[Hiya. I'm recapping the pilot. I finally finished! The pilot is so long you guys, it's like recapping Hamlet.]
We had really ambitious dreams to fulfill your dreams [in our imagination, people dream about recaps] by recapping Seasons One and Two before Season Five begins. So: Carly, Zoey and I began last Thursday with the Pilot. Howevs, when the application that audio-records our witticisms suddenly crashed, we were like "fuck this shit," and didn't take photos or nothin'. But then ... I'm not a quitter! I mean, I kinda am. No: I'm like -- I believe in the future, and the possibility that in the future, I'll do whatever it was I said I'd do. That's what I believe in.
But right now, I should be: writing the article for Curve magazine, catching up on email, reorganizing my room so it's not such a Grey Garden in here, figuring out why I have 10 mosquito bites, calling my mother or friends, seeing my friends, selling things ebay, trying to fix my problems with Chase bank, revising our webisodes , writing a Sunday Top Ten for my other blog, or composing one of six recruitment ads I need to turn into work in about 36 hours. So, obvs, I'm going to "recap" the Pilot. I think recapping TV shows is what watching TV shows is for other humans. It's how I relax.
OK -- first off, an FYI that has undoubtedly shaped how I see the show: "While the character of Jenny is fueled by Chaiken’s post-college experience of moving to L.A. as a young writer and discovering her sexual self, the character of Bette is more like Chaiken’s adult self, juggling a committed relationship with the demanding schedule of a high-powered career." (Velvetpark)
There's no need to go through it in true recap style; we've all seen it and we know what happens. If you're anything like us, you've seen it 100 times. So I'm just gonna highlight some major plot points, though I'm obsessive about recaps and will probs feel oddly compelled to analyze every minute. We'll see how it goes. Maybe I should start at the end. [UPDATE: I started getting obsessive.]
Have you ever watched this thing with commentary? I haven't. I am right now, it's kinda cool. OMG, I should re-watch all of it with commentary, I'd probs feel more endeared towards it. Hey -- guess what the first line is of commentary is. Seriously, guess. OK, OK, I'll tell you: "I'm Ilene Chaiken, executive producer and writer of The L Word." See, I think Ilene could solve all her problems if she just embraced her own ridiculousness. She and Jay Manuel could take their show on the road, spreading inanity worldwide, like lesbianism. Also, how innocent we once were, back in the day before Ilene could add "Showtime's hit series" to that sentence.
I Go Back to Sleep to re-Dream Me
Can I just say? How nice it is to open this show without the slap-in-the-face that is "The Way That We Live." I mean, it opens with Tim Haspel moving furniture [I cannot watch Tim without thinking of Dawn Weiner going "Steeeve, Steeeeeve ..."], but he's hot, yeah? So, whatevs.
First line of the episode: "Bette c'mere! I'm ovulating!" Bette. Come Here. I'm Ovulating.
Hey ... wait. Did you hear that? That like, loud slamming noise? That's the sound of every straight male in the room getting up and walking out. And that smaller slam that just followed that large slam? That was Haviland walking out.
The Way They Were
Try to Control the Pull of One Magnet to Another Magnet
I Went to A Shrink To Analyse My Dreams
Zoey: "You hadn't like -- anything --- ?"
Me: "Oh. No, I'd made out with girls. I mean. I'd had sex with girls."
Carly: "You just hadn't like, dated a girl."
Me: "Well, no. I mean, I kinda had. Sorta. No, I hadn't. I mean -- I just hadn't like. Thought about it. Processed it."
Carly: "Dealt with it."
I was more or less your standard bisexual nightmare. Anyhow. Speaking of standard bisexual nightmares ... Jenny says their "home" is very traditional. Tim's like "it's not as traditional as you may think." That means: "there will be pussy eaten in these here parts."
So Much For Our Happy Ending
Carly: "No calls from the 60's."
Me: "No one wants their shirt back. The 90's haven't called, the 50's haven't called --"
Carly: "There are no messages for that shirt. No one's claiming that shirt."
Me: "No voice mails. There are no decades calling for that shirt."
