it.
3. Do Guestbian Blog II.
4. Write some season wrap-up post with reflections, quotes, highlights, low-lights, self-congratulatory items, etc.
5. Write a pilot for Season 5 that doesn't suck and put it here and wait.
6. Recap a Season One or Season Two episode (selected by YOU! the readers), also readers can select the costume of the day (for myself, Haviland, Heather, TB, whomevs...)
7. Stay tuned. Seriously, mind is a-churnin' with ideas for the future.
"I feel like I've had foreplay and sex for several months without coming."
There are also photos in this re-cap that Hav and I took of ourselves before the show, because we're weird like that. I'd explain to you which ones they are, but I think it's obvs.
Me: I'm realizing as I write this re-cap that I didn't pay attention to any of it. It's like I'm watching it for the first time. Did anyone say anything funny? Did you say anything?
TB: Um, all I remember is you were sitting on my lap.
Me: I was on your lap?
TB: [pause] Um...yeah, sitting on my lap. Right?
Me: OHHHHH ... SITTING on your lap. Oh--right. Yeah, totes.
1. We were going to order churros for the finale party, and take photos of everyone eating them. Turns out there's literally NOWHERE in Manhattan to get churros delivered. What is this bullshit? UPDATE: I totes passed a churro cart on my way to the gym today! I didn't get one. But I was like, "Hey, churro girl, what's up?'"
2. Last week I said Sixteen Candles and I meant Pretty in Pink, so then we fixed it before it went up on TLW Online. Like the pornographic films by the same titles, I sometimes get these two mixed up in my mind.
3. Ames says that the dialogue on All my Children is sometimes better than The L Word's. Actually, when I'm at the gym and I see that transgendered dude, I'm all like, whats going on and I plug in my headphones.
4. hysterectomaniacally = new word, means "laughing a lot."
Bette is walking through some sort of balloon village. She sees Toshi Regan and gets down on her knees. That's sign language for "spread your legs, baby, and let's get it onnnnnn," unfortunately Toshi doesn't know sign language. She thinks it means "Please continue to play your song while I gaze lovingly at you." And hey, those lyrics coincidentally match the refrain playing in our heads right now as we watch this show.
The "17 reasons why" sign was on the corner of 17th and Mission Street in San Francisco until 2002, when it was replaced by a Miller Light Sign. Residents protested, because San Francisco is like that. The sign was erected in the 1930s as a slogan for the furniture-company Redlick-Newman.
Here's why, and I'm including this because the dialogue is totes L-Word worthy:
"My father developed this slogan after much study, asking everybody and their cousin," he said. "He'd gotten the idea from Heinz 57 years back. They had 57 brands of food or pickles, whatever."
The 17 did refer to the fact the store stood on the corner of 17th Street. But what were the reasons?
"People would ask what the 17 reasons were, and we would guff it off. There were no 17 reasons," he said.
I Read "The Screenwriterks Workbook," p.s., and I Would Not Recommend It, Totes Boring, Go Back to The Truth About Diamonds
Jenny is at The Planet, picking up her triple-soy-latte-gingerbread-philter beverage. Tina tries to sideline her, but Jenny is on a hurry to pick up her dog, which is going to be "so little and cute." Unlike Sounder Sr., who was "so large and slobbery." Tina tells her that the meeting has been canceled, but I think she's lying! She's a good liar, she should play poker.
I spy heavy breathing. I spy a Paige-body, and a Shane body, and I spy the words "Jane Lynch." If the show had ended at this moment, my life would have been complete, and I could have died a happy woman, full of expectation and hope for the future. Di, Di, Yay-nu. Di, di, yay-nu. Di-di-yay-nu. Dayenu Daynu.
Lesbian Sexy Moment #23: Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Gay
The Players: Shane and Paige
The Pick-Up: No clue. I'm guessing something monosyllabic and straightforward. E.G: "Lets fuck." "Okay."
Hot or Not?: First off; Jared, man, I've totally been there. 'Cept my Mom doesn't look like Paige. I mean, Mom's lovely and all, but she's older and um, etc. than Paige. I was about to add that my Mom's Come-Out-Period-GF was not as hot as Shane, which is true, but I remember this ex-GF as being super-hot. Now I just had a really creepy feeling where I realized that my Mom's ex-GF and my present GF have sort-of-similar facial structures and hair. And drinking habits.
