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cover: L Word, The: 2nd Season - d1/4

L Word, The: 2nd Season - d1/4

Director(s): various

Theatrical Release: 2005

Cast: Jennifer Beals, Mia Kirshner, Pam Grier, Sarah Sashi, Eric Mabius, Laurel Holloman

Genre(s): TV, Comedy, Drama, Gay+Lesbian+Transgendered

Countries: USA

Location in store: Please see staff for assistance

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Ant Rating
Running Time: 223m.


Life, Loss, Leaving (Director: Ilene Chaiken)

Lap Dance (Director: Lynne Stopkewich)

Loneliest Number (Director: Rose Troche)

Lynch Pin (Director: Lisa Cholodenko)

Season Two of Showtime's lesbian-oriented seriocomedy series The L-Word finds the formerly blissful relationship between control-freak Bette (Jennifer Beals) and supplicative Tina (Laurel Holloman) sorely strained by Bette's infidelity and Tina's dark secret. Having come out of the closet, Jenny (Mia Kirschner) splits with her husband Tiim (Eric Mabius). Wisecracking Alice (Leisha Hailey) and hyper-defensive Dana (Erin Daniels) try to hide their romance from their tongue-clucking friends. And the footloose Shane (Katherine Moennig) gets serious with seductive deejay Carmen (Sarah Sashi). In other developments, Bette's straight half-sister Kit (Pam Grier) opens up her own nightclub, "The Planet", and urges Bette to mend fends with their father Melvin (Emmy nominee Ossie Davis), who is dying. Pregnant via artificial insemination, Tina continues to grow disenchanted with her relationship with Bette and begins seeing Tonya (Meredith McGeachie). Jenny enters into an affair with Carmen, thereby breaking Shane's hitherto unbreakable heart. And a number of suprises are in store for certain of the characters as the 2005 Gay Pride Festival. The season ends with a funeral, Tina's painful labor throes, and various piquant moments of truth for Bette, Jenny and Alice. (