Lesbian Sexy Moment #1: Underwater I Wrote Drowning
Hot Or Not?: This is the beginning of a long long tradition of lesbians doin' it in the pool. Shane strips down to everything but her leather wristcuff, in case her date wants to double check Shane's homosexuality mid-romp. This is a nice work schedule Shane's got going for herself. Client at 9, blonde in the mid-afternoon, etc. They should read Aqua Erotica, it's waterproof. Jenny, wandering through the back alley with a bouquet of crazy, spies the lovers through the fence and can't tear herself away, which's exactly how I'd feel if I were in her shoes. I'd also be like "Wow, these shoes are really small for my big ass giant feet." Did you know "Riese" means Giant in German? You know where I learned that? One of you guys. Don't remember who though.
Lesbian Sexy Moment #2: At Least Put on a Nurse Cap or Something
Tina: "I think it would help."
Hot or Not?: Bette fully wipes her mouth, which's at least adorable. They're in the doctor's office. Tina is in a great physical position from which to receive cunnilingus, I gotta say.
Carly: "Yeah, this show! She's in this show like 100 times!"
Carly: "She's like, the only doctor in West Hollywood. Wasn't she Dana's cancer doctor too?"
Like Magic Eye But With Sperm
It's not though. It's the sperm of the artist-dude. His terrible shirt has made him unable to conceive viable sperm, it like, neutered him.
Me: "Nice screensaver, Doc, thanks."
I Got a Job That Wastes My Time and Gift
I Felt You in My Funny Bone Before I Ever Met You
There's this weight between Dana and Alice -- everything matters. I didn't call it at the time, but Carly says she did. I'm not good at calling things, honestly.
Alice: "God, Dana, you are going to pickle in that self-loathing homophobia."When Jenny walks by The Planet, Dana's all like, "hello!" So cute. That happens all the time. I'm not lying, it does. We'll be sitting there, a silence will wash over the crowd, and then Haviland or myself: "Hello!" or you know, really, anyone. Like, Carly, that one time outside the Time Warner Center? That girl who walked by and looked at us? Totes.
Dana: "Alice, you are gonna pickle in that self-righteous prigishness."
Contender for the Best American Lesbian Erotica of 2004
This is the beginning, also, of Jenny's annoying habit of re-telling everything that's happened to her to everyone she sees while changing everyone's names and getting the story slightly wrong, depending on her audience. Like this audience? Coach? There's a lot of straight sex in this show. Tim fully sticks his cock in Jenny at least three times within the first hour.
I didn't catch this [this = the difference between who Jenny saw and who Tim thought she saw] the first time. Honestly, I thought Dana and Bette were the same person for the first 20 minutes or so. I dunno why, now, I guess they have similar facial structures.
Lets take a time machine: December 2004. I've got a boyfriend, I'm watching this lesbian show I ordered from Netflix on a friend's recommendation. I know from gay: I've got a gay Mom, she's got gay friends. I'd say about 50% of my social group is gay, I somehow ended up living with the entire U of M rugby team in college, most of my childhood friends turned out to be gay. I'm in the arts.
But I didn't know enough from gay, apparently, to find any of this cliche. In its defense: cliche is often cliche for a reason -- because it's true. Already the characters feel pretty honest to me -- I'm feeling the playfulness and humor around serious issues that characterises Dana and Alice's friendship, the struggle to be heard that permeates Bette and Tina's delicate and deep-set power dynamics, the complications of Jenny's "awakening" if you will and Tim's respective cluelessness -- his earnest love for this wild artist girl who he probs knows, deep down, he'll actually never truly understand.
It's almost like the first season is more of a bisexual show than a lesbian show. Also, though, this archetype's been done in Personal Best and so many shows since ... but I think until the very very recent past, it hadn't been overdone yet. Though lesbians already knew from bisexual-awakening disdain, that awareness hadn't yet broken through into mainstream society.
The access we've currently got to alternative media is pretty remarkable, and every day it becomes a lot less likely that a girl will naively make it to the age of 25 without realising she likes women more than men, or even both. But then: I liked this story and though I found many of Jenny's actions reprehensible, I also found her plot compelling, and I related, a little.
Then she became a totes mad twat. Like "Twat" the night.
Standard Bisexual Nightmare.
In The Temp-Planet, Alice says Dana doesn't want her tennis fans to know that she's a gay lady. I totes picked up that phrase immediately ["gay lady"] and permanently from this episode. And! According to the commentary, so did J-Beals! We have the like same vocabulary, we're basically one step away from "Flashdance: Havana Nights."
Then they have a really embarrassing conversation about butt waxing. Seriously, sometimes this show just embarrasses me, it's like watching your best friend get drunk and fall down the stairs so everyone can see her underwear.