Right, so they are makin' out and Jared spoils the fun. Paige says that Jared is purposely going out of his way to make sure they don't have a moment alone together. Yeah; unlike J-Dawg, I totes gave my Mom all the time alone she needed. I was 15, thus I had shit to do, like listen to The Lemonheads and cut my hair off and make lanyards for my Lip Smackers.
Fasten Your Seatbelts. It's Gonna be a Bumpy Afternoon.
Paige tells Shane "I love being with you in cars and at your work, but I'd really like to fuck you in a bed, and I'd like to go to sleep with you, and I'd like to wake up with you." YIKES! Shane's dyke-drama-alarms start a'ringing in her head, then she swallows them and is totally Carpe Diem about it. She's like "we'll talk to him." To herself, she's like: "Then Carmen will forgive me for how I done her wrong this time last year."
Lesbian Sqaubble #37: She Must Love the Smell of Napalm in the Morning
In the Ring: Tasha/People Who Love Freedom V. Alice/Bleeding-Heart Liberals/People Who Love Humanity
Content/Result: Alice is giving Tasha the silent treatment, so Tasha thinks quick: she demounts and chases Alice while shouting her name ("Alice! Alice!") I'm guessing this is one of many brilliant battle strategies Tasha learned in the US Army. However, unlike insurgents, Alice surrenders quickly and submits to a convo. Tasha's like, Listen to me, Alice. I'm not leaving this show. Do you see what color my skin is? That's right. I'm black. You need me here to balance out your whitey mcwhiteness, plus I'm the only well-constructed new character still afloat right now, and I'm fuckin' beautiful. Alice says her left-wing-radical West Hollywood doc will get Tash out of duty by slapping her with crabs or "scurvy." Unfortunately she doesn't mention SARS or Cholera, that'd been way funnier. Tasha's explains she's not trying to get out of it, she made a commitment, and Alice is like, Fuck this shit. For reals, this girl doesn't need another dead ex. Who Wins? Putting aside the automatic-lose of Alice's whole ensemble here and the automatic-hot of Tasha's motorcycle, arms, face, etc., Alice is right and Tasha is wrong. Dude, ACTUALLY HAVING SCURVY is better than fighting in Iraq.
Come to Me, Cover Me, Together We'll Break These Chains of Love
"Tash, I've got these handcuffs around my neck for a reason, and it's not to promote Jodi's latest "installation"--I'm strapping you to the bed and forcing you to watch The Ghosts of Abu Ghraib till you scream for SARS. I'll totes hire you at OurChart, don't sweat about not understanding computers, none of my employees do, that's why we got so many bugs."
Side Note: Papi is Eva Torres. Who knows who that is? Only the first lover of Carmen De La Pica Morales, as Marc discovered during the making of his film Lez Girls. I mean: Lesbians Gone Wild. I mean: Whatever.
Tina, Welcome Back to the Land of the Smokin' Hot.
Bette, representing Talbots, is on the right side of the runway. Tina, representing Prada, is stage left. The two are discussing Jodi, who's not speaking to Bette because Bette skipped the meeting of the Rings of Power, and Tina's like, did you e-mail her? Bla bla bla, here, let me just text Jodi for you.
Tina is so kind, she reads the text out loud, for all the viewers at home who can't: 1. See the text she's texting, 2. Move because they've already been beaten in the Great Subtext War that left 10,000 dead horses and 15,000 very bored lesbians. She reads it very slowly so that Jodi can read her lips. If by any chance you missed the part of life where you learned the art of language, here's what it said, which Tina reads very slowly so Jodi can read her lips: "Dear Jodi, when I am scared, I micromanage and when I am uncertain I overstate when I am challenged I um--belittle--and lash out. And when I love someone, I try to put her in a box."
Tina says flowers are too generic. Ilene, are these the sorts of things you whisper to yourself at night when you tuck yourself into your coffin? "Oh, character development, too generic! Pleasing the audience, GEN-ER-IC!" So then you go and declare all flowers generic? Why? Because people LIKE them, just like they LIKE generic things like retaining popular storylines? I've never been on the giving end of the flower-exchange, except on opening night of Les Mis when I sent Haviland a lemon tree (and a note that said something stalkerish like, "I am following you"), and she obvs thought I was way cooler and less generic after that.
