Hey unicorns, have you spent the past six weeks anxiously awaiting the next installment of everyone’s favorite lesbian webseries? Duh, of course you have. Episode 202, “Awkward/Awesome”, was funny and sexy and perfect, but it left us with so many questions! We need to know if Harmony and Bambi are rising in love together, if poor Miguel has finally convinced J to take a shower, and if
Sarah Croce and Ashley Reed I mean Keesha and Vic can continue to outdo themselves every fucking episode with the best lesbromance the world has ever seen. These are Serious Questions, ya know? Today is a day for Serious Answers. (Or not — you’ve gotta watch the episode to find out!)
Okay, everyone scissor-bump in anticipation. Are we ready?! I feel ready. FYI, this episode is gonna teach you that flexibility is essential and that’s true, so feel free to stretch while you watch. Personally I’m in child’s pose right now but I think Harmony would be impressed with any yoga position you can muster up. So take a deep breath and get ready to get horny with Episode 203. Om.
UNICORN PLAN-IT is a tight little comedy best described as Modern Family meets The Office meets “a bunch of hot lesbians in Los Angeles.” Has anyone made a real comedy about that last one?
Three co-workers, one crazy boss and one enlightened fairy-tale-haired spiritual healer face the slings and arrows of everyday life as event planners and ladylovers.
This show is written, directed, produced and edited by Real Lesbian Females who want to make you laugh, make you proud of who you are and generally make your life better in every way. Who are these females?
The fantastic cast includes Haviland Stillwell (TV/Broadway Actress, recording artist, voice of Raquelle on Barbie: Life In The Dreamhouse), Ashley Reed (screenwriter/producer, playwright, once recorded a song for you), Sarah Croce (Actress, Miss April, Girl Talk, Fake-Whitney), comedian Sherri D. Sutton, and actors Amir Levi and Catherine Wadkins.
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