Then you can start reading Kindle books on your … Has an unsuccessful affair with Papi during season 4. Simultaneously dated Nadia while she was dating Alice during season 1. . She was Carmen's first lesbian experience when she was 16. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Dates Andrew, right after dumping "Lisa". The series follows an ensemble cast of friends who live in West Hollywood, California; it featured American television's first ensemble cast depicting homosexual, bisexual and transgender people. The New York Times called the show a "Sapphic Playboy fantasia" that has "shown little interest in variegating portrayals of gay experience. Unsuccessfully attempted to seduce Bette Porter during episode 3.04: Timothy "Tim" Haspel: Straight, portrayed by. In her interrogation tape with Sgt. Her biological father is Marcus Allenwood. Contemporary use of the phrase "the L word" as an alias for lesbian dates to at least the 1981 play My Blue Heaven by Jane Chambers, in which a character stammers out: "You're really...? Therapist of Tina Kennard, Bette Porter, Alice Pieszecki and Tasha Williams. The season is set six months after the birth of Tina and Bette's daughter Angelica. Heather: Character only alluded to during the. Shay McCutcheon: Portrayed by Aidan Jarrar. Mentioned during the, "Ralph" was Dana's first lesbian experience when she was 17. Camera! Has an affair with Tina Kennard during season 2. Moves in with Shane after his mother abandoned him in response to his father's affair.  The season aired from January 6, 2008 to March 23, 2008 and introduces Nikki Stevens, a closeted gay actress who portrays the lead role in Lez Girls. ★ Post anything you want about the L word and have fun! Married and divorced Jenny Schecter during season 1. Lisa: Lesbian-identified Man, portrayed by. Appeared as the dancing cowboy in the Kings of the Night at The Planet. Dr. Wilson was also the doctor of Dana Fairbanks when she was diagnosed with. Stage name of Sunset Boulevard, professional female drag performer/dj who falls in love with Kit Porter. Melanie Caplan: Lesbian, minor character alluded to during season 1 and appearance in season 2. Had an affair with Nick Barashov during her college years. Roommate of Jenny Schecter since season 2. Committed to Tonya during season 1, but later broke up with her in episode 2.06: "Lágrimas de Oro", after cheating on her with Alice for a while. Had an affair with Bette Porter and started all the friction between Bette and Tina during episodes 1.12: Appears in flashbacks of Tasha Williams' tour of duty in Iraq. James: His sexual orientation is unknown, but in the last episode of the second season he appears holding a man in the funeral of Bette's father, portrayed by Preston Cook; minor character with appearances during seasons 1 through 6. Franklin Phillips: Straight, portrayed by Michael Tomlinson; minor character with appearance during seasons 1 and 2. Duffy, she reveals she didn't hide Catherine Rothberg's money. Longing! Has an affair with Dusty while in jail after a fierce. Was girlfriend of Katherine Claymore after graduating from college (mentioned in episode 1.03: During college she had a boyfriend named Gregg, with whom she had a band named. Started relationship with Jordi in "Labels", Kissed Kelly Freemont/Wentworth, her straight college roommate — mentioned during episode. In season 4, Alice launches The Chart as a social networking service. Following the series finale of The L Word, Showtime released a series of seven short videos depicting Bette, Alice, Tina, Nikki Shane being questioned by the police over Jenny's murder. Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2016, Wish there were more books on the sessons, Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2013, this was actually a gift for one of my best friends, and according to her it was one of the best gifts ever, Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2016, Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 27, 2014. (First name revealed in Episode 1.07: Engaged and married to Tim Haspel during season 1. Was hired and then fired as the manager of The Planet in season 3. MGM Worldwide Television distributes the series internationally, and it is syndicated by Logo TV and Netflix. 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