Bette sees Kate, and asks Tina if she is seeing women now and adds she just wants Tina to be happy. (Ding! Kiss of death!) Bette asks Tina tells Bette to call her if she needs advice, which will likely go like this: "Bette, you suck and here's why." Kate comes over and consumes about 800 calories of pastries. I am blinded by her pink Kangol hat; I can't speak.
Me: I know right, how's she gonna hear that shit?
Shane and Paige are coming out to their son, Jared. Jared's shoving his piehole, per always. He spills his ketchup, I'm not sure why, I think it's so we remember that Jared is only a child who makes mistakes and that Shane wears expensive shirts.
Content/Result: Paige begins with this porn-tastic dish: "Well, you know that Shane is my girlfriend?" Shane looks bored out of her skull. Jared, with the vocal inflections of a crappy child actor from Showbiz Moms and Dads auditioning for a grape juice commercial, intones: "I don't want you to be a lez. I already know that you are (to Shane), but I don't want my Mom to be." I understand, a little; he's a kid, and that's tough. The Mombians win, because they are right, and Jared is wrong, but I still feel for the kid. Shane saddles up to the bar for a heart-to-heart. She tells him that maybe he and Shay can be brothers. Clearly she's talking about a castle on a cloud, where gay people can get married, adopt brothers from dead-beat Dads, and fix lingering guilt from previously spoiled ruins by re-applying oneself to a new partner.
Oh, Jane Lynch! Surely she should know better than to represent another one of Lez Girls. I mean, seriously? NOT ONE of them has ever actually brought their case to court! What a waste of time. Not to mention that "I've made love to a pregnant woman" thing, which still haunts me in my sleep. Bette introduces her to her newest client, Phyl-do. They shake hands, Phyllis giggles like a schoolgirl: they exchange words re: their abrasive nicknames. This is pretty important, actually, and is related really to society's discomfort with women in positions of power, but you know, whatever, take Women's Studies or something. This show isn't going to teach you anything. Not even how to have sex.
Bette tells Joyce that Tina's back on their team and Joyce hopes they aren't back together. I'm starting to, really just cause all the other storylines seem so left-field. I'd pick Jenny/Carmen over this randomness. Phyllis is like "Jodi and Bette were so perfect together," but she sounds like she's trying to sell soap or something, not a relationship. "It made my whole room smell like marigolds!" She's all like, Bette, what are you going to do to get Jodi back? Have you ever seen The Green Mile? Um, okay, Bette, really, you're going to take advice on what true love is from Phyllis "Alice is the love of my life" Kroll? Where are we? What's going on here? It's nice to have Joyce delivering these lines, because she's all mockumentary, and these are mockumentary lines! Ooooo, that would be good, eh? Christopher Guest directing The L Word? Then Parker Posey could date Shane, they'd keep Jenny up all night with the clank-clank of their bones against one another.
Phyllis starts talking about being a freshman at Wellesley and the girl she fell in love with. Aw, all-girl's colleges, like Brooke/Mount Holyoke! I wish the girl was Peggy Peabody. She's my favorite character, and she's never on the show.
They're trying to hold a meeting without telling Sherlock Schecter. Silly monkeys! Jenny busts in and is all like "Lorenzo, what a surprise!" Her hair is in ringlets, she's wearing fabric best intended for pillow-sham-fringe, she has a small puppy who's just been groomed: she is Jenny, Jenny in All Her Glory.
In the Ring: Jenny V. Tina
Tina: "Oh Jenny, we thought that you were uh--"
Jenny: "That I was uh--completely clueless? Someone to fuck with?
Tina: [yeah, kinda?] "No, of course not--"
Jenny: "Someone who didn't realize what a lying duplicitous scheming excuse you are for a friend? Be careful if you're doing business with this woman because she actually eats her own." [like Marilyn Manson? ]
Kate: "Actually, Jenny, Tina's been a really good friend to you, as a matter of fact she's protected you--"
Jenny:"She just wants to fuck you--she does--she just wants to get in your pants---"
Tina: "Shut the fuck up, Jenny, okay? You're a cunt! Bette almost lost her job because of you!"
