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Dana is stunned when she learns a big secret about her brother, Howie, at Gay Pride 2005. Mark tries to make amends with Jenny and Shane, Kit and Bette learn that their father, Melvin, is refusing treatment for his illness, and a shocking memory about Jenny's childhood is revealed.
The episode was rated from 68 votes.
A surprise guest shows up at a sad event as Bette gets stunning news about her job. Tina goes into a surprisingly difficult labor, Jenny finally reaches breaking point over her painful childhood memory, Alice struggles with her jealousy, and Peggy Peabody lays down the laws with her daughter, Helena.
The episode was rated from 77 votes.
The two Peabody ladies return to L.A. and Helena makes a tempting offer to lover Cindi. While Tasha has trouble fitting in in her new job, Alice has a fun day out with fashion designer Clea Mason. Bette gives a speech in honor of Jodi at the opening of her latest exhibition, but she is shocked by Jodi's new media installation. Phyllis demands Shane not to ruin her daughter's future. Finally, at the wrap-up party for Lez Girls, Jenny thanks the girls for their loyalty and friendship but is about to get a nasty surprise.
The episode was rated from 52 votes.
The girls attend the Subaru Pink Ride to support breast cancer research. Tina is furious for Niki blowing her cover with Jenny but Adele assures her the two won't be seen together publicly. Meeting old friends prompts Tasha to ponder her long-term plans in life. A campfire game of "I never" turns into a discussion on cheating -- with devastating results.
The episode was rated from 58 votes.
Jenny gets jealous on the set when a love scene between Niki and her on-screen boyfriend looks too realistic. Dawn Denbo invites the girls to a mafia-themed night to settle the dispute between The Planet and SheBar. Meanwhile, Bette and Tina decide to go see a couples counselor when they're interrupted by a rolling blackout due to a heat wave.
The episode was rated from 55 votes.
As the "Provocations" opening approaches, Bette struggles with a temptation. After some sad news, Dana turns to Tonya, leaving Alice unhappy. Shane tries to let Clea down gently but it backfires in her face.The episode was rated from 75 votes.
When Alice runs into her ex, she is surprised to find out that she is now dating Dana's ex-girlfriend. Bette and Tina reach an agreement over their relationship, Jenny is worried that she may have lost a writing job, and Shane finds some comfort in a church.The episode was rated from 72 votes.
Tina and Jenny squabble over casting the lead role in Lez Girls. An incident at Alice's place triggers a change in Captain Beech's view on Tasha's defense. Being celibate takes its toll on Shane and she reaches a breaking point. Alice encourages Tasha to go with her to a "Secret Love" party for closeted gays and lesbians. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang attends the opening of the city's hottest new lesbian club, SheBar.The episode was rated from 69 votes.
Jenny's boss's daughter is getting married and Shane gets a gig as the hair stylist at her wedding. Kit and Max spot a young girl who's obsessed with Jenny's work and hook her up with her dream job. Alice and Tasha go on a double-date with Bette and Jodi. Meanwhile in prison, Helena is rescued by her cell mate.The episode was rated from 54 votes.
The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center dance marathon is on; someone is moving to the Big Apple; rumors fly fast around the dance floor that Alice and Tasha may be in couple trouble; The HIT!’s Sunset Blvd makes a shocking revelation to Kit; and there’s a no-show at the bus station.The episode was rated from 56 votes.
Last updated: jul 18, 2021
AHHHH LEGIT had to resuscitate my gay heart back to life when I heard this show is getting a reboot. I'm so happy <3 Rooting for Sharmen to make a comeback. like please.
I'm so late to the party. I'm glad though. I think I enjoyed it more, now, in 2020 than I would have when it first came out. I think out of all of them, I miss Jenny and Dana the most. To me, Jenny will always be that girl from season 1.
Progressive and great, but sometimes overly-progressive, meaning that the didactic nature of the series sometimes interfered with the story-telling. And some of the storylines were of course better, or more sophisticated, than others.
Lately, it is the LGBT dimension that keeps TV viewers hooked. The intensity of emotions, the drama, and the fact that every show presents some unique and new dimensions is what makes it super interesting.
The relationships can be so delicate, and equally strong. The intense relationship of Rue and Jules from HBO’s Euphoria keeps you engaged while a teen romance shapes up. If you want to add a little magic to your watch list, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina can be on your weekend watch list, or The Order with some wolfish romance by Netflix can portray few other dimensions.
Understanding the perspectives may seem overwhelming or complicated at times. Well, it is not always tears and cries. Watch Feel Good and laugh on May’s innocent jokes or George’s simplicity who has always been in a heterosexual relationship until now. Work in Progress is literally the work in progress. Theo and Abby’s unfinished story demands to be watched now. There can be no better times.
If you are looking for some action and comedy, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Modern Family cannot be ignored. Not only they represent all the fun and love, they also shed light on the challenges and struggles that LGBT community has faced over the years.
Love is not bound by societal conditions as it never was. These TV series are as good to watch right now as they were when they were first released. What is your favorite show? Tell us in the comments!
While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
In times like this, when we’re all trying to stay safe and stay home as much as possible, it is very important to enjoy ourselves and feel relaxed while doing so. Thankfully, we have Netflix to help us out in our quest, but with so many series to choose from, you might spend hours browsing and still not being able to decide! That’s why I made this list to help you out.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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