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VIDEO: The L Word: Livin' La Vida Loca

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Aired: 1/14/2007

Bette adjusts to her new job in academia for a formidable new boss, Phyllis (Cybill Shepherd). Jenny lets her guard down with Stacey, a journalist from Curve Magazine, who writes a scathing review of her book. watch

VIDEO: Livin' La Vida Loca

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Length: 56:09
Aired: 1/14/2007

In episode 402, Bette adjusts to her new job in academia for a formidable new boss (Cybill Shepherd); Jenny's book receives a scathing review; Tina must fire Helena from the studio, leaving her nowhere to go but accept a roommate offer from Alice. watch

VIDEO: The L Word: Livin' La Vida Loca

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Length: 55:59
Aired: 1/14/2007

Season 4. Bette adjusts to her new job in academia for a formidable new boss (Cybill Shepherd); Jenny's book receives a scathing review; Tina must fire Helena from the studio, leaving her nowhere to go but accept a roommate offer from Alice. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2007 The 4400: The Wrath of Graham
Season 4, Episode 1
Episode, Actor - Cassie Dunleavy
2007 The 4400: Try the Pie
Season 4, Episode 5
Episode, Actor - Cassie Dunleavy
2001 Rat Race Movie, Actor - Pierced Girl
2001 Skate: Workin' It
Season 1, Episode 8
Episode, Actor - Chris
2000 Just Deal: Washed Up
Season 1, Episode 12
Episode, Actor - Molly

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"One of Us"

Holy flurking shnit. Best part of this truly stellar episode? It had to be Richard’s line about his daughter not being a moody toddler (“Oh, Isabelle’s had her moments”). It looks like she’ll be having more of those types of moments in the future, considering “Tom” wants her to get her powers back, but at this point, that should almost be the least of everyone’s worries.Not only did we find out that Tom is in fact one of the Marked, we now know that he’s got Matthew Ross’s old personality. Oh, he’s also got Isabelle locked up in Kyle’s old room, he shot poor Richard and Cora with enough tranquilizer darts to take down a rhino, and his Marked personality is responsible for Isabelle — who, by the way, is an adult again — coming into being in the first place. OK, this new Tom is a total jerk, but it’s great to see Joel Gretsch stretch his acting muscles a little bit and play someone completely different. On the ... read more

July 1, 2007: Maybe Everything That Dies Someday Comes Back

When Jordan said, “We’re not the enemy, we’re salvation,” do you think he was including Isabelle? That last scene certainly set up some big questions for the show. If, as Cassie kept insisting, that was where it all starts, are we really not out of the woods with Ms. Tyler yet? I can’t believe she’ll manage to elude the law for too long after the police find the van that transported her wrecked. Call me a dope, but somehow I think she’ll regain her powers and then she’ll be — dun dun dun — back with a vengeance. Actually, I found myself wondering before her escape whether that whole future crisis had been averted at the end of last season, and if so, where was the show going to go? Those crazy Promicin-puffing producers must have been reading my mind.Audrey Parker’s story seemed so familiar (it was like a certain Star Trek: Enterprise episode crossed with that Michael Keaton movie about ghosts), but it was nevertheless engaging.... read more

June 24, 2007: It's a Death Trap, It's a Suicide Rap

“I forgot how much I liked this.” Shawn, you are wise. We’re only two episodes in and this season is so dark that it’s nice to see someone doing something good with his ability. I’m hoping that these first couple of shows were just setting up something big for the rest of the season, because in comparison to the first couple of episodes last year, both the stories and the characters, though grander in scale, are much less dynamic. What can I say? Cassie Dunleavy is no Isabelle Tyler.Speaking of Isabelle, Megalyn Echikunwoke is somehow doing much more with the denuded character than she ever did as the personification of evil, so brava to her. Her reaction to finding out that Promicin would kill her was so heartbreaking and understated (and quick) that I almost wished she were once again the main focus.Things are going only slightly better for her former fiancé. His cousin has taken the drug, his brother, once rabidly anti-4400, wants to, and he himself ... read more

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