Alice Preps For Seven-Minute Sex In New “L Word: Generation Q” Trailer

Wow, bet you didn’t know this Monday was gonna bring you a new trailer for “The L Word: Generation Q” in which Shane might still want to f*ck Alice’s Mom, Tess (Jamie Clayton) gives Shane a big hug in what appears to be the interior of a bar-ish-situation (perhaps it is “Dana’s,” where Shane / Alice / Bette are spotted posing for a selfie in the trailer), Finley (Jacqueline Toboni) plays the entire field available in a small bar, Alice (Leisha Hailey) and Nat (Stephanie Allyne) get in a quickie, Dani (Arienne Mandi)’s Dad does NOT give his blessing and Angie (Jordan Hull) and Jordi (Sophie Giannamore) dance in Jordi’s car. All that and so much more in this new video!

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  1. There was another trailer posted a couple of days ago. I listened to the podcast that was about the first trailer that aired in August and one of you, I think it was Carly, mentioned that mostly white women spoke in that trailer. And then with the trailer that came out a few days ago, I think that all or most of the dialogue was by the characters of color.

    Anyway, about this trailer:
    I actually believe Finley when she said that she introduced herself to all of those women because she’s really friendly because 1. She very friendly and introduced herself to Micah’s new neighbor 2. We know that she isn’t from LA and that she’s from a Christian background, so maybe she was just raised to be very friendly. It might not have even occurred to her that talking to a bunch of people might be perceived as playing the field.
    But I don’t know.
    Did you guys notice how many brunettes with long hair are in this show? In the first few trailers I thought that Sophie, Alice, and Finely were all sleeping with the same woman because I saw so many flashes of long brown hair.

  2. I’m obviously excited because nostalgia but I feel like they’re trying too hard to be funny. The L Word had its funny moments but it wasn’t primarily funny. My impression from the trailer is too much of that typically American trying-too-hard-thinking-you’re-so-cool kinda humour.

    Am I still gonna watch every single episode? You bet I will.

  3. I gotta say, if you wanna have sex in six minutes, you should not spend the first 4.5 minutes unbuttoning all the buttons in both of your dresses which are both buttoned all the way to the chin. Just my humble opinions on quickies and buttons.

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