In My Spare Time, I Enjoy Needlepoint, Crocheting, Scrapbooking and Other Midwestern Crafts
Also, that's Sounder, the puppy, on Jenny's shirt. That's foreshadowing. See Mrs. Chapekis, I learned a lot in Freshman English.
If Only This Was Foxy Brown and not Kit Porter
Anyhow, Kit's not derailed. Despite this uncomfortable situation with a cop, she drives on, into this show, eventually enabling Angus's fake-titted annoying girlfriend who looked like the lovechild of Mia Farrow and E.T., which blew [Angus! JK].
I feel like the cast members of this show and Ilene love working with Pam Grier so much that no one notices that her character is retarded. I mean, I'd love to work with Pam Grier. She could play my white male love child, I don't care.
Look Her In the Eyes And Tell Me You Don't Find Her Atttactive
One of the best lines of this show is Bette's "Have you ever noticed that every time Shane walks into a room, someone leaves crying?" Thus, Lacey appears and we have a perfect example of how "having a good time and moving on" can bite you in the ass. But if you're Shane, you've got no ass. However, you're good at getting ass. Want me to go on? I won't.
In the Ring: Shane and Lacey
Content/Result: Drama's not happy that Shane didn't call her. Shane is a cool customer, but not mean, which's the crux of the difference between the lesbian player and the gay male or straight player -- like Brian Kinney -- Brian'd just be like "Who are you?" But Shane is more tender, though clearly irked, and attempts to be sensitive to Lacey while simultaneously rejecting her. Lacey storms out and tells Jenny to tell Shane not to treat people like that. It's a classic moment. Go Tammy Lynn! Shane wins, because she's still hot.
Anyhow, then the party's in full blast and the kids are doing kegstands and the dorky kid is doing karaoke. Oh wait, I just confused this show with Can't Hardly Wait. This girl says there's a "scientist at the National Enquirer -- " and starts talking about the finger thing and Shane's like, into it. This is how we know Shane can't read. One, because of Jordan Catalano, two, because reading is complicated, and three, because if she could, she'd know there are no scientists at the National Enquirer, as that is a tabloid. What's next, "So, did y'all hear about Michael Jackson's alien babies and Oprah's thighs and the UFO?"
They start comparing the sizes of their hands. I start comparing the size of how much this makes me nauseous to how much this makes me feel bad about my neck. I think probs everyone feels a bit off 'cause Bette's hair looks so terrible. And because Alice is so cute, Dana is so funny, and Shane is smokin' hot, like a fire.
The Pick-Up: I think they made eye contact. Seriously, if Shane just BREATHED in my general area, I'd be like "HELLO!"
Hot or Not?: I know they're only making out against the wall which's arguably NOT a super sexy moment, but how amazing is it that they are just making out in strong lighting in the middle of this party, and also, this is the first time that you get to see the Shane LEAN, which is one of her signature moves. The slight bend, the reach for the face-cup, the bottom-kill. You know that's how Kate makes out, too,obvs.
Dear Dana Fairbanks, c/o Teevee God
You are so funny!
This scene is so adorable.
You are so gay. SO GAY.
Thus Spoke The Worst Writer Ever
I asked Carly for her memory of what it was like to see this for the first time, already being a media-savvy and out gay lady. I will insert Carly's commentary as we proceed, e.g., right now: "My most vivid memory of the pilot is making fun of Marina. Sorry Marina fans, I cannot stand her; never have, never will. She was laughable with that accent and her ridiculous seduction of Jenny. And the best part: her shoulders were visible in like, 95% of season 1. Like, she could not wear sleeves. The other girls would be wearing layers of clothing, Marina would be wearing a sleeveless top. Ri. Dic. U. Lous."
I Do a Lot of "Best Of" Pieces Too, Alice.
Also, how great is it that I've meet her now? Kinda funny, how many of these ladies I've managed to see in 3-D or meet since viewing this pilot. Alice, Shane, Bette, Lacey, Jodi, Stacey Merkin, Ilene. I'm not name dropping, it's just funny. I'm sure many of you feel the same way who've been to various HRC parties or whatevs , if you have those, wherever you may be out there in the world, on the lovely chart that is Ours. Have you heard? There's this site called OurChart?
Carly and I couldn't really watch the Marina-Jenny love connection part, because the camera work they do to show Jenny and Marina's instant attraction to each other is absolutely unbearable every time. Remember that? I do. I probs still thought Bette and Dana were the same person, but I remember this unbearable interlude.