(Side note: everyone who saw Six Feet Under, remember Claire being like: "Nate, this isn't the Matrix. The rest of us don't have babies, we're real." God, just thinking about the good writing on that show makes my cunt ache.)
Bette is cooing at Angelica. Then Jodi calls. He's like, "Hi, this is Tom [whatever], interpreting for Jodi Lerner?" Like, she's gonna be like "oh, thanks for specifying, Tom, I was thinking it was that other deaf girl I just went out with that you sometimes freelance for?" He explains they're in Upstate New York, where the people live amongst the animals and don't have cell phones or running water. Jodi pretends that she's in a tent when she's totes wearing a silk scarf with a goblet, which is the first Awesome thing Jodi has done, besides building that Awesome play structure for Major Magics. Jodi's like, you got scared, you put me in a box, it was on SNL and very degrading.
From this distance and on this weight-warping thing we call "television"--Shane totally looks like me! Hat, shoes, pants, jacket, yeah, we're twins. Where's Paige? Max, as the resident "dude who does stuff," has given Bette some bungee cords. Max is going to San Francisco to get his tits cut off. Grace is coming with him, obvs, 'cause she's an Angel. Max's not sure if he's gonna go through with it because "it's an irreversible decision, you know?" Unlike his personality, of course, which has been completely reversed this season. Also, Max is so smart, yeah? Let's see a Season-5 Max, tits intact, going by "moira," being, as Kit said, "the butchest butch ever" or something. Just like, be masculine, shave the soul patch, be a girl, be hot, wear boy briefs, etc.
Max stands still, like someone who is wearing a Wal-Mart vest and has to pee really bad but has been told not to move. He wants to go to San Fran so he can get one of the t-shirts the cool girls are always wearing. Like Helena had one in this ep, and Shane wore one to Pride Season 2. God, I know way too much about this show, I gross myself out.
The Hardy Girls are going to steal the most beautiful sign that Jodi Lerner has ever seen. Alice is all 'Hell No I Won't Go' re: Tasha's going away party, which is to celebrate that "the person that she cares for" is going to fight in a morally bankrupt war. She'd rather stay home and fight the good fight on OurChart, really give back and make a difference. They approach the fence and Alice asks: "Are you sure maybe she wouldn't just want like, a sports car? I don't know, like a Cartier diamond would be a lovely gift." Cute, Al.
Alice: Steaks? For lunch?
Shane: That'd be nice.
Bette clips the wires like she's a wire-cutting expert (rocket science? sign language? Lez Girls?) Alice is like "have you done this before, Bette?" and Bette is like "Nope." Bette is the fastest learner on the planet. Seriously. I bet she's really good in bed. I bet she knows what you want before you know you want it. Unfortunately for the Hardy Girls, she doesn't know that Tina wants to get back in the saddle with her--which they try to talk her into while they're scaling the fence. Which is funny. Like, "somehow, fighting with Tina about breast pumps seems way easier than this bullshit." They get attacked by dogs. That's what the steaks are for. Bette is actually MacGyver. They put Shane on the dolly, it's so Apple Dumpling Gang.
Shane: Did you guys hear--have you guys ever heard of Value Village?
[I have. It's a discount store in Ypsilanti, Michigan, where I've gotten some of my hottest outfits and some great literature, e.g. "Little Girl Lost" by Drew Barrymore. It was really inspiring, I was like "Hey, I'm 13, where's my 420?"]
Bette: ["Value? Oh no, I'm not into this value of which you speak. I prefer pretty things."] Value Village?
Shane: Yeah, it's that place where you can get that three bedroom house, a dishwasher--
[You had me at "dishwasher." Is there a toaster, too?]
Alice: And June and Beaver Cleaver as your neighbors, yeah?
Shane: Aside from that snotty remark, you know, the kids can ride their bikes to school and---
Bette: [What a surprise! The door is locked!] Shit.
Shane: You know?
Alice: [to Shane] Hey, let's go, fatty, come on--
Shane: [as they push her through a window] Okay-okay-okay!
Bette: Why is she talking about kids and bikes and family and stuff?
Alice: I don't think that's Shane. I think that's a pod-person in Shane's body pretending to be Shane.
