We’re back NOW WITH TRANSCRIPTS for Episode 501, in which Jenny refuses a croissant and Tasha calls to say she can’t talk right now and Jodi hates table cloths.
“Lez Girls” is flying off the shelves and everybody has an opinion about who is a lesbian or not!
In which we spend the day in bed with Alice, Helena, Tasha and Papi!
Calling all low-down lyin’ nanny-f*cking motherf*ckers!
Get your ass into The Ask and Tell Helicopter, it’s time to get schooled about lezzing out!
Raise your hand if you remember Papi’s rules of poker!
Here comes the showdown, what goes around comes around dooo doooo doo
A masterpiece of heterophobia, in screenshots.
The wild ride of Season Four has left the station and these out of context screencaps
Oh my God, you’ve never been on OurChart?
The Season Three finale is BANANAS and we have got Kelley Quinn in the studio to discuss this madness with us.
We’ll be counting down the many lowlights and occasional highlights of The L Word Season Three on our s3 “To L and Back” wrap-up podcast in three weeks and we need you to vote for ’em!
The L Word: Generation Q featured ten jumpsuits in eight episodes of its triumphantly stylish first season. By popular demand, we have produced for you how to get a similar look for your own self.
“The first thing you see Finley in is her Wildfang popsicle underwear. That was an intentional and immediate call out to her character.”
This post attempts to do what so many others have not tried to do, perhaps because ultimately who cares: relay the absolute treachery of a Season 3 L Word episode through out of context screenshots.
Feast your eyes upon the chaotic screencaps of “Latecomer,” which involves Kit recording that song and everybody taking a private jet to a WNBA game. You know the one.
Mal Blum pops in for this particularly hilarious episode of “To L and Back” as we officially begin the part of Season Three that makes us all want to slam our heads into the wall!
The “To L and Back” podcast is plunging RIGHT back in to the sloppy mud of Season Three! This week, comic Jes Tom joins us to discuss “straight” Dylan, strap-on dimensions, cheaters, birds and Sleater-Kinney!
Our TV Team weighs in on what we loved and didn’t love in “The L Word: Generation Q”‘s first season!
The L Word: Generation Q featured 12 new queer characters of color in its first season, but media conversations about the show have largely remained driven by white points of view. So, we set out to change that.