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The Class Episode: "The Class Springs a Leak"

Season 1, Episode 17
Episode Synopsis: Nicole is stunned that Duncan and Richie are finished working on the house, and she suddenly realizes how much she'll miss seeing them every day. Meanwhile, Ethan decides to dump Palmer, but backs out at the last minute. Palmer: Jaime King.
Original Air Date: Feb 19, 2007
Guest Cast Trent Ford: Benjamin Dennis Satterfield: Reporter Jaime King: Palmer
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Season 1, Episode 17
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Length: 21:40
Aired: 2/19/2007
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February 19, 2007: The L Word Season 1, Episode 17

Alright, alright. I hear you loud and clear. You're saying, "Dave, you better not say this episode sucks, too, because then I'll know you're nuts." Well, you are right about that. I'd be crazy not to like this. It was sweet. It was funny. It was unrequited love finally coming together. What's not to like about that? Now, from what I understand, this was the episode everyone saw via the table read. I never watched that for some reason. I really have no idea why, either. You all recommended I view it, but I never got around to it. I'm very curious to see your opinion of this episode if you did take the time to watch the run-through. I thought it was very funny and, most importantly, it's finally out: Duncan and Nicole love each other! I'll admit it, sometimes I can be a heartless idiot. I like to find humor in all situations and, really, other people's problems can be very funny. But I felt really sorry for Nicole. Whether she married Yonk simply for his money is irrelevant. She deserves to at least be called by her own name, not the name of his second wife. And then to say that he'll remember to call his next wife Nicole and that the crippled busboy peeing himself was the best thing on their honeymoon - I just wanted to hug her. Don't ask me why all of a sudden I'm having a heart; I just am. So it was great to hear both her and Duncan come out and say they love each other. Now, let's hope Nicole follows through with leaving Yonk. She says she's going to do it, but you know it can't be that easy, right? And then, there's the supposed end of Ethan and Palmer. I'm all for that breakup, though I'm sure giving up all that sex has to weigh heavily on Ethan's mind now. I'll be looking on the newsstand for that Philadelphia Magazine with the sunbathing dried fruits, but other than that, I hope Palmer shrivels away under the sun with the food. But you know it can't be that easy, right? Before I let you discuss this further, here's a couple more observations: Now that Kat has a boyfriend (whom she has been dating for a while now and still addresses him as "violin dude"), her look seems to be progressing with each episode. The dark Kat has now been replaced by a sexy, more sophisticated look. Well, OK, the dark look was pretty hot too, but my point is that she's changing. And I guess that's a natural progression now that she's happy, instead of the grouch she used to be. She's even giving hugs now. Finally, the article about Yonk got printed with "Eileen" as his wife's name? I don't care how many times he said it; Nicole made it very clear that that wasn't her name. That reporter really needs to do a little more fact checking before running a story. Man, that makes us super-duper accurate media personalities look awfully bad now. Until next week, friends. show less
Alright, alright. I hear you loud and clear. You're saying, "Dave, you better not say this episode sucks, too, because then I'll know you're nuts." Well, you are right about that. I'd be crazy not to like this. It was sweet. It was funny. It was unrequited love finally coming together. What's not to like about that? Now, from what I understand, this was the episode everyone saw via the table read. I never watched that for some reason. I really have no idea why, either. You all recommended I view it, but I never got around to it. I'm very curious to see your opinion of this episode if you did take the time to watch the run-through. I thought it was very funny and, most importantly, it's finally out: Duncan and Nicole love each other! I'll admit it, sometimes I can be a heartless idiot. I like to find humor in all situations and, really, other people's problems can be very funny. But I felt really sorry for Nicole. Whether she married Yonk simply for his money is irrelevant. She deser... read more

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Premiered: September 18, 2006, on CBS
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