"Are you high? This isn't realistic--this is fucking insane." -Alice
"Oh God, I’m stuck! Go without me! Leave me behind! Save yourself!"- ALICE
It's just better when she's...you know...quiet. Like, doesn't talk?
In the Ring: Catherine V. Helena (and, sort of, Kit/Papi)
Content/Result: Catherine is afraid that they have a little conflict because there's a high-stakes poker game that Helena must attend. Helena's like "it's my friend's going away party!" Helena is really going to miss Tasha because they had that one conversation that one time? You know? The one? The only one they had? Ever? Which is why she can't miss the party? Catherine's like, "I'm sure your friends will understand that I need you?" This is like, straight out of some kind of pyscho stalker movie, so she loses.
They get all their shit together. "You guys are the best," Bette tells Shane and Alice. And lesbians across America nod in agreement. Congratulations, you three. Seriously, you've risen above some really horrid scripts and maintained your relative artistic integrity. Dream team, etc.
Jenny spots Kate right away, because she's still in that same outfit. Jenny has come to apologize and to offer to work together to create something meaningful/powerful. Enter Merkin: she's doing a story on Kate for VelvetPark. Holy pay-cut, VaginaWig! What happened to Curve? Still, I heart velvetpark, and I also un-heart the closed-minded assfucks of NYC who don't stock the magazine--I mean, seriously, I had to buy it at Babeland when Bette/Jenny/IC did the cover. Either you know what that is or you don't, and if you do, rock on.
In the Ring: Jenny Vs. Stacey/Kate
Kate: Who's Lindsay?
Stacey: Just what I was about to talk to you about--
Lindsay: Lindsay was my girlfriend. See was a veterinarian, a sweet, selfless person, and then Jenny came in and destroyed her.
Jenny: [re: Merkin] She--wrote a terrible review of my book--
Stacey: Are you gonna kill that dog too?
Jenny: I didn't kill a dog.
Kate: You killed a dog?
Jenny: No I didn't. The dog was old and the dock [sic] was sick.
Stacey: Lindsay was so incredibly upset when she found out that the dog she put down was not actually Jenny's dog at all.
Kate: Awww, you're more twisted than Tina said you are. You're more twisted than the characters in your book.
Jenny: It was a mistake. It was a very bad mistake.
Kate: Do you just prey on people whose lives are already falling apart, or do you actually take a more aggressive role in creating their grief and--their destruction?
Stacey: That's such a good question--I mean, in Jenny's world, does art imitate life, or does life imitate art? When I think about that poor girl, that's based for the character Karina?
Jenny: I don't know what you're talking about. Marina was as viper.
Kate: No, actually I heard she was a really nice girl until she met you and then her life fell apart--
Jenny: That's not true. You should not listen to anything Merkin says.
Kate: No, Stacey didn't tell me.
Jenny: What? Who told you that?
Kate: It was Elise. No, it was Sean. Sean told me. Oh, it was Tina. Was it Nina?
[Jenny gives appropriate WTF look.]
Kate: You know I can't wait to tell you what I'm going to do with the character of Jessie in my adaptation of Lez Girls?
Who wins? Well, I guess Kate/Stacey win...but like, c'mon. Marina was a viper. And what happened to Lindsay, for real? This shit's wack.
Oh and Stacey....That's such a good question, does life imitate art, does art imitate life?
I don't know Ilene...does it?
Bette is packing to go somewhere. She has a lot of stuff. I wonder what it is? Tina is helping her plan out her vay-cay. Tina's such a sport. Then Phyllis comes and says Joyce won't take her case. Bette and Tina are like "huh?" Conflict of interest. Wink wink. I bet Hazel will "conflict" your "interest." I have a conflict of interest: part of me loves this show, and part of me thinks it's total crap.
-Joyce, re: Phyllis
These two are a match made in heaven. They should start their own show. It could be a sitcom. Seriously, it would be a really good sitcom. I love how Joyce is all crass about what a sexy boss Phyllis is and they go off on a garden tour. Also, Phyllis is totes wearing sneakers with a business suit, which is brilliant. I mean, she's a lesbian now, right, so fuck the high heels! Then Tibette all totally agree like "that's surreal." I love them again.
Bette: I totally defer to you.
Tina: When she wants to join you for dinner?
Bette: I yield to your wishes.
