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The L Word Episode: "Look Out, Here They Come!"

Season 5, Episode 2
Episode Synopsis: Tina's dating woes continue; Shane snags a last-minute job styling hair for a wedding party that leads to a number of erotic brushes; Tasha opens up to Alice and tells her why she didn't ship out to Iraq with her detachment.
Original Air Date: Jan 13, 2008

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Look Out, Here They Come! Season 5, Episode 2

Shane, Shane, Shane. Y'know, I found the whole thing with Shane and the wedding party to be so... surreal. At first, it was obvious that she'd wind up getting together with one of the bridesmaids, and it was funny when she did. But then... it got so out of hand, I started to roll my eyes and become bored with it all. Right. Shane's a player, Shane's got magnetism of epic proportions... whatever. I get it! The scene I liked most was when Shane had a true heart-to-heart with the bride. Now, the question is, when Shane said "You remind me of somebody I used to know," who was she referring to? As I was watching the scene, I had thought in the very beginning of the scene that the bride looked a lot like Dana. Do you think that was to whom Shane was referring, or was it Carmen? I think it was Dana. My favorite scene tonight was Kit's arrival in the prison. Foxy Brown in the house! I loved the scene between her and Helena, as if Kit was helping Helena decipher code. Great comedy, and so subtle. Very well-played out scene. I could tell while Helena was watching Dusty doing her push ups that she was growing less afraid and more intrigued by her. I also didn't realize how absolutely gorgeous Dusty is until she was shown in better light, in the showers. Goddess, her face is beautiful. I am loving the interplay between her and Helena... it's a great balance of vulnerability, comedy and primal chemistry. Hilarious moment of course, when Dusty said, "I never murdered anyone! I'm here for tax fraud!" So Phyllis can't drop off the U-Haul quite yet. "Help me!" Loved Bette's comment, "Break up with her again, Phyllis. With some lesbians, you have to break up more than once." Too funny. Looks like Tina is absolutely still into Bette. I think it's cute when she defends Bette when people speak ill of her, and how she seems to be very flustered when she talks about Bette, or when Bette enters the room. We'll be seeing some developments between those two for sure. I'm glad that Jodi and Bette were more like supporting roles this episode, and still feel like they're all chemistry and no compatibilty. I am with Alice in feeling perplexed and confused by Tasha's complete devotion to the military. What happened to Max's girlfriend? The one that accepted him for who he was, and treated him really well during the final episodes last season? Finally... are you all ready to see the train wreck that is Jenny and her new assistant? I am! Did I miss anything? Your turn! show less
Shane, Shane, Shane. Y'know, I found the whole thing with Shane and the wedding party to be so... surreal. At first, it was obvious that she'd wind up getting together with one of the bridesmaids, and it was funny when she did. But then... it got so out of hand, I started to roll my eyes and become bored with it all. Right. Shane's a player, Shane's got magnetism of epic proportions... whatever. I get it!The scene I liked most was when Shane had a true heart-to-heart with the bride. Now, the question is, when Shane said "You remind me of somebody I used to know," who was she referring to? As I was watching the scene, I had thought in the very beginning of the scene that the bride looked a lot like Dana. Do you think that was to whom Shane was referring, or was it Carmen? I think it was Dana.My favorite scene tonight was Kit's arrival in the prison. Foxy Brown in the house! I loved the scene between her and Helena, as if Kit was helping Helena decipher code. Great comedy, and so subt... read more

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Premiered: January 18, 2004, on Showtime
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