Also, does anyone wanna know my answer to Marina's "singular romantic compatability question" -- which, despite it's alleged absolute and historic implications, she doesn't know how to phrase it when she asks it [she changes her mind from "favorite" to "most influential life-altering"]? Okay, I can't pick just one, but it might include: "New and Selected Poems" (Stephen Dunn), "Bad Behavior" (Mary Gaitskill), "Where I'm Calling From" (Raymond Carver) and "Like Life" (Lorrie Moore). Anyhow.
You know what this whole thingie reminds me of? Besides how cute Alice is ("I'll just leave you two alone to get married." Aw, dreaming of a world where that might even be legal.)?
Knees and Totes
Head Shoulders Knees and Totes
Knees and Totes
Eyes Ears Mouth and Nose
Head Shoulders Knees and Toes
Knees and TOTES!
The Pick-Up: She just gets right to it. I like that in a woman. Well, Jenny says "I'm just waiting for the washroom," in that singsongy voice she does. The "I'm just getting some toast" voice.
Hot or Not?: I love this scene. Carly doesn't. But I really do. You see Jenny feel it and give in and then you see her break away, you can sense that RUSH you're certain must be taking her over right now. I think that's a big part of what makes this scene so hot, and so oft-captured -- we've been there, we know. The moment when you realise that all that shit about feeling chills through your bones and adrenaline rushes and all that was true, it's really true, it really happens, there's something out there far more tingly than what you've already got going on.
But didn't Jenny have to pee or something? This gets me every time, so confused. Is she just gonna hold it now? Is Marina gonna pee?
Another memory from Carly: "Another thing I learned while watching the pilot again the other night was that I never identified with or liked Jenny and her storyline, and I don't think any of my friends ever did either. But apparently lots of people did like Jenny and were really compelled by her storyline. I had no idea this was actually possible, so that was shocking. Also I'm glad Shane started dressing better after the pilot. But Alice? Oh Alice. Alice was always the best thing about this show.
At least we still have Alice."
You Can't Hide Your Lyin' Eyes
We flash back to the party for a truly invigorating Kit-Bette scene, then return to Chez Het for another sex scene between Tim and Jenny. This is getting slightly out of hand, all this het sex in the gay show. Tim's hot though, so ...
Shane for Hanes
Sidenote: if I had to guess what "the new male" REALLY is? I'd say: SHANE. Also, HELLO Shane's tits in the wifebeater -- even though those leather pants are reprehensible, I miss the time when wardrobe on this show was less a designer showcase and more of an actual reflection of character. Shane could never pull this off in real life, trust me, I know from experience. One does not reveal nipples in life like that. I love teevee. OW!
(They Can't Get No) Satisfaction
There's Beauty in the Breakdown
Does This Count as a Lesbian Sexy Moment?
Spinning Teacher: "Why are you here? To gossip with your friends or to change your body? What do you wanna get out of the next 40 minutes?"Every scene that Dana is in becomes a good scene. It's like, The Rule of Dana. Also, did anyone else wonder why the frack Dana is in spinning class? I mean, doesn't she get enough workout in her JOB as a professional ATHLETE? Like, wtf? It's like taking Haviland to karaoke.
Dana: "A look at your spectacular tits would be nice."
Tina: "So, go for it."
Dana: "No, besides she's straight."
Tina: "How do you know?"
Dana: "Because I'm so attracted to her. Every time I'm attracted to somebody, she's either unavailable or straight."
Spinning Teacher: "DANA!"
Lookin' for a Loooveeee Sandwich
The girls quickly regret inviting Jenny to their table, as she rambles on about her writing workshop. The expressions on everyone's faces are priceless, but most of all, Shane's. It's like, Really Jenny, Really?:
Shane's Thinking: "I wonder if she'd shut up if I stuck my fist inside her."
Be Our Guest, Be Our Guest, Put Your Sperm To Our Test
Jean-Paul: "To have a baby there is no other way."Oh, those European men with their accents and their penises. [?!?!???]
Tina: "That's just not an option for us."
Jean-Paul: "But for me it is the only option. An obligation. I cannot bring a baby into this world who was not conceived through the passionate MMMM MMM between a man and a woman. The penis, the pussy, the baby."
What Does Ilene Have That We Don't Have? A Development Contract.