Tina: And when she equivocates about whether it's a good idea for you to sleep together tomorrow night?
Bette: I bow to your superior judgment.
"Please, please, please, let me get what I want. Let me get what I want, this time."
This would be a really good ad for those Venus razors, because that Venus song in their ad right now is totes annoying. It'd also be a good ad for whatever toothbrush Shane is using, because she likes it so much, she brushes her teeth for five hours straight, even later while she browses the classifieds in the newspaper. (Topless!) Um, hello craigslist?
It's time for a History Lesson. I'm not talking about 50s housewivery--we all know about that (rent Far From Heaven, Pleasantville, that Jim Carrey movie, Back to the Future II to further reflect on our contemporary obsession with the 50s suburban lifestyle). I'm talking about Young Americans, the short-lived 2000 television show that brought Oz and Slicey (the curators of The L word Online, where you are likely reading this) together (YA Convention...read all about it here ). I remember the show distinctly: not because I ever watched it (I honestly did not own a television that year, fo' reals), but because I was flipping channels one day (probably at Mom's, as I did not have a TV) and came across this boy I was totally drawn to. I kept watching and thinking, "God, this boy is so cute, why do I love him so much?" and then...well, yeah, it turns out it was a girl. Played by Kate Moening. And I cannot watch this scene without thinking about Jake, and how it's kinda creepy that Kate hasn't like, aged? Like, at all? Okay. Moving on.
Shane is totally reneging on that no-ties thing again. Why does she have trouble tightening it? She wears a tie every day, even with wifebeaters! Also, Shane: there's this thing? Called a "tailor"?
Here we have it. The last Lesbian Sex Moment of the season:
Lesbian Sex Moment #9: Little Boxes, Little Boxes, Little Boxes Made of Pussy
The Players: Mr and Mrs. McCutcheon
The Pick-Up: You know, I don't think it's off--"
Hot or Not?: Cutting from Shane and Paige fucking to a shot of Shay doing an Opie-grin? Not hot. Two hot girls fucking? Hot. Paige and Shane both have good orgasm faces, good chemistry, etc. I think it's hot by default. Although while we were watching it the first time, I was like, groaning (the bad kind of groan) and cracking up, I loved it sorta this time around. But maybe I just told myself that, to motivate myself to create that montage. HOT HOT, if you cut out Shane's 50s part.
UM. WOAH. HOLD THE FUCK UP. Seriously. Okay. Here we are. Here we are at the crossroads. Ugh!!!!! LOSING SOMEONE TO A GODDAMN HEART ATTACK IS MUCH WORSE. I want to be nice because it's almost time for Riese-Writer/Haviland-Star Campaign '08, but could you (you=the writing team) possibly push my buttons any more than this? No. No you couldn't. God. Ugh. UGH.
Okay. Moving on....
Heather: She's dead, she can do that, you don't get fat when you're dead.
Yay Dana! Yay Ghosts! Nice sweater. Seriously, I want it, like, now.
Jenny's had a hard day. Shane says, Jenny, I don't judge you. They hug. We dream.
Papi tells Tasha that if she dies, she'll fucking kill her. Get it? Papi's actually not hot anymore. Not in this scene. It's over, capital-O Over. Tasha is a woman of few words. So they just like, walk and stuff.
Helena: And if they're still together?
Catherine: If I win, you get to be my servant and sex slave for the next year.
We all know Paige isn't coming back next season. Yeah Helena! Who wants to be a millionaire, baby?!! Obviously they had this wager, earlier, too.
Kate and Tina are seeing who's fingers are longer. Then Tina's phone rings, and it's Bette. Bette's like, what should I say to Jodi, so Tina, never one for reading-between-the-lines, tells Bette how SHE feels. Kate is like, right, I'm so not getting laid tonight.
Okay, um I never should have let you go. I would do anything for another chance. I'm not afraid to make a fool out of myself. Okay? Sleep well.
Bette: Thank you, Tina.
All together now, kids:
The Only Scene That Kinda Goes With this Song.
And with how we feel:
The Round Up:
Lesbian Squabbles: 5 this episode, 41 total
Lesbian Sexy Moments: 1 this episode, 23 total
Lesbian Sex Moments: 1 this episode, 9 total
Quote of the Week: Alice