The L Word

The lives of a group of lesbian friends in L.A. make for a sexy and stylish cable drama that tackles provocative issues (such as gender confusion, prejudice and gay parenting) with wit and grace, though with an occasional tendency to resolve story arcs a bit too neatly.

Season 4, Episode 7 Lesson Number One

First Aired: February 18, 2007

Hollywood producers express interest in Jenny's story about her friends; Helena finds a way out of her poker debt; Alice's new girlfriend has troubling flashbacks to the war in Iraq; Phyllis is consoled by Bette and her new girlfriend; Paige and Shane address a grade-school class about intolerance.

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