I'd like to re-define nipple confidence as being "the confidence to wear a wifebeater without a bra that fully shows your nipples at all times." Anyhow I had to mute this scene, it's unbearable.
But also, re: 'best nipples in West Hollywood'? I hesitate to ever whip out this highly offensive/problematic phrase but -- one of the differences between dating men and dating women is what exactly you reveal to your female friends about your partner's sexual attributes or deficiencies. Actually, I feel like I tell my straight girlfriends more about the sex I have with other women than I do to my gay girlfriends, but I've also never qualified any woman as "bad in bed," ever, whereas I've branded many men as "bad in bed." Maybe I feel that gay sex is more about chemistry than "skill," and there's a certain basic skillset that all men could learn to perform straight sex well, it's not that complicated. If I don't have chemistry with a guy, so be it, I won't say he's bad in bed, but if he's like, a lumberjack fucker or cums in 10 seconds or something ... I mean, c'mon.
I guess it's a respect thing, maybe, like you wouldn't tell all your friends that some girl had saggy boobs or something in the same way that you'd tell your girlfriends some dude had a two-incher. I don't feel comfortable criticising other women's bodies. Hm. Maybe that's because I like the way most women look naked, unlike men. Ha. Maybe it's insecurity, like they'll bounce back atcha with "Well, your ass is flabbier than fig pudding!" or something. I don't know what the kids say these days. I'm out of the loop, I'm not cool, there are mosquitos in my room.
Jenny makes her way through the party. A girl says hi to her and she says "no thank you." I find this all incredibly endearing, am I retarded? I like Jenny right now -- I mean, she's like, all the worst parts of ME.
Like Whole Foods, But Bi-Curious. Bi-Curious Foods.
This Is What the Ladies Call Naked Torso Confidence
you and everyone, dear. Jenny takes the fifth and when Tim asks if Marina is gay, she says she has no idea. Nice, Jenny, nice.
Jenny: What are you doing here?
Marina: The same thing you're doing here, I'd imagine.
Jenny: Well, I'm finding it very distracting.
Marina: Do you?
Jenny: I'd like to see you again.
[Marina pulls her in, she pushes Marina away, goes "stop it," and then "I have to go," and then dashes out.]
Lesbian Squabble #2: Sometimes it Seems Like Love is Just a Fancy Word for Compromise
Content: This is really a culmination of some minor squabbles which've now built to a point that can no longer be ignored by me, the squabble-counter. It began at the "Planet,' when Bette was sharing a laugh about the "pussy the penis" guy, continued with that gym convo, and reaches boiling point right now: Bette marches into therapy late and proceeds to play out all their problems right in front of the therapist. He's probs really super excited about this, like how anthropologists feel when they get to see monkeys have wild monkey sex. Bette says she's found the perfect donor. The whole situation has been micromanaged. Tina's protecting her belly from sperm belonging to people she's never met, look at the photo.
The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls Getting Sperm From a Dude
Are You Alright I Can Stand Up Straight Are You Alright I Can't Get You Off My Mind
Wouldn't it Be Cool if Tim did the audiobook for 'Lez Girls'?
Tim tells Jenny that she scares him sometimes. "I see you going right to that edge and I think I've lost you and then you come back --- and I know why you have to disappear on me like that. I am so fucking proud to have you in my life." She repeats that to him. Sometimes ... I feel like that's what you do when you don't really mean it, but you think they should mean it. You just mirror. And -- exactly.
I Just Want Back Into Your Head
He's wearing a Free City shirt!
Sidenote: How the hell did Marina become the manager of The Godforsaken Planet? That doesn't seem like her character's gig. She's like, -- I don't know what she is. She should be a voiceover artist. There could be a new character on "The Simpsons" who preys on Lisa, trying to get her to go gay.
Bette has an idea -- bang that dude. They're gonna go bang him. Awesome.
Back at the gay bar, the girls survey the ladies. How is no one recognising Dana? I thought she was totes famous, why doesn't she worry about being caught at the gay bar? I don't get it, I think she has some problems with her strategy, obvs this is before Go NYC mag developed their party patrol photographers. Also I remember agreeing with people when i read that this show didn't represent "actual lesbians" in terms of appearance -- I mean obvs everyone on teevee is more attractive than in real life, but that this was totally inaccurate and unrealistic and impossible, but it's actually exactly how my gay friends look, and their friends, and etc. Seriously. I mean as much as 90210 looked like my straight friends, kinda, if that makes sense. Same idea, just slightly better looking on teevee, but really, not that much better looking necessarily. My friends are ALL HOT.
