You’ll learn more about Coolest Cucumber Vero Sanchez in this 1,900-word interview than you did in two months’ worth of The Real L Word, and to be honest, we’re ok with that.
This week on “The Real L Word,” everybody got married to dolphins!
This week on The Real L Word, some people fell in love and some people yelled at each other and some people can be content playing bingo and paying rent!
This week on The Real L Word, Romi and Dusty reunited, Whitney and Sara visited Connecticut, Amanda went to a dinner party in New York with Kiyomi and Somer couldn’t make it! Hijinks ensue!
This week on The Real L Word, everybody is still at Dinah Shore playing golf, making out with each other or talking shit about each other or catching feelings. Who killed Rosie Larsen? This episode won’t answer that question.
There’s something about Lamanda.
This week on The Real L Word, everybody went to Dinah Shore and talked about each other to each other!
This week on “The Real L Word,” various lesbians sat at tables and talked to each other!
“Get ready to do meta-reality somersaults about sci fi, chihuahua tossing, and Russian literature.”
This week on The Real L Word, everyone fought about stupid shit and something terrible happened and there was a lot of crying.
This week on The Real L Word, I took a long nap, Kiyomi drank too much, Whitney popped the question and Amanda inhaled toxic paint fumes.
This season on The Real L Word, everyone is happy and everything hurts!
Just in case you weren’t already planning on it.
Estie is the new Sah-Dah.
Let’s go “behind the scenes” of The Real L Word in a new trailer video! Also, some related reading.
The good news is that the same voiceover artist who did the “Who Killed Jenny” promos is still employed by Showtime.
This is where I’d tell you exciting things about the teaser and cast for Season 3 of The Real L Word, if there were any. I had frozen pizza for lunch!
Are you comfortable with nudity and crying on camera? This opportunity has your name written all over it in lipstick, just like how there was lipstick on Romi’s mirror in the opening credits.
New York City, here we come!