This week on Faking It, everybody has a great time at Game Night and Karma gets very jealous about the new girl in town!
This week on “Faking It,” everybody goes to a haunted hook-up party and it turns out Amy isn’t the only lady-loving lady in Hester High. Also, the mid-season trailer teases some girl-on-girl action.
This week on Faking It, everybody goes to SwingFest but it’s not the kind of SwingFest Karma’s parents thought it would be! HEY-O!
This week on “Faking It,” Shane dyes his hair blue for a minute, there’s a new trans character, Amy wants Lauren to star in a documentary about being intersex, Felix comes back and I made you a really neat chart.
This week on Faking It, everybody reads Amy’s diary and you’re probably going to end up in compost detention.
It’s the season three finale and Stef’s breast cancer didn’t kill her at all! Not even a little bit!
This week on Faking It, Zita throws a “Surprise Bar Mitzvah” but nobody gets me a gift basket and Karma and Amy debate the pros and cons of squashing this thing and reuniting as “best friends” forever.
Welcome back to “Faking It,” a show in which Amy definitely doesn’t have feelings for Karma anymore at all, definitely not.
In one of the best-ever episodes of The Fosters, Stef conquers her fear of the word “butch” and learns to love her whole self.
Monty tells Lena she didn’t prey on a female student, while the female student continues to insist that she did.
It’s been way too long since a building came to life to murder the Liars.
A lesbian predator storyline, The Fosters? Really?
The Liars all have grand epiphanies about love, except for Emily who runs around in the woods for an hour trying not to get run under (again).
Stef had her surgery and she’s doing just fine!
Professor Plum in the courtyard with a hollow piece of metal with a rectangle piece at the end.
Stef and Lena go skinny dipping and follow it up with a little bit of scissoring.
An emoji steals Emily’s ovaries.
Stef and Lena keep not telling their kids that Stef has cancer.
Emily almost gets some action but then discovers the girl she’s wooing doesn’t have a TV and calls the whole thing off.
Stef’s not dying of her cancer. Yet.