Word Search: Dana Fairbanks Memorial Tavern

Taking it very easy today with a chill look back at some of our fondest single-word memories from the first two seasons of The L Word: Generation Q, plus some names we’re looking forward to seeing in Season 3.

Let us know which words you wished we’d included! And if you want to request themes for future chill word searches, drop them in the comments!


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42 Comments

  1. can i just say i am extremely excited about the puzzle content happening here

    as for this one, i’m not sure 5:21 is a time to be proud of OR what it says that ‘therapy’ was the last word i found, but i had fun/perhaps the real word search is the portmanteaus we made along the way/thanks for the memories etc etc

    • 04:23!!! My last word was topoff…hope we actually get to witness a few quality topoff this season with GINI (my faves).

  2. I love puzzles! If autostraddle published a book of crosswords and word searches I would buy that in a second

  3. I am notoriously slow / terrible at word searches, so the fact that I finished this in 13 minutes but without any hints is an accomplishment.

  4. Ha! As long as we’re reading into this, the fact that I found therapy easy peasy but struggled with poker and karaoke…hmmm

    Also, agree with all who are loving this content. Would buy puzzle book in an instant.

  5. 8 minutes, which I was proud of until I saw people at nearly half my time. Oh well! But this puzzle was the self-soothing my squirrel brain needed tonight, so I’ll take it.

  6. I remember at some point there was an announcement that Laurel Holloman wasn’t returning to Gen Q and I was so relieved.

    Then she reappeared and I could feel what was going to happen. It’s like when my knee hurts before it’s going to rain.

    I know what’s coming and like any other force of nature I cannot stop it.

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