Jesús skateboards around his own imagination while he’s in a coma; yet, somehow, Callie still has the worst luck!
The Fosters and all their friends and lovers go to the hospital. The least dramatic thing that happens is Jesús getting his head drilled open.
Stef and Lena celebrate the fourth year of their first year anniversary.
Welcome back, Stef and Lena, my perfect angel babies.
Plus Marjorie and Catehrine are the only people who come out on top of Veep, The Fosters subdues its active shooter, and let’s finally talk about the Orphan Black finale!
Is Game of Thrones going there with Yara and Daenerys? Seems like maybe! Waverly and Haught make out twice on Wynonna Earp. Catherine and Marjorie’s story takes center stage on Veep. And Audrey gets A-ed on Scream.
The Lexa Pledge will make sure Lexa didn’t die in vain, Steven Universe’s gayest episode is getting its own book, The Fosters is on Netflix now, Gillian Anderson wants to talk to you about her bisexuality, and so much more pop culture news!
It’s the season three finale and Stef’s breast cancer didn’t kill her at all! Not even a little bit!
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.
A lesbian predator storyline, The Fosters? Really?
Stef had her surgery and she’s doing just fine!
Stef and Lena go skinny dipping and follow it up with a little bit of scissoring.
Stef and Lena keep not telling their kids that Stef has cancer.
Stef’s not dying of her cancer. Yet.
Monty apologizes to Stef and Lena about the Great Kissing Debacle of 2015, so Stef decides to let her live.
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
Alana gets one step closer to getting murdered on Hannibal, Stef and Lena are finally okay on The Fosters, Caitlyn deals with the family fall out of her Vanity Fair interview on I Am Cait, and more queer TV you may have missed!
Brenna kisses her best friend on Chasing Life, Audrey gets interrogated on Scream, Gretchen continues to be a superhero on Complications, and I Am Cait really is great.
Stef and Lena finally decide to go to therapy on The Fosters, Gretchen kicks another guy in the nuts on Complications, and a lesbian bites it on Scream.
Scream is super queer, Complications keeps surprising me (in a good way), and Vee returns to The Fosters.