She's Crispier than a Crisp Factory
OMG this episode is so long. I swear, the seconds are longer than seconds are in normal life. How much more time do I have left. Oh wow. Oh, there are some lesbian cherries to pop, movin' on with the show ...
Lesbian Sexy Moment #5: Like a Lesbian Virgin WHOO Touched for the Very First Time
The Pick-Up: Um? Probs like, "goodbye to clocks ticking ..."
Hot or Not? I don't like Marina. I don't find myself that attracted to Jenny either. Soooo ... maybe it's just been too long since I've seen Lozo, but I think this scene is pretty hot. I mean, there are two naked chicks making out on a bed, and it's against the rules 'cause Jenny got herself a boy-friend, and so, yeah, hot yeah. I mean, you see thrusting, you see naked thighs, you see clothing removed, you see Jenny cum and then CRY, who could ask for anything more?
Let's get right to the only way they could figure out how to get a threesome in the show ... this scene is kinda creepy, isn't it? I mean, Bettina must feel kinda weird, having been monogamous for so long? I would. But it would also make me remember probs how much I miss my lovely wife-ish thing Bette, alone.
Lesbian Sexy Moment #6: If You Want to Dance and If She Wants to Lead
I'll Go Out of My Way, I'll Do Anything, Because Your Love Is All I Need
Hot or Not? It's so funny when he pulls out the condom and Bettina are like whaaaa? That's very clever. You know, I feel like my weakness as a recapper is that I seem to be evaluating the quality of the show rather than really going over the story, humoring it and engaging with it. I evaluate the creators/writers, really, not the show. Do you know what I mean? Like, is this well done, what is the quality, etc. Anyhow.
Hot Or Not? Not.
And You Say She's Just a Friend, and You Say She's Just A Friend
Dana: "So you wanna come to my place?"Here's Carly: "When watching the pilot the other night, I was taken back to a better time, when we were all younger and more naive and had Dana Fairbanks in our lives. How foolish we were then. I remember loving/hating this show almost instantly, although more of the hate piled on as time went on. I mean, all but one of the sex scenes in the pilot is a straight sex scene! Way to have "no limits," Showtime."
[Dana looks at Alice. Alice looks at Dana. Alice realises that Dana thinks she meant something by it--]
Alice: "Oh, please, I am not that desperate."
Dana: "Fuck you Alice, neither am I."
Alice: "Dana -- I'm just -- I'm just -- I don't wanna be one of those people who sleeps with their friends."
[Yes, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.]
Dana: "Neither do I."
Alice: "Right, okay then, lets not have sex."
Dana: "Never. Never ever."
Camera One/Camera Two, Camera One/Camera Two
The Way You Make Your Bed, Will It Help You Sleep at Night
OMG YOU GUYS THIS IS THE BIRTH OF OUR CHART!!!! OMG IT IS THE BIRTH OF OURCHART. ALSO, ALICE IS TOTALLY SMOKING WEED.
Hey! Hey! You! You! I Slept With Your Girlfriend!
She said "how many people would it take to link you and me?" I wish the answer to this question with most of my friends wasn't "zero." No wait I wish the answer between Alice and Dana wasn't "zero." I'm trying to think of any friends I have for whom the answer is greater than 0-2. Still thinking. Hm. Okay, I give up. Moving on.
Our Chart v1.0
Creep Up and Tell Me That You
You love me more each time you
look into my eyes I feel like
Hot or Not?: Bette and Tina are kissing, tongues darting eager, and then they're naked, and breasts are groped, and they are naked, and fucking and they look at each other and it's like, you can kinda see everything, like maybe Laurel Hollaman is even like showing us the character of "Tina" and they are like totes committed, you know, no way around it, and Tina says 'I'm so lucky to have you ..."
And then they both have orgasms, which is HOT.
I don't know why this had to happen, but it did, and we might as well confront it, no point in ignoring the elephant who died to be made into fabric and then uncomfortably placed in the room ...
What Will Bring Me Home? What Will Make Me Stay?
Damien Rice's "Cannonball" begins. This song breaks my heart into pieces. Also, so does this, which is what Jenny got even though she ordered an omlette:
Lesbian Sexy Moments: 7
Lesbian Squabbles: 2
Quote of the Week: hmm. Something that Alice said, fo'sho. Input?